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Linear Total Body Gym by Marcy

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  • Overall: 86" H x 79" W x 95" D
  • Overall Product Weight: 426lbs

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  5.0 stars
Incredible from Lake Stevens, WA on 11/11/2014 – Verified Buyer
Good directions, easy to put together for me, 99% by myself. This is gym quality, gym in a gym. All the features you will ever need. No need for a gym membership. Why waste time driving to a gym and have to wait to use something someone else just sweat all over. Especially with Ebola and other germs and diseases out there. For a family membership at the gym this pays for itself in a year and half. I am including cost of olympic weights. Want to workout alone with heavy weights. Use the smith machine and set the bar stop and no spotter needed. I get to workout with the family in the safety of my own home. Drawbacks: Takes a lot of space but well worth it. Takes 6 to 8 hours to put it together, again well worth it. Two sets of washers were marked what the other was, easy to figure out since they were in the same package. Missing 4 of the larger washers cost me $1 at local Ace Hardware store. Suggest to put down floor padding as I did. Floor padding cost me $60 from Walmart as they had the lowest price. You have to purchase an olympic weight set for this. I got the Weider 300 lbs olympic weight set with an extra bar for $199 at Sears as they had the lowest price. I will add that the leg developer would have to be manual unscrewed to remove it from the bench. I spent another $5 at Ace Hardware and purchased a 3/8" steel sleeve and pin that fit into the leg developer and made it a quick easy off so that I could free up room and make the bench less weight. I am always moving the bench because I use all facets of this machine and workout hardcore. I will also be purchasing some dumbbells from Sears, the Weider PowerSwitch 100 lb. Weight Set for $249 since they are the cheapest. I shouldn't need anything ever again. If you have the space then save time, gas, money and chance of contracting something from the gym and get this piece of equipment. Brings the family closer together and instills a healthy exercise routine for your children.
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  5.0 stars
Excellent Quality Machine from Lititz, PA on 07/25/2014 – Verified Buyer
I am extremely happy with this machine. The movements are very smooth and the construction and craftsmanship is excellent. Zero complaints. I still have an older model Marcy bench that has been used heavily for 10+ years with no problems and I believe Marcy products are designed well and made to last. The directions and illustrations are very adequate. The cables were a little confusing when assembling, but if you follow the directional arrows that are illustrated and do one pulley at a time it makes it much easier. Also, the hardware comes packaged in a flat plastic sheet that is labelled and I found that keeping the pieces in the packaging worked well-. I cut slits in each section to remove the individual pieces as needed as I went.
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  4.0 stars
so far so good from Caribou, ME on 01/23/2011 – Verified Buyer
I've only had it together for a week but have hit every body part and it seems like it will hold up. I have been training pretty heavy since 2002 and consider myself pretty tough on fitness equipment and this set up seems to be up to the task. I have always trained at a gym in the past but in order to save money on memberships and gas, not have to deal with people and shorten the total time I started researching possible quality home gyms...so far i think my search was successful...very smooth on the cable work and smith machine. Seems like the more weight you add the smoother it gets. I have a degree in fitness and wellness so one of my main concers is correct physiological movement for safety and optimum effectiveness and I feel both were taken into consideration when designing this. . I would say that i have 4 complaints...1. there are no wheels on the bench so taking it out of the way to do squats and such is more difficult than it would be with wheels and a handle(will be getting a seperate bench and leaving the bench that came with this machine out to the side); 2. the pads for the leg extensions and leg curls are very short so your feet have to be too close together(need to be at least 2 inches longer on each side so will be getting a longer bar that fits for the wider pads); 3. the handles on the bicep curls do not rotate so the grip rotates on the bar and twists off the ends of the bar...have to push them back on after each set(super glue); 4. not enough room for a spotter to get in behind you when doing things like bench press and similar movements on the smith machine which is important. With all this said, as a whole i would reccomend to others...just take your time putting the thing together and have a friend to help in order to do it right. They say up to 8 hrs for assembly...it's no lie, should say "at least" 8 hrs. My reccomendation to the manufacturer is have experienced trainers or long time gym rats use it for a couple weeks in order to find the small issues that make a big difference. Hope this helps someone make an informed decision. Train hard, train smart and God Bless!
