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    Originally Posted by HealthNutMD View Post
    Finally got the master permit and broke ground this past week. Cut the trees that needed removed. Doing the lot clearing next week. Auger pile survey markers next week. Then the following week is pouring the piles, pile caps, and foundation.

    I'll share some pics of the build as it goes.

    If I had to guess, I'd say I'll be moving in first week of May 2022. Lets see how that holds up.

    Then it will be time to pick up where I left off...
    Is it a home or a building just for the gym?
    In any case, how much area is planned for the gym?
    Is it a 'Cost No Object' project?

    I ask because I've been mulling over how much space I would dedicate for a gym in a potential new house project. I think around 50m2 (500sqft) would suit me. More would be better, but I also need a large garage/workshop and a kitchen with lots of machines.
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    I recently had the opportunity to visit anew gym here in the UK, not due to fully open until June and some of the equipment was still to be unpacked, but pretty exciting none the less.

    The main purpose of my visit was to take a look at some Panatta and Prime pieces. This was the first time I've seen any of the Panatta FitEvo machines, I was way more impressed than expected, I think 16 machines in total , the ones that really took my attention were the ab crunch and the overhead triceps, both had been mentioned here, they're not machines I'm familiar with, but to my mind both felt very good.

    The three FitEvo units that really surprised me were the circular converging lat machine, the Circular incline chest press and the pullover, I'd never used a machine with this circular movement pattern and thought it was extremely good.

    I'm seriously considering adding the circular incline chest and the pullover to my set up.
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    Gym Equipment Choices for Leg press and Smith Machine

    Hi everyone! I had a couple of questions regarding gym equipment. First, which of the following leg presses would you consider is the best: Panatta Leg Press Bridge, Elite FTS Signature Iso-Leg Press (smaller version, not mondo), or Arsenal strength bilateral leg press (similar to the old Nebula)? I really like Panatta equipment but would love for them to have a bilateral leg press machine. I also wanted to hear what HealthNutMD thinks about this since I know that he has posted a ton of helpful information with the tier lists and the physiological components, but given these options what would you go with?

    And lastly, regarding a smith machine: Panatta Power Smith Machine Dual System Upper/ 1HP122, or the Arsenal strength smith machine (similar to the nebula model)? any other recommendations are also welcome.

    Thanks in advance!
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    Originally Posted by Wolfgangzart21 View Post
    Hi everyone! I had a couple of questions regarding gym equipment. First, which of the following leg presses would you consider is the best: Panatta Leg Press Bridge, Elite FTS Signature Iso-Leg Press (smaller version, not mondo), or Arsenal strength bilateral leg press (similar to the old Nebula)? I really like Panatta equipment but would love for them to have a bilateral leg press machine. I also wanted to hear what HealthNutMD thinks about this since I know that he has posted a ton of helpful information with the tier lists and the physiological components, but given these options what would you go with?

    And lastly, regarding a smith machine: Panatta Power Smith Machine Dual System Upper/ 1HP122, or the Arsenal strength smith machine (similar to the nebula model)? any other recommendations are also welcome.

    Thanks in advance!
    The Panatta LP Bridge is excellent, it's a big unit, I only wish I had room in my set up, it's "Best Of The Best" for good reason.

    Generally I don't like unilateral leg presses, the best one I've used is the Watson Monster 45 leg press, on this unit you can lock the independent foot plates together, personally I wouldn't want a leg press without the ability to lock the foot plates.

    I'm not generally a fan of Smith machines, but the Panatta units do look interesting.
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    ETC: Mid Feb

    My guess is probably more like mid April.

    We shall see....
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    Originally Posted by HealthNutMD View Post
    ETC: Mid Feb

    My guess is probably more like mid April.

    We shall see....
    Damn Florida is so different...... those are some deep foundations. Ohio's pretty easy..... just lay some rocks and concrete and you're good to go.
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    All the best for your new venture

    Hi HealthNutMD,

    Wishing you the very best for your new venture.

    I came across this, when I was browsing casually.

    By any chance do you know which make is this? ( Preacher curl). Seems old school and sweet.

    bodybuilding.com/fun/images/2011/branch-warren-workout_a.jpg

    ( I have not qualified yet for posting images or links, and hence the trimmed version of the link)

    I could not ID it. Any help is much appreciated.

    Best Regards,
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    Originally Posted by HealthNutMD View Post





    ETC: Mid Feb

    My guess is probably more like mid April.

