Reverse hyper with nautilus cam and belt drive

Discussion in 'Training Forum' started by Midflan7, Sep 20, 2020.

  1. Midflan7

    Midflan7 Junior Member

    The reverse hyper has the same or similar drawback as any free weight exercise, correct? With uneven distribution of resistance throughout the movement. It’s been awhile since I used one but that’s how I remember it, lightest at bottom, getting harder at middle, then starting to get lighter at top.

    I’m thinking of building my own reverse hyper, but attach the lever to a weight stack via a belt drive through a nautilus style cam.

    It should create an even resistance throughout the range of motion provided a properly shaped cam was used. Having full resistance from the start of movement to the end.