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Matrix has launched the Connexus Step+ and Connexus Column, two new training options for its Connexus Functional Training Rig.

Designed to improve the user's core and lower-body strength, as well as cardiovascular fitness, the Step+ is a multi-use functional stability step. When used as a traditional step it facilitates a number of functional exercises, including: mountain climbers, squats, dips and push-ups, while integrated hand grips in the legs enable users to perform deeper range push-ups and dips when using it upside down. In addition, it has a removable contoured surface that acts as an instability platform to destabilise the user and improve balance and core strength.

Designed to be used in any gym regardless of size, the Connexus Column offers multiple options for suspension and resistance band training. It is wall mounted, so takes up minimal space, and includes three different attachment points, as well as built-in storage for resistance bands. The Column also features integrated device storage so users to keep their smartphone in full view throughout their training, enabling them to train using fitness apps.

Matt Gleed, master trainer at Matrix, says: "The versatility and adaptability of Connexus makes it a great training system that helps to maximise space, bring variety and support training options. These two additions that bring yet more training options to keep workouts challenging."

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Matrix Fitness UK
At Matrix, our goal is to make commercial grade equipment that stands out, rises above, and sets new industry standards in the process. But that's just the beginning; each time we design a new product we start by asking 'How can we make it better?' By seeing through the eyes of our customers and considering the markets they work in, we can shape our business around them. This way we ensure the highest levels of performance and design innovation will always match the lowest cost of ownership.
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Matrix Fitness East Court Riverside Park Campbell Road Stoke on Trent Staffordshire ST4 4DA
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01782 644900
Matrix has launched the Connexus Step+ and Connexus Column, two new training options for its Connexus Functional Training Rig.
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