Design, biomechanics and engineering come together with this perfect and refined range of machines. Teca Isotonic machines come with 25 years of experience; Made in Italy with advanced technological research for the production of the best training devices today.

The uniqueness of our systems has deep roots and a long history of success.

In 1985 TECA entered the fitness world and in 1986 the first strength machines were born.
Immediately we showed our innovative skills in 1989 by inventing the first bi-articular machines in the market.
The Advanced Hack Squat, a special creation of TECA, has allowed for the first time to train the quadriceps reproducing the movement of the traditional barbell squat. Known worldwide for its peculiarities, it is equipped with pantograph tilting, which allows the back to accompany the body during exercise with a tilting movement.
The same specialist design has led to the worldwide success of the Advanced Leg Press, the first press with a tilting platform that enables better support the foot during the entire movement of thrust. The Leg Press with its tilting platform reduces the pressure on the lumbar spine that caused serious injuries to athletes who lifted heavy loads with the traditional leg press.
Innovation has become our signature: in 1990 we introduced "Flexus", the first machine with a round tubular frame, followed in 1991 by the first machines with pantograph and overhead equipment to improve the safe movement.
Always fascinated by how to perfect motion of the body, in 1993 we have developed machines that now are all biomechanically designed to perfect strength and have been built to fully take into account the most modern and scientific principles to reduce injury. With advanced systems, such as the R.O.M. device on all models, the strength range within Teca is the ideal choice both for fitness and for rehabilitation. Our equipment offers those who train at gyms secure knowledge and belief that our machines benefit the workout through cutting-edge design and a continuous technological development.

Range of Motion
The lack of joint mobility is often linked to poor muscle balance, if overloaded with training in isolated muscle groups of the body, then trouble can develop and joint pain will begin.
Our joints move through joint degrees, which is defined by a physiological range of motion or R.O.M. When these R.O.Ms are reduced or when joint degrees are exceeded, skeletal muscle imbalances occur.
If tensions are not balanced the muscles that work to promote the movement of the joints, become reduced or exaggerated and the movements and physiological joint R.O.M. is not guaranteed and it may create abnormal stresses to the joint and to the muscles themselves.
We've decided to help all instructors to coach their clients, from the athletic to the elderly, who need functional recovery and for those seeking an effective method of preventing contractions in physiological R.O.M. However with our R.O.M. equipment you can avoid unnecessary and risky trauma that might occur within a workout without the supervision of a qualified trainer.


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