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  5.0 stars
best bang for your buck! from DAVENPORT, FL on 01/18/2015 – Verified Buyer
as many others state, instructions are partially incomplete, have to figure some things out. the hardest part in the confusing mess of the cables that the instructions are incomplete. that being said, i still highly recommend this. i have older stuff at home and it is so nice with this as all exercises are so smooth and less stressful on my joints (i'm 53 and have been lifting for over 10 years so not a rookie who has no clue about gym equipment). took about 7 or 8 hours to assemble. not listed in description, unit comes in 3 boxes, the heaviest is 221 pounds so need help to unload from the truck. solid and well designed. this is good for new lifters and serious lifters. i had 2 small parts missing, a minor issue.
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  5.0 stars
Heavy Duty Gym from Fayetteville, NC on 06/16/2015 – Verified Buyer
The gym is definitely heavy duty and a lot more sturdy than most home gyms that I've seen. The only drawback to this gym is the time it takes to assemble. It definitely requires 2 people and the directions were not the best that I have seen. The pulley instructions were difficult to understand, but we managed to figure it out by looking at the illustrations in the manual. Also, the delivery took a couple of weeks to arrive which was longer than I expected from wayfair. Overall, I am pleased with the purchase and would buy again. Pros: Heavy duty material, overall look of the gym, variety of exercises Cons: assembly time, delivery time
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  4.0 stars
Pay attention to the reviews. It's a part finding party. from Georgia on 12/16/2014 – Verified Buyer
I'm currently putting it together with my 2 teenagers and my wife. I have all three looking for the next part while I decipher the instructions. Comes in three boxes and you will be jumping from box to box finding the part that looks like the one in the instructions because they are not labeled at all. On the bright side I am very happy with the quality of the unit as I am putting it together. I will follow up with an additional review after project WAYFAIR is completed.
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  5.0 stars
Great machine!! from South Lyon, MI on 11/07/2014 – Verified Buyer
I researched a bunch of different gyms for a few months and finally decided on the Marcy linear. This machine is better than expected. I got to try one out at a local sears and knew it was the one for me. Build time takes about 6 hours. Pretty easy build. Pullys and cables take some time. If you do everything right, it's a very smooth machine. The one at Sears had a few flaws. I highly recommend this gym.
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  5.0 stars
Money well spent!!! from Miami, FL on 05/26/2015 – Verified Buyer
Best machine ever!!! Hubby and I enjoy everything you can do with this machine...set up was a bit of a pain but the finish product is amazing! Would definitely recommend to anyone looking for quality exercise equipment...My friends won't leave my house now lol might have to start charging a gym membership fee :)
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  4.0 stars
Great Product from SEATTLE, WA on 06/29/2015 – Verified Buyer
it does the job when you're lazy or busy to go to the gym. if you want to get a little sweaty and a good pump then its a great product. Pros: Nice and Sturdy Cons: about 6-8hrs to set up doesn't come with weights, the bench bar doesn't have hand placement marks(measure it and put some tape on it),
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  4.0 stars
Impressive for the price from Arlington, VA on 04/29/2012 – Verified Buyer
Once I put this together it looks great and has alot of exercise options. Takes about 8 hours to put together - the instructions were great - amazingly precise but I recommend you go buy a 16mm ratchet wrench - if you try and put this together with a regular wrench you will go crazy. The wrench only cost $10. On the downside - the liner bearings are noisier than the ones in the gym - I am going to try silicon grease to see if that reduces the noise. And it is very very large - almost fills my second bedroom.
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Questions & Answers

"Hi. Does it come with the weights too?" — Donald
"Hi Donald, it does not come with the weights."
— Joe from Wayfair
"Would you happen to know the complete dimensions for the item assembled?" — Vera
"Hi Vera, the dimensions are 95" D x 79" W x 86" H."
— Joe from Wayfair
"Are there linear bearings on the guide rails?" — Brendan
"Hi Brendan, there are linear bearings."
— Joe from Wayfair
"Does the bench come with it? If so, what's its color?" — Sandra
"Hi Sandra, the bench comes with it. It is smokey black with a gold trim.The rest of it is gray."
— Joe from Wayfair
"Hi, does the bench recline?" — Ekseherada
"Hi Ekseherada, yes, this bench can recline."
— Jenn from Wayfair
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