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The Launch Pad

The patent pending Launch Pad is the world's first multi-function strength training tool. It was developed with shoulder health in mind, but has become a favorite of many athletes because it helps them perform better, recover faster, & stay injury free.

It may be deployed on machines, standalone benches (stationary and adjustable); Olympic incline, decline, and flat benches, or on the floor to perform hundreds of exercises.

Itʼs advanced ergonomic shape optimizes muscle mechanics and reduces joint stress with proper posture, alignment, and stability. The Launch Pad’s biomechanically sound design properly positions the user every time for maximum isolation and stimulation. This alignment promotes better form and execution during exercise, increasing strength and power output potential.

But, what really sets The Launch Pad apart from the rest of the market is the introduction of chamfered, filleted side panels that allow for unrestricted range of motion of the shoulder joint. This revolutionary feature provides the user with a superior range of motion and feel, while also eliminating joint stress and injuries that are so often experienced with existing equipment designs.

**An Advanced Muscle Mechanics custom carrying backpack, a pair of straps, and the lumbar adjustment pin are included with the purchase of each Launch Pad.**


  • Created by Advanced Muscle Mechanics.
  • Dimensions: 30" L x 12.5" W x 3" H.
  • Folds in half for easy portability. 
  • Adjustable lumbar to accommodate users of every size.
  • Durable, rigid, high density polyurethane foam and black anodized aluminum construction.
  • Color: black with Advanced Muscle Mechanics logo in red and white. 
  • Compatible with all Olympic & competition benches, OEM standalone benches (stationary and adjustable), as well as many exercise machines (plate loaded and weight stack).

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