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Material and apparatuses for carrying out exercises aimed at maintaining the physique and increasing muscular strength, flexibility and endurance.
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Apparatus with springs connected to two handles; it is stretched with the hands to develop the muscles in the upper torso and the arms.
Bar consisting of a tension spring and two grips; the athlete bends it to strengthen the upper part of the body (such as the arms and shoulders).
Metal elastic part that bends from the force the athlete exerts on its ends; it then returns to its original shape.
Part by which the athlete holds the twist bar.
Cord with handles that is repeatedly swung over the head then jumped over; the athlete jumps once per cycle to strengthen mainly the leg and buttock muscles.
Apparatus with two handles connected by a spring; it is gripped with the hand to strengthen mainly the hand, wrist and forearm muscles.
Wide flexible band of preset mass that is worn around the wrist or ankle to increase resistance during exercise.
Gym equipment that consists of two equal weights attached to each end of a short bar, which is lifted with one hand to develop mainly the arm muscles.
Metal shaft that connects two weights; the athlete grips it to manipulate the weights.
Round metal mass of various weights and sizes that is attached to each end of the bar.
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