Good bench recomendations? decline/flat/incline/90

Discussion in 'Home Exercise Equipment' started by FaintReality, Sep 25, 2006.

  1. FaintReality

    FaintReality New Member

    I need a good bench for my power rack (ordered), and am looking for something that has several adjustments on the back as well as bottom where you sit. Prefer that it declines, but must be able to go flat, incline, as well as 90 degrees. Would also prefer to be able to add a leg curl attachment.

    Any recomendations would be greatly appreciated!

    Thanks, Dave
     
  2. Peak_Power

    Peak_Power New Member

    http://www.matrix-fitness.com/product....nch.asp

    This is the bench we have in my gym, its quite good, has a decline setting, flat,, 4 incline settings, and full 90 degree upright.

    Me thinks Matrix equipment is quite expensive though cause it looks flash, but at least it gives you something to compare against.
     
  3. FaintReality

    FaintReality New Member

    <div>
    (Peak_Power @ Sep. 25 2006,17:26)</div><div id="QUOTEHEAD">QUOTE</div><div id="QUOTE">http://www.matrix-fitness.com/product....nch.asp

    This is the bench we have in my gym, its quite good, has a decline setting, flat,, 4 incline settings, and full 90 degree upright.

    Me thinks Matrix equipment is quite expensive though cause it looks flash, but at least it gives you something to compare against.</div>
    I'll have to do a search and see what kind of price I can find on this bench.

    So far, I am liking the Ironmaster super bench: http://ironmaster.com/store....&page=1 Seems to have everything I want, and then some [​IMG]

    Thanks, Dave
     
  4. Peak_Power

    Peak_Power New Member

    Looks good, doesn't look very comfortable [​IMG] but will suit your purposes and is a good price.
     
  5. Diamyo

    Diamyo New Member

    <div></div><div id="QUOTEHEAD">QUOTE</div><div id="QUOTE">So far, I am liking the Ironmaster super bench: http://ironmaster.com/store....&amp;page=1   Seems to have everything I want, and then some  </div>

    I just bought this bench about a month ago, and I highly recommend it.

    Its very solid and with the attachments lets you do basically everything - decline, incline, dips, crunches, etc.

    My only complaint is that the seat can sometimes slightly cut off my circulation to my legs specifically during incline benching...so I now just set it to less incline and don't even bother with the seat.  I have big thighs though so may not be a problem for others.

    Anyway, its extremely versatile and I use it all the time now.
     

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