Multi-station towers, such as TuffStuff's Apollo 7400 or BodyCraft's X4, are multifunctional workout machines that combine various exercises and workout stations into a single piece of equipment. They are often referred to as "multigyms" or "multistations." These machines offer a variety of workout options to train the entire body and target different muscle groups.
A multistation tower typically consists of a sturdy metal frame with multiple columns or uprights equipped with various workout components and accessories. Individual multi-station towers can contain up to 14 stations like the Hoist Fitness 14-Station Tower. Typical features and accessories of a multi-station tower include:
Various Cable Pull Stations:
One or more cable pull stations allow you to train the upper and lower body through various pulling and pushing exercises.
A weightblock is a collection of weight plates connected by cables that provide various resistances for exercises.
Various Handles and Attachments:
The multi-station tower often includes various handles, bars and attachments that can be used for different exercises, such as lat pull bar, rowing handle, triceps rope, leg extension attachment, etc.
Adjustable seats and backrests:
Many multi-station towers have seats and backrests that are adjustable to provide users with comfort and support during workouts.
A variety of exercises can be performed with a multi-station tower, such as cable pulls, rowing, bench press, butterfly, leg extensions, biceps curls, shoulder presses and many others. Depending on the equipment of the machine and the available accessories, the exercise possibilities may vary.
Multi-station towers are a convenient option for people who want to perform comprehensive strength training at home or in the gym. They allow you to perform many different exercises in one place, which saves time and space.