The ELEVATE Jump builds explosive power and develops lower body muscle mass with two primary movements, the squat and the squat jump. Uniquely designed to facilitate plyometric jumping exercises leveraging both linear bodyweight resistance and variable band resistance, this jump exercise machine produces both concentric and eccentric loading of the muscles – allowing users to accelerate and decelerate quickly during a squat jump in a safe, controlled manner.
Able to accommodate all levels of fitness, the ELEVATE Jump supports the spine during traditional squat exercises so that users can comfortably control the descending and ascending phases of a squat or jump, while providing an opportunity for advanced variations including, single-leg squats and staggered stance squats.
Benefits for the individual exerciser:
Training applications and biomechanics:
- Adjustable incline design allows for partial bodyweight squats
- Offers both linear bodyweight resistance and band variable resistance
- Fitness Setting: 50% - 80% of users bodywieght
- Four latex resistance bands allow for an additional 10-70 lbs resistance in 10lb increments
- Steel and aluminum construction provides long-lasting durability
- Pneumatic brake reduces airborne height which reduces landing impact to protect joints
- Mount/Dismount lock ensures users begin exercise from a safe and comfortable position
- Slide Distance Regulator provides ability to adjust range of motion
- Specially designed curved platform follows anatomic curve of hip to foot ratio ensuring proper biomechanics throughout plyometric movements
- Glideboard Range of Motion: 38 in [97 cm]
- In Use: Size: 104" x 33" x 68" [L/W/H] (2.6m x .8m 1.7m)
- Floor Space (area): 22 Square Feet [2.0 Square Meter]
- Maximum user weight capacity of 400 lbs [180 Kg]
- Frame & Rail Construction: Steel with steel reinforced extruded aluminum rails
- Unit Weight: 230 lbs [105 Kg]
- Glideboard: Vinyl Upholstery
- Rollers: Sealed precision ball bearings
Warranties & Shipping
- Commercial Warranty:
- Frame- 5 years
- Moving Parts (rollers) – 1 year
- Upholstery and foam handles – 90 days
- Warranties outside the US may vary. Contact your local authorized distributor for details.
- Shipping weight: 325 lbs (including pallet)
- Shipping Size: 78" x 29" x 22" (including pallet)
Why would my members like this machine?
The ELEVATE Jump is simple and easy to use and accommodates all fitness levels. Its versatility lends itself to be either a self-serve unit on the gym floor or part of a small group training circuit. The ELEVATE Jump supports the spine during a traditional squat exercise so that users can comfortably control the phases of the exercise. Additionally, it improves muscular strength, increases muscular endurance, and stimulates the neuro-muscular system for everyday activities or for enhanced athletic performance. With plyometric squats the explosive power is increased, as is joint flexibility.
How much room does the ELEVATE Jump take up?
You will need an area of 22 square feet to accommodate the Jump Trainer.
What is the user weight capacity?
The ELEVATE Jump will accommodate a maximum user weight of 400 lbs.
Can my gym members use the ELEVATE Jump on their own?
Yes. The ELEVATE Jump features a detailed placard explaining the exercises and how to use the equipment, making the units extremely approachable.
How many exercises can you do on the machine?
There are over 30 basic exercises that can be found here www.totalgym.com/c-15163-jump-trainer.aspx and users can make up their own Jump variations as well.
"The Jump has truly exceeded my clients' expectations. It has joined an exclusive group of choice premium pieces in Metabolic Project that have the "WOW" effect. " - Todd Person, Metabolic Project, Los Angeles, CA
"We at the Fischer Institute see a vast array of clients, from 8 year old athletes to total knee replacement patients, to professional/Olympic athletes. Everyone has loved the “cushy padding“, the smoothness of the unit as well as the ease of using the device. Also the platform gives the therapist/trainer so may options to properly train the athlete. We love it!" - Brett Fischer, Fischer Institute, Phoenix, AZ
"Really like my Jump Trainer - Use it for me and my patients everyday - Age ranges from 7 to 94 - Adjustable for all - really great to see the look on their faces when they jump for the first time in their life or the first time in 70 years. Great for core strength too!" - Jerry Klug, Alabama Physical Rehabilitation
"The Jump Trainer works great and is a quality piece of equipment. Very good back support. Just doing squats, 2 and 1 legged for now. Then it's on to the jumps. Thanks." - Erik Johnson, Total Gym customer and user
"The Jump Trainer is extremely popular here! All different ages and fitness level are utilizing it and we have had very positive feedback about it. The trainers here especially like using it with their clients. It is a great piece. I would say it is equally if not more popular than the Core Trainer." - Michael Marquez, Health and Fitness Director, Toby Wells YMCA, San Diego, CA
"This is perfect for my baseball players. They have to go from completely still to fully explosive. You don't realize how hard you're working until you get off because it feels so comfortable." - Charles Shepard, Body by Nature Fitness, Chicago, IL
"The Jump Trainer is an invaluable resource for ACL jump training that's helped many athletes get back to sports quickly." - Siobhan Huggins-Sullivan, Monmouth University
"Patients love that they can do squats on the equipment when they can't perform them on their own." - Katharine Gaj, Three Rivers Health Outpatient Therapy
"Using the Jump Trainer is much smoother than other equipment and more versatile." - Chad Molen, MUPT
"Members love the equipment - the Jump Trainer is probably the most popular of the pieces that we've seen so far.... everybody I've shown it to has come back and used it over and over again. It becomes their go-to-piece of equipment." - Mark Dibattista - Beacon Hill Athletic Club.
"I use the Jump Trainer daily in my training for seniors and kids. The seniors really appreciate. It's real life training for people who can't do squats or have knee damage. It's a great way to work the legs out in a reality-based functional training way." - Nate Prindle, Personal Training and Wellness Coach, Mission Valley Y, San Diego, CA
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