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|Product Type: Hyperextension bench||Frame Color: Grey|
|Upholstery Color: Black||Frame Material: Steel|
|Angles Accommodated: Incline||Fitness Goal: Enhance flexibility; Strengthen core|
|Weights Included: No||Weight Bar Included: No|
|Upright Posts Included: No||Leg Lift Included: No|
|Leg Hold-Down Included: Yes||Arm Curl Included: No|
|Commercial Use: No||Country of Manufacture: China|
|Product Warranty: 10 years for frame, 1 year on all other parts.|
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Sturdy piece of Equipment
Portfolio Man from Dutchess County, NY– Verified Buyer
This heavy gauge steel exercise bench is well (and thoughtfully) engineered. Its use is relatively limited--it's not a multifunctional device--but for helping to develop the lower back, glutes, and hamstrings, it does the trick. I tend to have lower back problems, and when they flare-up, I shy away from using this bench. On the other hand, since having it-and using it when possible--I've found I have fewer of those flare-ups, which indicates to me that it's helping to strengthen this problem area of mine. The only negative is that the unit necessarily takes up quite a bit of space, which we happen to have in our pretty big exercise room; but since it doesn't fold up or otherwise compact, you should consider its dimensions before buying. Otherwise, no problems after more than two-years of ownership.
Susan from Ohio– Verified Buyer
It's great for stretching back muscles. If I use regularly my low back pain is gone!
Robert from Georgetown, PA– Verified Buyer
The only thing that I don't like is that you have to unscrew the bolt to adjust the height instead of a spring loaded bolt that you just have to pull out and it goes right in like the one I used at the gym. Other that that it's great!
christine from Los Angeles, CA– Verified Buyer
Bought this for strengthening lower back muscles and it hits the target areas immediately. Very easy to assemble, had a couple of my students do it and it took them about 20 minutes.