    We shall see....
    How deep are the piles?, that looks like a fairly substantial project, even on fairly small build's I tend to tell the clients to allow 12 months from the start of the ground work to handing over the keys..

    If you can keep your contractors and suppliers on track, depending on the complexity of the project, 9-10 months would not generally be an unreasonable estimate, provided everything runs smoothly, sadly in construction they rarely do.
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    Showrooms or large installs of Pannatta, Atlantis, Prime in South East?

    Can anyone recommend large installations or showrooms of Pannatta, Atlantis and/or Prime showcasing their more popular pieces to try out?

    There don't seem to be many in the South East, as far as I'm aware.

    I'm based in Georgia and these makes are very scarce around here.

    Thanks!
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    Originally Posted by adhisiva View Post
    Hi HealthNutMD,

    Wishing you the very best for your new venture.

    I came across this, when I was browsing casually.

    By any chance do you know which make is this? ( Preacher curl). Seems old school and sweet.

    bodybuilding.com/fun/images/2011/branch-warren-workout_a.jpg

    ( I have not qualified yet for posting images or links, and hence the trimmed version of the link)

    I could not ID it. Any help is much appreciated.

    Best Regards,
    Adhisiva
    That is a Camstar. Madhouse gym in GA has one. You can see it in action on their instagram.
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    Originally Posted by rifter123 View Post
    That is a Camstar. Madhouse gym in GA has one. You can see it in action on their instagram.
    Thank you so much for answering my question rifter123. Much obliged. Someday when I have enough money to build a collection of my own, I wish, I can Invite everyone of you to India, to share the joy of it.
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    Do you still have Nautilus pieces available?
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    The "REAL STEEL" vs the real steal (ha, ha, ha)

    I found these pictures on the internet of a machine remarkably similar in construction to my B-2000 Cross Axes Pulldown machine.

    While I will admit that whoever built it did a remarkable job of duplicating components of my design (right down to putting the same aesthetic curves in the effort arm levers) that I am not concerned with it competing with my original design. In fact, as I have said on my website, it is a form of flattery to be copied by others (it simply confirms that you have a superior design).

    The two machines are only similar in design components, making me confident that their machine has a good ‘feel’ to it: but their bolt together, lightweight construction does not compare with CROSS AXES TECH construction. My machines constitute the “Real Steel”, and I am certain that a sledgehammer to the two machines’ frames would revel the truth about who builds the “Real Steel”.
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    Bolt together makes for easy packing and shipping, and getting in peoples house.
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    L-4000 Seated Leg Press

    Joints getting old and tired?

    Are your quads hungry for a good workout, but your knees and lower back not so much?

    Of the four compound leg machines that I currently build, the CROSS AXES TECH L-4000 Seated Leg Press is the easiest on the knees and lower back.

    The machine is far easier on the knees than squats because of the offset plane of movement relative to the hip joints (thus eliminating the shear forces at the knee joints associated with squats). It is also less taxing on the body to perform in a seated position than squating in a standing position.

    The machine is also far easier on the ligaments of the lower back than incline leg presses; both, because of the orientation of the machine’s pads relative to the arc that the foot plates move through and the variable resistance profile of the machine’s force output.

    It is also easier to access (get in and out of) than incline leg presses in that the seat is farther off the floor and more horizontally oriented.


    It is, of course, CROSS AXES TECH, so the construction is very heavy duty while the moving parts are balanced so that just about anyone can use it (unlike some of the ‘sleds’ on competitor’s incline leg presses or even the moving assembly on my own squat machine).


    Affectionately called a 1000 lb capacity ‘old ladies machine’ it can handle the weight that any young male uses while still being comfortable for an old lady.
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    Yes, please!
    That's pretty much my heart's desire leg machine.
    Every other machine of that type is behemoth.

    A video of it in action would be greatly appreciated.

    I just wish you would start to put caps on all that tubing.
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    Originally Posted by Oxidated View Post
    Yes, please!
    That's pretty much my heart's desire leg machine.
    Every other machine of that type is behemoth.

    A video of it in action would be greatly appreciated.

    I just wish you would start to put caps on all that tubing. ������
    That machine is actually mine. lol I have two pieces coming from Cross Axes, should be receiving them next week. I'll try to get a video up as soon as I can. I actually made a long drive down to his company in order to try it out before buying. I was able to try out all of his machines. Loved all of them!
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    The only video that I have of that machine in use (which I can't find now) is my 5'6" tall daughter using it to demonstrate to a 5'2" customer that their legs will clear the machine's center column in the forward seat position (it has three) while in use.


