The Body-Solid Leverage Bench Press helps you focus
on pectorals and triceps and features adjustable press arms with gas-assisted start positions that accommodate a variety of users and ergonomic hand-grip positions. Independent, unilateral arm action provides balanced muscle development, while ...
The Marcy Utility Slant Board targets upper and
lower abdominal muscle groups, working to tone and define muscles, as well as increase strength and stamina and burn calories. The slant board is constructed of heavy-duty, 14 gauge steel tubing with ...
Great for working quads or for rehabilitation after
knee surgery, the Body-Solid Leverage Leg Extension is made of 11 gauge steel with a powder-coat finish for durability and sealed bearing pivot points for smooth operation. The leg extension features a ...
I bought this a few weeks ago. I'm really pleased with it. It's comfortable and was very easy to put together. I'd recommend this to anyone looking to build their home gym.
1 year ago
250lb weight capacity!!
I found out this has a 250lb max load. which means if you're a 200lb guy then the most you can bench is a 20kg Olympic barbell (45lb) with NO PLATES. This thing is intended for people that have a weight of 100lb and can only bench 150lb max. It looks as though the part that has questionable build quality is the thin metal bands that screw the base to the padded top.
I bought this bench because it is one of the few that holds over 300 lbs safely. To lift heavy weights you have to go to a gym unless there is a bench that can hold heavy weight. It took me a while to find one that could do what I needed without breaking the bank. This bench is easy to assemble and is what I use for my personal workouts along with my 14 year old son.
Bought this for a gift for my husband and he loves it!!
6 months ago
Okay but not very stable.
I bought it for my wife and I for Christmas. We have worked out with the bench for a week and I believe we will return it. The bench is stable for workout s that are parallel to the length of the bench. Incline work etc.... But when you use the bench for lifts or ab work perpendicular to the bench it doesn't seem very stable. It is probably ok for most but not for our needs.
This bench is not bad for the price. The leg developer works good and is pretty smooth and stable. The only negative thing I'd say about it is the seat is a little unstable because of the sleeve it slides on is a bit too big and it wobbles slightly. One other thing is the squat rack is a bit too low for me, I'm 6'2" and its kind of tight getting under it. Overall its a pretty good bench for the midrange lifter.
2 years ago
I have had this bench for several months now and have used it hard and for a variety of excersizes. It is holding up great and I expect it to be around for a long time to come! Very easy to adjust and use for every excersize I need it for. Very happy with it :-)
This was the perfect bench for my 14 year old. He is just getting into lifting and the weights were light and easy for him to workout on his own. The assembly did take hours, though. I wouldn't buy this for an adult.
I'm 6'2 and the decline is too short and very uncomfortable to do decline situps or anything else. The short part doesn't go flat and the machine is narrow and a bit unstable for me. It was nice that it was cheap, but you get what you pay for. I'll be looking for a more substantial bench.
3 years ago
Not a bad little bench for the price. Sturdy enough for light bench press and other upper body excersices. If you are looking into serious weight lifting, something heavier duty would be a better choice.