Ballet bar ISA-FIX

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The ISA-FIX is a height adjustable, single column support that can sit as low as 79.5cm or as high as 118cm. Unlike other ballet barres, the ISA-FIX does not rely on having any additional securing arms that require fastening to a wall to give it stability. Its robust build and solid anchorage make it suitable for a broad range of uses from dance to fitness workouts. Continuous barre The cradle of the Isa-fix is wide enough to join two wooden bars at the support. This feature offers two distinct advantages over most other floor mounted ballet bars. Firstly, it allows you to install a continuous barre within your space, without any gaps between one wooden beam to the next. Secondly, it reduces the number of supports you need to hold up your bars. We offer a range of different length wooden beams for the Isa-fix. Flexible use Many other ballet barres don’t drop as low or rise as high as the Isa-fix. The adjustable range of the barre spans thirty-nine centimetres, allowing your space to be inclusive of your shortest to tallest users. There are fourteen selectable positions with an easy-grip bolt used to screw-lock your height selection and firmly ensure your barre won’t slip down during use. The fourteen numbered positions also make it convenient for you to re-select a previous height you felt comfortable with. The Isa-fix closed cradle means it can resist users pulling and pushing on the bar from any angle. Many basic floor mounted bars have an open cradle design which can only tolerate pressure from the top down. On these types of uprights, any exercises that involve pulling, risks ripping out the wooden beam. With the closed cradle design, this is impossible.

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