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.
Maximum Weight Capacities
- Maximum weight on Crutches: 300lb
- Maximum weight capacity (including user weight) on Bench: 600lb
- Assembled Dimensions: 74"L x 60"W x 64"H
- Please note: This item requires assembly
- 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
The Marcy Two-Piece Olympic Bench MD-879 is adjustable at several points for your convenience. Adjust the back pad to decline, flat, and incline angles to change up your workout. And, the barbell catch / squat rack and adjustable curl pad are height adjustable for your comfort.
Separate Bench and Bar Catch / Squat Rack
Unlike many Olympic benches, the MD-879 barbell catch / squat rack is not attached to the bench. Simply move the bench away from the barbell catch to use it as a squat rack.
Included Storage Space for Weight Place
For added convenience, the MD-879 Olympic Bench barbell catch has two Olympic pegs to store your weight plates and avoid cluttering your workout space.
Preacher Curls with Preacher Curl Pad / Curl Handle. And, Leg Extensions with Leg Developer
Use the preacher curl pad and curl handle for preacher curls. Preacher curls take better aim at your biceps than regular curls.
The included leg developer provides the option to do leg curls and leg extensions. Leg extensions are great for working out your quadriceps
Incline Bench Exercises - Incline Presses
With multiple backpad positions, the MD-879 provides a wide array of angles to pinpoint specific muscles. Incline Bench Presses target your chest muscles as presses do, however, the incline bench press focuses more on your upper chest muscles.
This product is not intended for commercial use.
*Please Note: MarcyPro.com 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
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I have had this setup for over ten years, I think more like 12 years I but cant remember. I found it while looking for a friend. This was my first home setup I have purchased and it is still going strong! It survived an old basement apartment, now it is in my own home gym! I have since upgraded my equipment with bench and cable machines, but I still use this rack for squats and shoulder presses every week, and I use the bench for lots of workouts. This set still looks brand new after years of heavy use, and I am 6 feet 4 and 230lbs.
(2/2 -- review copied from the other item I purchased) I am not likely the typical purchaser of gym equipment, but I probably represent the new normal. After 20 years of being nickeled and dimed by a national gym chain, the last straw was when they (under COVID) restructured such that the closest gym accessible under my membership level was a 40-mile drive one-way... and I live in suburban Seattle. So, I cleared out space in my garage and purchased this item, another item, and an elliptical. It was easy to assemble, though obviously you need to set aside some time given the number of parts. When I finished assembling all three items (in addition to free weights), I was able to do any exercise I did at the gym. With current gym membership prices, I will break even within two years -- after that, I will save money year-after-year. Couldn't be happier! And delivery was smooth -- despite trucking 1,100 miles up the Coast, COVID, and having to dodge massive wildfires that crossed I-5, I only found one minor scratch in a non-obvious location. That should make it clear that this was well-packed and well-shipped. I will leave it up to the dedicated fitness buffs to opine about the nuances of form and function -- but for the rest of us, you'll be happy with this item.
I bought this two-piece Olympic bench set at the end of October, and it arrived in approximately two weeks. The box was weighty as expected. It took me about 6-7 hours to fully assemble it by myself. I recommend doing it with a friend. Logistics aside, I love the bench very much. It is a solid piece of equipment and has held steady during my workouts. i love that I can do so many exercises on this combo. Good one Marcy!!! The only thing missing is a set of casters for the bench to make it more portable.