Marcy Two-Piece Olympic BenchItem Number: 17111656
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The Marcy® Two-Piece Olympic Bench features an independent utility bench and barbell crutches for a total body workout experience. Use the bench for traditional incline, decline or flat chest presses, or move it out of the way to perform squats and lunges. The utility bench features a total leg developer and preacher curl pad with arm curl handle. Reach your full potential with the Marcy® Two-Piece Olympic Bench.
- Versatile two-piece Olympic bench
- Features independent utility bench and barbell crutches
- Fully adjustable back pad for incline, decline and flat chest presses
- Two-piece design allows for walk-in squat and lunge exercises
- Total leg developer targets glutes, hamstrings and quadriceps
- Preacher curl bicep pad with removable bicep curl bar
- Contoured foam roller pads
- Model: MD 879
Country of Origin: China
Rated 5 out of 5 by 1 reviewer.
Rated 5 out of 5 by Bob Great purchase! I can understand why people have some issues. If you are a serious body builder, buy another set up. I bought this with the idea of working out to stay in shape. It is perfect for that. Being able to move the bench independently from the rack is awesome. Pros--easy to build and use. Very versatile. The leg developer is a great asset. The unit is well built and sturdy. You can turn the bench sideways and place it in front of the rack reducing the overall footprint considerably. Cons--once you have about 80 lbs on the leg developer/preacher curl, the bench begins to get light in the back. You can place some weight on the bench to offset. Decline bench isn't going to happen without long arms or someone to lift the weight off. The rack raises and lowers just fine, but doesn not lower enough to perform decline olympic bar presses. Dumbell decline presses are just fine though. Also, the preacher curl grips do not spin so use gloves. Overall, this product is great!! The cons are few and can be remedied...minus decline press. August 28, 2014
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