Core Prodigy Python Power Twister – Chest, Bicep Blaster, Shoulder and Arm Builder Spring Exercise

By | June 16, 2019

The Python Power Twister is a torsion spring exercise device. The Python allows users to train with multiple resistances by moving their hands closer or further away on the rubber grip handles. Strengthen and tone the chest, shoulders, back and arms. Features high-grade steel construction for strength and durability. Molded rubber grips provide security and comfort. Durable nylon wrist straps help prevent injury. The Python is a portable exercise device that is great for home, office or travel use. Want even more difficulty? Add the Fit Grips by Core Prodigy to the Python handles and you will have an extreme Power Twister.

Product Features

  • Patent pending long handles allows users to increase or decrease resistances levels. A wide grip is less resistance & close grip is more difficult.
  • Carbon steel springs, high grade steel composition with rubber grip handles.
  • Move your grip for multiple resistance levels. From 40 lbs. (18 kgs) to 100 lbs. (45 kgs)
  • Strengthens the chest, back, shoulders, biceps and grip.
  • From fitness product leader – Core Prodigy

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3 Comments

Anonymous on 06/16/2019 at 11:58.

This is a great tool for hitting your low lats Lifelong lifter here. Bought this tool because it looked interesting and I recall seeing it in old time bodybuilding photos. However, never used. Just buy it. A bargain at this price point. This is a great tool for hitting your low lats, serratus, chest and biceps. I really like how I can use a supinated or prone grip and work medial to lateral at varying angles to hit muscles in my back that conventional lifting does not address. One happy customer here. Also, the resistance varys by where you…

Anonymous on 06/16/2019 at 12:06.

Awesome Piece of Exercise Equipment I love how easy it is to use, and how limited space it occupies when stored away. Does it work as exercise equipment that produces results? Absolutely, without any reservations whatsoever. The trick to working out with this Power Twister is to locate where in your arms you have the optimum leverage. Once you determine that, then that’s where your focus should be. Let me explain, I have a lot of difficulty closing this Twister when it’s at eye level whether my hands are placed at the end or…

Anonymous on 06/16/2019 at 12:32.

For both the young and old. if you are old like me (69), I think this product may be a great way to exercise the arms and chest without aggravating the lower back.That became a problem with free weights in my old age. I start by warming up with the blue Theraband Flexbar (25 lbs. resistance) …

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