Sandow Trained on Machines

Posted on Friday, September 26th, 2014 by John Wood

Many people STILL love arguing which is better, free weights… or machines. The “point” of using any strength machine is to gain an advantage that couldn’t not otherwise be had. Eugen Sandow himself trained on machines, in fact, he invented the one shown here to allow one to add resistance to regular pushups, among other things. This was way back in 1893, and even well over a century later, this idea sounds pretty darn useful.
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