How big is the Powertec Multi System?
120.1 x 73.3 x 80.5 inches
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|Item Dimensions LxWxH||120.1 x 73.3 x 80.5 inches|
|Item Weight||424 Pounds|
How tall is the Powertec Workbench?
Space: The machine measures `6.5 feet Long x 3.5 feet Wide x just over `7 feet Tall.
How much does the Powertec Workbench Bar Weigh?
Product Weight: 291.0 lbs.
Are Leverage Gyms any good?
However, don’t get me wrong-this Body-Solid Leverage Gym is definitely on the list of must have’s if you are tight on space and still want to get a piece that can pretty much do it all. The piece itself is of very high quality and very durable. The pads are comfortable when working out and are tear resistant.
Can you do pull ups on the Powertec Levergym?
The Powertec Levergym-Chin/Dip Assist (L-CDA20) is designed to provide an intense workout while eliminating strain on your lower back. By doing pull-ups chin-ups and dips, you can effectively and efficiently build muscles in your arms, shoulders and back.
How to use your weight bench?
Ways to Add 40lb to your Bench Press. The advice is from Jeff from Athlean-X and KC Mitchell.
How to do weight bench exercises?
Start in the same position as the one-arm dumbbell row,standing bent over beside your bench with one hand and knee up on the cushion.
What is weight lifting bench?
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Who is Powertec?
Powertec is the pioneer and leader in innovative strength equipment. Headquartered in southern California, and with operations in the United States, Europe and Asia, Powertec continues to design and produce a full line of innovative strength equipment for home and light commercial use.
How much does the Powertec Levergym weigh?
|Dimension (L x W x H) (inches)||81.4″ x 57.5″ x 81.7″|
|Starting weight (unloaded)||30 lbs.|
|Max Weight Capacity||500 lbs. for press arms, 300 lbs. for cable lat|
Is Powertec tools a good brand?
4.0 out of 5 stars Best all around value for the money & quality. I just started using the Powertec workbench system for about 2 weeks and I overall really like the machine. I lift a moderately heavy amount of weight and have always used free weights with just machines for finishing exercises.