It does not include moving parts (with the exception of transport wheels) and has an extremely sturdy frame (5x5cm thick 2.5mm thick and high-pressure rubber flooring), making it particularly stable and durable in the long run. The high-quality wheels and handle allow easy transportation and handling, while the finest finish, with its rich red color, makes it stand out wherever it is.
Only AMILA’s GluteMaster has the ability to adjust to the height of each trainee (at 41, 44 and 46cm respectively), earning the optimal hip pushing point. It can train people at all levels, from young children to big athletes.
The thick and durable leather pillow minimizes the risk of injury, while the rest of the construction prevents any improvisation (such as bench or step).
The special detachable pins allow the movement to be stretched against elastic strength so that you can achieve an incredible gluteal workout without the requirements of free weights. Free weights, of course, can be used autonomously or in combination for even greater results.
AMILA GluteMaster vs Front Squat
The results of the National Strength & Conditioning Association (NSCA) survey of a 6-week training program conducted by teenage athletes with a gluteal fitness machine (corresponding to AMILA GluteMaster) against front squat were published in the journal The Journal of Strength & Conditioning Research.
Before and after workout with GluteMaster and Front Squat, the test subjects were exercised in the following: vertical and horizontal jump, 10 and 20 meters respectively, isometric mid-thigh traction.
Significant improvements in road acceleration, horizontal jump and isometric force of the mid-thigh were observed.
Πηγή: B. Contreras, A. D. Vigotsky, B. J. Schoenfeld, C. Beardsley, D. T. McMaster, J. H. T. Rayneke, J. B. Cronin, “Effects of a six-week hip thrust vs front squat resistance training program on performance in adolescent males: a randomized controlled trial”, The Journal of Strength & Conditioning Research (April 2017, V. 31, No 4, p. 999)