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 Troy a C6-C7 spinal cord injury quadriplegic doing lat pulls
Lat Pull

Lat pulls are an excellent means of reducing slouch and developing a V-shaped body that accompanies high spinal cord injury. They emphasize the lower front chest muscles that enable people with quadriplegia to sit up straight in their wheelchairs.

In addition, the UPPERTONE is designed so that a person with quadriplegia, or spinal cord injury, can adjust the lat pull arms so that their arms rest comfortably on the elbow pads.

And of course, as for all exercises, effective resistance can be varied from 2 pounds to 180 pounds.

Unassisted Exercise Equipment for Quadriplegics....
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As the accompanying photograph shows, the UPPERTONE uses an innovative approach to allow people with quadriplegia or spinal cord injury, who often cannot reach overhead, to do lat pulls.
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