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When investing in your personal fitness it is wise to not ignore any facet of your workout routine. With the Marcy Diamond Olympic Surge Bench you will no longer have to leave the development of under-worked muscle groups to chance. Utilizing the four back pad positions allows you to pinpoint your pectoral workout while the adjustable arm curl support pad and arm curl bar make total arm exercises simple and effective. The seat and back pad operate on a slide track that place you in the exact positions to execute proper military and chest press exercises to keep you safe and increase the benefit of the workout. The contoured roller pads and dual-function leg developer make sure your legs are kept in the mix as well. One of the unique features of this bench is the inclusion of two bar catches on the rear of the frame which gives you the space and freedom to perform squats (an activity commonly relegated to large fitness centers now in your own workout room). The Olympic Surge Bench comes with easy to follow assembly instructions that will have you enjoying the advantages of this fitness system in no time. The durable steel structure and accommodating design give you everything you need to achieve a full body workout. Marcy Diamond Olympic Surge Bench dimensions 80'' L x 47.5'' W x 60'' H. 2''and 2.75'' 14 gauge square steel tubing. High density foam and accentuated vinyl upholstery. Contoured foam roller pads and adjustable curl pad. Bench accepts Olympic size barbell.
Five back pad positions: incline, decline, flat and upright help you isolate and develop all areas of pectorals; Puts body in ideal position throughout bench press workout, optimizing safety and maximizing workout time
Adjustable Bar Catch
Bar catch height is adjustable and allows for the bar to be reached in different seat positions to allow a safe and proper workout
High Density Foam
2 inches thick pads for added comfort and support to reduce fatigue during workouts
At the early age of 19, Walter Marcyan began training with barbells and soon after won the central AAU Light Heavyweight Lifting Championship. From 1934 through 1940, Walter Marcyan began entertaining audiences as a Vaudeville Strongman, performing incredible feats of strength and balancing acts.
In the early 1940’s, Walter Marcyan moved to Santa Monica, California where he began training at the newly established Muscle Beach: a famous training facility that still exists today and where many of the legendary pioneers of bodybuilding such as Jack LaLanne, Bill Pearl, and Arnold Schwarzenegger began their careers.
In 1946, Walter Marcyan opened the first of seven strength training gymnasiums, House of Health, in the Los Angeles area. He was the first to offer personal trainers to his members and emphasized the importance of strength training to men, women and children.
In the early 1950’s, Walter Marcyan participated in the first organized body building competitions. Based on his own personal experiences, Walter Marcyan began building his own strength training equipment for his gyms in Los Angeles.
In 1959, Walter Marcyan founded Marcy Gymnasium Equipment Company. Walter Marcyan believed that everyone should have the opportunity and the knowledge to exercise at home with their own, professional grade equipment. Walter Marcyan was an innovator and a visionary. His patented designs were years ahead of their time and still widely used in commercial and home applications today.
Now, 50 years old and still going stronger than ever, the legendary Marcy brand continues to make its mark by offering new and innovative products to consumers worldwide.
Very nice bench easy to put together and a very good product !!! Nothing broke and nothing missing !!! Very happy with my purchase !!! Read morePublished 8 days ago by Tommy Francis
Sturdy bench set, I have 300 lbs currently set on it. Holding up like a champPublished 11 days ago by Syed Abbas
This is definitely not intended for serious use. seat/backrest wobbles. threads and bolts are cheap. the metal is definitely not heavy enough of a gauge for Olympic....anything. Read morePublished 29 days ago by moshinoto
Like several other reviewers, my bench had defective parts, including a bolt with thread damage & a front stabilizer with bad threading. Read morePublished 1 month ago by M. R. Wells
Poor instruction manual. If manual followed to the diagram, not enough washers and bolts. Final assembled product does not seem very stable.Published 2 months ago by BCH
The bench is a little wobbly and I had to pound some of the open bracket things a little so they fit more snug, but for the price it's an ok bench. Read morePublished 3 months ago by Fred P.
Well constructed, sturdy. My 857 bench replaced an older version of this bench that also was equipped with a Lateral pull-down exerciser; the old bench lasted me almost 15 years,... Read morePublished 3 months ago by bill2406