A: Once your order is placed, it will ship the next business day. We use UPS and FedEx for shipping, and they estimate that successful delivery is usually completed within seven to ten 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 it weighs 7.5 pounds.
A: The Iron Chest Master is capable of holding the weight of a person weighing up to 450 pounds.
A: The Iron Chest Master comes equipped with resistance bands that provide 30 pounds of resistance per side, totaling 60 pounds of applied pressure. Iron Bands that will double the resistance are available for purchase in the shop at ironchestmaster.com on the accessories page.
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: No. The Iron Chest Master is a single, solid piece of equipment. The Iron Chest Master was originally designed by Coach Ron to travel with him, so he would never miss a workout. We have available the Iron Chest Master carrying bag that makes it very easy to transport the Iron Chest Master to the gym, the office, or anywhere around the world.
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. Also, resistance bands can be individually substituted in order to customize the resistance level of the machine to suit the individual user.
Can the handles of the Iron Chest Master be rotated in order to change the angles of the wrists, elbows and shoulders?
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.
Couldn’t I replicate the movement and benefits of the Iron Chest Master by sliding a set of paper plates along the ground?
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.