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Tuesday, January 31, 2006

RELEASE: Max Rack Licenses 3-D Technology to BodyCraft


January 31, 2006 (COLUMBUS, OH) Max Rack, Inc. - BodyCraft’s new Jones Machine with patented 3-D Technology licensed from Max Rack, Inc., offers home and commercial users dual-action Smith performance. The Jones moves both vertically and horizontally simultaneously, allowing for natural, unlimited, user-defined motion. With a simple twist of the wrist, the weight bar is “racked” into place onto the moving rack at the user’s natural lifting position. The adjustable safety spotters allow a lifter to get a full lift without compromising their safety. Pop pin locks can be used for traditional smith exercises. An optional lat attachment is also available. The Jones Machine is the only licensed dual action smith machine on the market today utilizing Max Rack’s 3-D Technology for a smoother, natural lift every time.Licensed strength equipment displaying the “3-D” logo ensures smooth, natural, user-defined exercise motion.

Media Contact: Kirt Moritz, Max Rack, Inc. 614.221.4547
Max Rack, Inc. www.maxrack.com
BodyCraft http://www.bodycraft.com/

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