A: Once your order is placed, it will ship within two business days. We use UPS and FedEx for shipping, and they estimate that delivery is usually completed within five to seven business days. A tracking number is emailed to you so that you will be able to monitor the progress of the package prior to its arrival.

A: It will be shipped from the fulfillment center in the United States that is closest to your delivery location.

A: The Iron Chest Master is adjustable to accommodate different arm lengths to ensure proper positioning to maximize results.

A: The Iron Chest Master is 48 inches x 6 inches x 4 inches, and weighs 7 pounds.

A: Seventy percent of your total body weight is being supported when you are in a push-up position, which is the position you assume when you use the Iron Chest Master. The Iron Chest Master is extremely durable and can support more than 450 pounds of body weight while in use.

A: The Iron Chest Master’s resistance is adjustable. You can start with 20 lbs. of resistance by using two bands, you can increase to 40 lbs. by using four bands, or to 60 lbs. of resistance by using all six bands. These six bands come with your standard Iron Chest Master. We also have available the Iron Resistance Bands which provide up to 120 lbs. of resistance. The Iron Resistance Bands are including in the PRO and Extreme packages, or they can be purchased individually.

A: We accept returns of unused and undamaged products only. You may return unused or defective merchandise within a 30-day period from the receipt of shipment, and the full purchase price will be refunded to you upon the receipt and inspection of your returned products.

A: The motion of the Iron Chest Master places tension on every muscle in the chest, so movements specifically dedicated to targeting the upper chest are not required. With that being said, elevating the feet while exercising with the Iron Chest Master will automatically place more emphasis on the muscles of the upper chest.

A: The motion of the Iron Chest Master places tension on every muscle in the chest, so movements specifically dedicated to targeting the upper chest are not required. With that being said, elevating the feet while exercising with the Iron Chest Master will automatically place more emphasis on the muscles of the upper chest.

A: The developer of the Iron Chest Master, Ron Williams, was contracted to the U.S. Military specifically for the purpose of providing training to members of the military who were at risk of failing their PFT/PRT examinations. The Iron Chest Master was designed, in part, to accelerate the rate at which the muscles in the chest acquire the strength necessary to perform more pushups. Even exercising with the Iron Chest Master from a kneeling position is sufficient to improve the strength level of the user at a rapid rate.

A: No. The Iron Chest Master was constructed as a single, solid piece of equipment in order to ensure its stability. It cannot be broken down into smaller.

A: The resistance bands of the Iron Chest Master are adjustable -- there are three levels. We sell additional bands on the Iron Chest Master website capable of doubling the resistance provided by the first set of bands. The majority of exercisers do not require heavier resistance bands at the beginning of their training. Also, resistance bands can be individually substituted in order to customize the resistance level of the machine to suit the individual user.

A: No. The Iron Chest Master was built to place the chest in the position where it is the strongest, and where the shoulders are the least susceptible to injury. Since handle rotation would increase the likelihood of a shoulder injury to the user, that feature was intentionally omitted from the Iron Chest Master’s design.

A: No. The Iron Chest Master provides an increasing level of lateral tension that starts outward and moves inward in a straight line, and at a consistent angle that targets the muscles throughout the chest with unique emphasis placed on the muscles of the inner chest. It also provides controls for the range of motion, stopping you at the Power Position where your body is the strongest. Other training methods either rely solely on gravity, pulleys, or other means to provide angular tension that does not adequately target the chest in a similar fashion. Additionally, the Iron Chest Master was built to place the chest in the position where it is the strongest, and where the shoulders, elbows, and wrists are the least susceptible to injury.