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Marcy Smith Machine / Cage System | MD-9010G

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MD-9010G All-in-One Smith Cage Workout Gym Station System by Marcy

Are you looking for the absolute best home gym equipment?

The Marcy Diamond Smith Machine / Cage System MD-9010G offers an all-in-one workout station for serious home gym strength training.

A dual-function leg developer, press bar with sealed linear bearings, low pulley with a foot rest, pec deck station, high cable crossovers, free weight squat rack and a separate Marcy Olympic weight bench make this the ultimate piece of home gym equipment.

Work all major muscle groups safely and effectively with the included adjustable bar catches, safety stoppers and “Ultra-Glide” linear bearings. Unlike your average smith machine, the Marcy Diamond Smith Machine / Cage System offers pulley functions which operate with an independent motion system that accentuates each precision exercise executed.

Six Olympic weight plate storage pegs allow you to organize your strength training equipment while a compact and heavy-duty tubular steel design ensure years of use in your home own gym. This Smith Machine is truly an All-in-One Home Gym.

Cage assembled dimensions: 70” L  x 83” W x 86” H

Bench assembled dimensions: 75” L x 28.5” W x 47” H

***Note: Weight plates not included***

MD-9010G variety of features included with the machine

*Please Note: currently ships only within the contiguous United States (we do not ship to Hawaii, Alaska, military bases, or U.S. Territories / Possessions.) 

Orders that ship via freight / trucking can take over 14 business days to deliver. As we approach the delivery date, the trucking company will contact you at the phone number used to place this order to schedule a drop off date. The trucking company can only drop the order off curbside. (Does not apply to UPS / FedEx / USPS.)

Freight orders take 2 - 4 business days to be picked up, as a result, you will not receive the tracking number for about 3 days

Please feel free to contact us with any questions you may have - M - F 9:00AM - 5:00PM at 1-800-999-8899

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  • 5
    Marcy MD-9010G

    Posted by Daron Keel on Mar 16th 2019

    Assembly was really easy, but it does take around 8 hours. Instructions are easy to follow. The machine itself is amazing. It does a lot more than I was expecting it to do. I am very satisfied.

  • 5
    My home gym is complete!

    Posted by Ana on Feb 27th 2019

    I am extremely happy with my purchase. I've been working out for almost 6 years now and buying this was the best decision I've made. Of all the time I've worked out I have never been this sore and seen such fast results. My glutes, hamstrings, quads, chest, triceps and biceps are all benefiting from this. I haven't tried working on my core just yet but even then I see more definition there simply by doing squats and chest workouts. I highly recommend this product. This completed my home gym. I'm very very happy. Thank you!

  • 5
    Great System for Price

    Posted by Ralph on Feb 27th 2019

    Prior to purchasing this system, I was a regular in the gym for many years. After Hurricane Michael caused most of the area gyms to close, I started researching various at home gym options. I have had this system setup for a couple weeks, so wanted to provide some feedback on pros/cons of this system. Overall, this system is a great addition to your workout regime. With the some additional equipment such as Olympic bar, dumbbells, bumper plates, etc. you can perform same exercises as you could at gym.

    MD-9010G vs. Power Rack:
    I looked at quite a few power racks (half, full, wall mount) prior to purchasing this system from Marcy. This system does have some distinct disadvantages over a power rack, so you need to understand what your needs are. Unless you are a power lifter, I think you will be more than happy with the Marcy system.
    Cons: The biggest drawback is weight limit. Marcy system has a weight limit of 300 lbs – doesn’t impact most users, but if you regularly bench or squat over 300 I would recommend going with a power rack. The off-the-ground design adds stability, but size of metal frame, j-cups, and safety bar is not as stout as a rack from Rogue. My typical workouts are less than 300 lbs other that deadlifts. I do my deadlift off the ground to mitigate risk of putting too much weight on system. I have considered getting different j-cups that will fit this system so I feel more comfortable racking heavier weights. Many racks have pull-up bar, while this Marcy machine does not. I already had a dip/pull-up station, so not a huge deal for me.
    Pros: The biggest pro is the amount of additional features this system offers. This system provides a lot of exercise capability through the cable system, adjustable bench, smith machine etc. Between free weights and this system, you can do complete workouts for all muscle groups and similar functionality as going to gym.

    Relatively easy. The manual suggests 2 people, but I did a majority of assembly by myself. There are a couple steps, like initial assembly of frame, weight bar for smith machine, and holding pulley for cables that are easier with 2 people. The main assembly manual has pictures only and is easy to follow. The user manual has supplement text on assembly of cable system. I worked on assembly off/on for a few nights, so probably took around 3-4 hours total.

    Smith Machine:
    It is functional, but you have to remember this is not a commercial machine and it made for home use. The guide bars are smaller than machine you will use in gym. It isn’t as smooth and a little jerky compared to commercial machine, but you are getting an entire system for less than the price of a commercial machine. I like being able to supplement free weight exercises by doing shoulder press, upright rows, shoulder shrugs, etc with smith machine and this meets need. I am not a big fan of doing bench or squats with smith machine – I would recommend getting Olympic bar and doing those with free weights, but you could use smith machine if you wanted to. Will see how bearing hold up over time – with proper maintenance by oiling it should hold up fine.

    Cable System:
    This feature is what sold me on this system. The amount of exercises you can do with cable machines is endless. Marcy provides a list of exercises you can perform for someone just getting started, but there are many more. When I do a workout I typically mix up free weight and cable exercises. It takes a little while to get used to the resistance chart and plate weights on pulley system vs. pin selector on most gym equipment, but isn’t a big deal. Overall, very pleased with cable system. Comes with a majority of cable attachments you need to get started.

    Weight Bench:
    This is a multi-function weight bench and does have a slightly lower weight capacity compared to typical benches. The preacher pad is a nice addition. With the design of curl bar you do not get full extension on curls, but with an EZ-bar you can get full functionality. The leg developer is also a nice addition to your leg workouts. Bench is adjustable, so you can do a variety of exercises with it. Only negative I have seen is I like to do shoulder press on smith machine with bench back at 90 degrees – there is not enough space to get bench behind smith machine in this position.

  • 5

    Posted by Mark on Feb 6th 2019

    Good piece of equipment