    Yes, Stephen, that is your machine: (and if I may make a confession after 'putting my foot in my mouth' earlier on this thread regarding the light blue color, the machine does look good in light blue with black pads).


    Stephen, thank you for the plug on my machines, I am looking forward to your videos. That was an impressive trip to investigate machines (to be sure), but not the record: I actually had the Purzel brothers (Das Gym) visit me from Vienna, Austria to investigate my machines. Andreas Purzel can be seen describing the C-3000 Cross Axes Incline Press, its use, and features (as well as I can gather - being in German) on the Das gym instagram site (https://www.instagram.com/intelligentstrength/?hl=en). I have included a link to a video of someone in South Korea using the C-3000 Cross Axes Incline Press, because, in my opinion, he is using excellent form and speed of motion (exactly the way I envisioned my machines being used), his video can be seen on his blog at (https://www.instagram.com/p/CPsA3LQA5O2/ and https://www.instagram.com/youinseong777/).



    Stephen, I hope you still love it after trying to move it (HA,HA,HA). Actually, all of my machines can be moved easily (on flat ground anyway) with the use of three 1/2" stud casters from Harbor Freight Tools (approx $25 total).
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    Henry you make some nice compact pieces. Which they were- at least semi-bolted versions, so I could fit them through a standard doorway. Good stuff, keep up the good work
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    Originally Posted by Oxidated View Post
    I just wish you would start to put caps on all that tubing. ������
    Actually, the machine's are all shipped with 'end caps' for the transverse pipe at the machine's base. The caps are not in place, so that the machines can be bolted to their pallets for shipping.
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    Originally Posted by grumpytude View Post
    Henry you make some nice compact pieces. Which they were- at least semi-bolted versions, so I could fit them through a standard doorway. Good stuff, keep up the good work

    For those who want to place my machines in hard to access basements, or through narrow doors, etc.; I do have 'splice joints' which allow the transverse cross pipe to be removed from the rest of the frame. The moving parts can all be removed from each machine's frame with the use of a snap ring pliers (McMaster-Carr), a steel 'punch pin' (3/8" to 3/4" steel bar 18" to 24" long - Home Depot) and a hammer (Home Depot).
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    Speaking of efforts to place one of my machines in its final resting spot, check out the Herculean effort performed by Bernhard Biedl and his staff of trainers to bring a B-2000 up a flight of stairs over in Austria.

    https://www.instagram.com/p/COnZHGKljcf/
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    Panatta DUAL SYSTEM HORIZONTAL LEG PRESS / 1FE095


    Does anyone have any feedback on this unit? I can pick up one in mint condition for less than $2k. Has anyone here used one? Am I better off off waiting for an angled leg press?
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    Panatta DUAL SYSTEM HORIZONTAL LEG PRESS / 1FE095


    Does anyone have any feedback on this unit? I can pick up one in mint condition for less than $2k. Has anyone here used one? Am I better off off waiting for an angled leg press?

    sucks its a reason that person whose selling it dont want it anymore. I was going to buy this same machine and passed on it after i tried it i ended up ordering the panatta vertical leg press
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    Thanks for the video updates Chris….. pretty impressive!!!
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    Chris...this is the bomb. While I can't wait to see the gym and how you are laying this all out (just not a good "vision" person even when they are my projects, plans, etc...) this is just great to watch the evolution of the home build. Being from FL I love those intracoastal lots. My great uncle, now passed, had one when I was growing up and it was great. I'm in Pittsburgh now so very different style of housing, no complaints at all, but loving these updates. Please keep them coming as this evolves.
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    Hey Guys, I am looking to add a few new pieces to my facility. Any feedback on these would be great.

    - Panatta Super Pullover - This looks awesome, and I currently don't have a pullover. Has anyone tried this machine?

    - Atlantis Flat / Decline - From what HealthNut has said this seems like a no brainer. I have the panatta decline but this still seems worth it.

    - Prime Incline press - I haven't seen much said about this on here. I have the Panatta super incline and love it, but I would like to have the adjustable strength curve of the prime.

    - Prime Hybrid Pec Dec - I have seem some people call this the best pec dec, how do you guys feel about it?

    - Atlantis Pivot vs Panatta leg press bridge? - does anyone know if they will be re-making the panatta leg press bridge? I know Healthnut mentioned that they would be making one that would kill the atlantis.

    - The whole new panatta "special" line up looks amazing. Interested in any feedback on all that new stuff especially compared to the older versions.

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