There are several unique power rack attachments that imitate the functionality of a multi-gym, and the jammer arms (also known as “lever arms”), are one of the coolest and most versatile attachments that you can add to practically any modern-day weightlifting rack.
With the Jammer Arms attachment could easily add more exercises options to your power rack without taking up more floor space. These plate-loaded arms replicate the moveable handle found on other gym machines, could be simply attached, adjusted, support a number of exercises, like presses, rows, squats, and other exercises.
If you have a set of lever arms or are considering investing in them, you may not know where to begin or how to utilize them. Fear not! We’ll share with you how to do a full-body lever arm workout using the MIKOLO JAMMER ARM.
A set of Jammer arms might cost much more than other rack attachments, it’s price range from $150 to $1500 around. While jammer arms would expand your exercise ranges to full body workouts, such as chest presses, shoulder presses, and belt squats. Investing in lever arms can potentially reduce the need for purchasing separate machines for different exercises. This can lead to cost savings in the long run. Besides, Lever arm machines generally require less maintenance compared to some other fitness equipment, saving you money on upkeep and repairs.
Lever arm machines are typically compact and take up less space compared to some other strength training equipment. This is particularly advantageous for home gyms or smaller fitness facilities where space is limited.
Here are some exercises you can do with jammer arm attachments:
Shoulder Press: This exercise primarily targets the shoulders and triceps. Insert one end of the jammer arm attachment into the appropriate equipment, load the other end with weights, and press the loaded end upward. It simulates a standing overhead press with a barbell.
Bent Rows: You can perform single-arm or double-arm rows by attaching the jammer arm and pulling it up towards your torso, which targets the back muscles, especially the lats.
Twists: This exercise engages the core muscles and helps with rotational strength. Insert one end of the jammer arm attachment into a landmine or other suitable holder, hold the other end with both hands, and twist your torso from side to side.
Belt Squats: Attach the jammer arm to a landmine or holder, hold the free end with both hands, and perform squats. This exercise targets the legs, especially the quadriceps and glutes.
Deadlifts: Secure the jammer arm attachment in place and perform deadlifts by bending at your hips and knees, keeping your back straight. This exercise targets the lower back, hamstrings, and glutes.
T-Bar Rows: Insert one end of the jammer arm attachment into a landmine holder and attach a V-handle or bar to the free end. Perform T-bar rows to target the upper back and lats.
If you enjoy the feeling of working out on machines but prefer the freedom and flexibility of using a power rack, jammer arms might just be your golden ticket.