Cybex Wins 2012 FIBO Innovation Award In The Category Of Health Promotion For The Bravo Stabilization System. From Left To Right: Gregor Hueni, Jr., LMT; Ben Wilde, Cybex; Gregor Hueni, Sr., LMT; Paul M. Juris, Cybex Research Institute (Photo: Business Wire)
Cybex International, Inc. (NASDAQ: CYBI), a leading manufacturer of
premium exercise equipment, recently received the prestigious FIBO
Innovation Award 2012 for the patented Progressive Stabilization system
Cybex International, Inc. (NASDAQ: CYBI), a leading manufacturer of premium exercise equipment, recently received the prestigious FIBO Innovation Award 2012 for the patented Progressive Stabilization system featured on its Bravo Press and Bravo Pull strength machines. The award was presented at the annual FIBO trade show on Friday, April 20, in Essen, Germany.
Cybex wins 2012 FIBO Innovation Award in the category of Health Promotion for the Bravo Stabilization System. From left to right: Gregor Hueni, Jr., LMT; Ben Wilde, Cybex; Gregor Hueni, Sr., LMT; Paul M. Juris, Cybex Research Institute (Photo: Business Wire)
“We set out to combine the advantages of isolative strength training equipment with the advantages of cable press and pull equipment, and Progressive Stabilization was born,” said Ray Giannelli, senior vice president of research and development for Cybex International. “We’re thrilled that the FIBO Innovation Award jury saw fit to recognize this advancement in exercise technology. It inspires us to continue creating better ways to work out.” Multi-function cable systems traditionally provide a variety of movement options in one machine with limited stability and strength gains. Single-function fixed-path equipment traditionally provides stability and increased loading with limited movement variety. Utilizing Progressive Stabilization, Cybex’s Bravo Press and Bravo Pull are the first multi-function cable training stations to offer the stability and strength potential found in single-function, fixed-path equipment along with the expanded movement variety typical with multi-function cable training systems. The Bravo Press and Bravo Pull also offer no-stability or partial-stability settings, allowing trainers to create workouts that build strength and skills in a progressive, highly effective manner. “With the growth of functional training products and programming, be it in one-on-one or group fitness sessions, the Bravo series is the ‘must have’ equipment for any size facility. Alone, combined with the Arc Trainer or bundled with other functional training tools, it’s a proven performer when it comes to results,” said Lisa Juris, vice president of marketing for Cybex International.
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