Fitness Gear Hyper Bench

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Focus on building and strengthening your core and back muscles with the Fitness Gear Hyper Bench. Featuring a quick adjustment system, this sturdy bench accommodates a variety of user heights and a extensive range of intensity levels. Perform exercises with extra upper and lower body support from the easy-to-reach handle or foam rollers. Develop stronger abs and back muscles by adding the Fitness Gear Hyper Bench to your home gym.
FEATURES:

  • Hyper extension bench made of a heavy-duty steel frame and finish
  • High-density foam padding with reinforced double stitched seams
  • Accommodate many user heights with quick adjustment system
  • Multiple positions allow you to adjust your workout intensity
  • Helps you build muscle and increase strength in your core and back areas
  • Offers easy-to-reach handle used for extra support while you workout
  • Foam rollers help keep your lower body in place as you perform exercises
  • Great for use with or without dumbbells (not included)
  • Maximum Weight Capacity (user + weights): 300 lbs
  • Product Dimensions: 39.5" L x 25.7" W x 32.8" H
  • Product Weight: 25.8 lbs
  • Manufacturer's Warranty: 1 year limited parts
  • Model: STE00219
  • Fitness Gear
Country of Origin: United States
Web ID: 41857676

Customer Reviews:

Rated 2.9 out of 5by 11 reviewers.
Rated 1 out of 5by Wasn't for me. Count not support my weight, the handles were really flimsy. I had to return the product. January 14, 2017
Rated 3 out of 5by its what you make of it bought in store, easy to assemble, however, like any product you assemble, some modifications are necessary. had to make 1 bolt hole lineup with another. toughened up the handle in its mount (kinda sloppy otherwise) I expected this before opening box so no real big deal. height is not an issue for me however, i can see how it would be for a shorter person. I added some adjustment holes to give more options,again not a big deal for me but not a desire for some people. put together a killer workout and its quick. I start on my stomach as if doing hypers except I do 4 dumbbell exercises in a giant set which include posterior raises, v-raises, rows, and row iso holds (20 sec) I do 4 giant sets with 15 lb d.b.'s every square inch of you is lit up when done especially your core. Then I turn around with same d.b.'s and do pec flys, incline press, front raises, and snow angels in the same manner as mentioned previously. Keeping your frame in a straight plane while doing these is a core workout and then some. it is quick, effective and trust me, not much weight is needed, not the greatest product, but I decided to make the best of it with a little ambition and creativity. January 5, 2017
Rated 4 out of 5by SOLIDLY BUILT MACHINE WITH SOME MINOR DESIGN FLAWS This is a good machine, I paid $99.00 for it and to me it was a steal especially since I didn't have to order online for it. I have read some of the reviews and some are dead on such as the comfort level as it relates to height. I am 5'7" and I have had some issues with the adjustment of the machine. I am able to work out my entire core and I purchased a medicine ball to increase resistance. It is sturdy, but the handle is steel tubing even where it connects to the bench. In my honest opinion, that part should have been rectangular and designed to snuggly fit into the beches slot to increase stability and some confidence in the sturdiness of the bench, especially when doing dips. So what happens is that there is a large amount of pressure placed onto the bolt rather than the frame. I will probably find a tube washer that the bolt will fit into and will fit into the tub and this will more than likely solve that problem. However, for now, it's pretty good. Another thing, make certain you use the extra washers on the handle/tubing connection. It's tricky, but worth it. I used 4 on each bolt, 1 from the bolt head, 1 on the inside of the handle casing, 1 on the other side of the tube and then finally 1 at the nut. Makes for a really snug fit. Another important thing to add is that this requires a heavy duty mat if you intend to place this on anything other than a carpet. There are no rubber grip feet on this machine and it will do some serious damage on non-carpeted floors. And most importantly, it does fold. July 4, 2016
Rated 1 out of 5by This is a piece of junk! This item is being returned this weekend. It is a piece of junk! The stability and quality of this product is infuriating! I had high hopes for this piece of equipment too. April 20, 2016
Rated 4 out of 5by 5'4" Female too short. This bench is stable bUT needs more adjustments to accommodate women's stature. At 5'4" I was too short. I was falling out of the foot holds. I am a Personal trainer with a BS in exercise science so very comfortable/knowledgeable with hyper extensions. If your short...pick another product. December 27, 2015
Rated 4 out of 5by Great for Home or Office Have been eyeing this product and similar ones . All seem to be the same money but was fortunate to get this one for $50 on sale at Dick's easily easily assembled sturdy exactly what I thought it would do would definitely recommend it from home or office definitely serves the purpose May 19, 2015
Rated 3 out of 5by Average product The handles are loose. There was one set of nut and bolt for padded leg brace not two. Product feely a little flimsy March 14, 2015
Rated 4 out of 5by GOOD Product It is sturdy and performs as expected. The support arms pivot a bit because of the design but overall it is a solidly built product and I am happy with my purchase. Only way to make it better is to use heavier gage steel and secure the support arms to prevent slight pivot in normal use. January 15, 2015
Rated 3 out of 5by Good equipment. Could be better. The hyper bench is solidly built, easy to assemble, and allows you to perform a vital core/lower back movement. In that, it fulfills my required purpose. That said, the angle between pad & front support leg should be more acute. The angle between the front & rear support legs should be more obtuse. The configuration makes it difficult to hook your lower legs under the leg rest as you perform back extensions. Gravity instead drives your feet toward the floor, makes it a bit awkward to perform the movement & lessens the involvement of the hamstrings, which may or may not be a negative for some folks. I was able to get around this by placing a 1' long 2x4 on the floor in front of the rear leg support. My feet rest on this & this allows my lower legs to hook under the leg rests as intended. Note that I am of average height (5'9") & have the support pad at its lowest possible setting. Again, it does what I need. It just could have been designed better. January 15, 2015
Rated 2 out of 5by Not for us shorties I do like it but I'm so short that i have to stand on the ankle supports with the main part all the way down so I'm hyper extending my knees to force my body against the pad to get the job done. I only recommend if your tall. January 8, 2015
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