A mid-size bench with huge workout potential - that's the Marcy Diamond Mid-Size Bench. This bench starts with a multi-position back pad that adjusts for incline, decline, and flat chest press exercises, and a sliding seat track adjusts and locks into position, too. For your arms, the adjustable preacher curl pad and bicep bar allow for targeted exercises, while the total leg developer targets your quadriceps, hamstrings, and glutes. You'll also get large-diameter, akimbo-style crutches with four press and two squat positions. Fits mid- and Olympic-size barbells (not included). Maximum 300-pound user weight capacity. About Impex Fitness Established in 1980, Impex Fitness is on the front lines of innovation in today's health marketplace. They specialize in home fitness/smith machine style equipment that appeals to the whole family and offers a complete workout experience. Impex encompasses a variety of brands including Marcy, Competitor, Hers, Easy Outdoor and Gym Dandy for children. Your family's health as their highest priority, Impex Fitness strives to develop the most pioneering fitness equipment available. Assembled dimensions: 82L x 43W x 60.5H inches. Tubular steel frame with high-density foam. Back pad adjusts for variety of chest workouts. Sliding seat track adjusts and securely locks in position. Adjustable preacher curl pad and bicep bar. Total leg developer and rear walk-in squat. Accepts weight bar sizes of 6 or 7 feet. 2-year manufacturer's warranty.
Squat catches behind the benchpress catches allow you to extend your lower body workout with the MD-867W.
Bar Catches and Adjustable Bench
Varying bar catches work alongside the adjustable bench height to comfortably provide different chest workouts.
The included leg devloper makes this much more than a regular utility bench. You're able to get a full body workout!
Focus part of your workout on your biceps with the included preacher pad.
Easily and conveniently store your weights right behind the bench.
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