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Frequently Asked Questions

What is the PecSculptor?


The PecSculptor was invented as a way to help injured athletes continue to exercise their pectoral muscles while recovering from various types of injuries (back, shoulder, etc...) Now commercially available, it is used as a home/portable exercise device to isolate the chest muscles by approximating the motion of a Pec-Deck or Cable crossover machine.


How much resistance is there?


The PecSculptor delivers approximately 30 lbs of resistance.

What kind of workouts exist for the PecSculptor?

Since the PecSculptor approximates gym equipment like cable crossovers, most people use it very traditionally and begin by doing around 3 sets of 10 to 12 reps. Athletes/Bodybuilders tend to start a bit higher doing 3-4 sets of 20 or more reps.

Alot of people are on the go however, and purchase the PecSculptor as something they can do on their lunch break or before they leave for work in the morning. For these people we developed the PecSculptor 330 workout. It consists of 30 repetitions, followed by a 30 second hold of the device in the closed position, then another 30 repetitions all without stopping. This is a very concentrated high intensity workout that incorporates isometrics to really hammer the pectoral muscles and get you the most bang for your buck in terms of time spent exercising. 

*The 330 workout is an high level workout that we recommend building up to by starting with 5 to 10 reps, a 10 second hold, then another 5 to 10 reps.

Can I purchase it in stores?

The PecSculptor is assembled right here in the United States to ensure top quality and is made from high end materials include Aviation Grade Steel, Marine Vinyl, and High Density Polyurethane Foam Padding. In order to keep the purchase price as low as possible, we currently only offer consumer direct sales directly from the factory.

Can this really get me a better chest?


Yes! But it's not a magic pill, it is real exercise. You can expect your chest to improve, but you can also expect to feel the burning in your Pecs as you work out.

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