The Jacobs Ladder vs the Jacobs Ladder 2, What's the Difference?
The Jacobs Ladder are self-powered exercise machines. To operate and workout on the machines, the user climbs on the machine to control and brake with the use of a waistbelt.
The display console itself will require a charge.
Both the Jacobs Ladder and JLX machines can charge the console display with a simple battery charged as needed. This allows both Jacobs Ladder and JLX to operate free from cords and electrical outlets so you can place it anywhere needed.
However, the JL2 requires a 110V standard outlet (220V is available upon request) to power the console display during any workout session.
The JL2 is a more compact, home-gym version of the original Jacobs Ladder treadmill-style ladder climber.
While the height and length of both the Jacobs Ladder and the JL2 are the same, the width is where the difference is. The original Jacobs Ladder is wider at 31.25" while the JL2 model comes in at 27.25".
This allows the JL2 to fit through interior door frames and smaller fitness studio spaces that you can expect inside a standard homes or offices.
The third model, the JLX is the biggest overall. It's taller, wider, and longer than the original Jacobs Ladder. Check out the Spec Sheet below for the details.
The Jacobs Ladder is $5,999, while the JL2 is $5,299.
Whether you have commercial gym or a home gym, both the Jacobs Ladder and the JL2 are interchangable. Depending on the user's needs, such as budget or size differences, and the benefits you're looking for (see benefits), this will help you make the choice that's best for you.
And if you just want the best, with the best new features, consider the Jacobs Ladder X at $6,995.
Conclusion - What will you gain with a Jacobs Ladder Gym Machine in your Workout?
No matter which Jacobs Ladder machine you decide to train with, you'll receive a low impact, highly efficient, total body workout.
If budget and space are an important factor, the Jacobs Ladder 2 is specifically designed with this in mind.
If you're a fan of the Jacobs Ladder because you've used this at an athletic organization, or you're in the uniformed services, than the Jacobs Ladder is more your fit. Since the unit is self-powered, you can place this away from a wall or next to your weight machines.
If you're interested in the best features available, with more Climbing Positions and Workouts, than the recently designed Jacobs Ladder X with additional handrails is what you're looking for.
In the long run, the time spent on this machine will be much more effective in strengthening your joints and tendons, but also your strength, cardio, and core muscles.
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