Marcy Multifunction Steel Home Gym 150lb Stack MWM-988
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- STEEL CONSTRUCTION - This home gym system is made of heavy-duty 14 gauge steel tube frame and vinyl coated for extra durability with a total weight of 150 lbs. Change your settings by simply inserting the weight pin into your desired weight and lift.
- DUAL FUNCTION PRESS ARM - This press arm has two settings: vertical butterfly and chest press. When set to vertical butterfly, each press swings individually to strengthen the muscles while switching to chest press is easy by inserting the pin and lift.
- DOUBLE PULLEY STATIONS -Two separate lateral bars give you different options to strengthen your muscles. The pulley system allows easy weight lifting by using the lateral bars for pull ups, pullovers, pulldowns, and pulley rows to build your body muscle
- EASY LEG WORKOUTS -With thick foam roller padding and a dual function leg developer that comes with a pivot point for a comfortable workout, the low pulley can be used for leg workouts via pulls with the foot wrap that can be attached to the leg developer
- REACHER CURL BICEP PAD - This bicep pad is fully adjustable. Use it to pump some iron or use it with the lower pulley in a seated position. Perform barbell and hammer curls with ease without putting too much strain on your back.
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Experience a complete body workout without even having to leave the sweet comforts of home! This heavy-duty home gym system comes with loads of features to help you sculpt the body you’ve always wanted…and then some!
This home gym system is made out of a heavy-duty 14 gauge steel tube frame. Protective stack covers can be found on the weights for added durability. The tough frame can fully support 150-pound weights that are in constant motion. The entire home gym comes unassembled but it is easy to put together as all the required hardware is included along with instructions.
This machine comes equipped with a dual function press arm, adjustable preacher bicep pad with roller pads, an adjustable butterfly attachment, and leg developer, and Station. Target specific muscle groups for a more intense workout to help build muscle and improve overall physique. The press arm and vertical butterfly has independent movement and is great for upper-body exercises such as chest and pec fly pressing. The lat bar is perfect for pulldowns which can target both the chest and the back while building shoulder strength. For dedicated bicep workouts using dumbbells or weights, the adjustable preacher curl bicep pad keeps you in a comfortable position and doesn’t add any unnecessary strain to your body.
You won’t have an excuse for missing out on leg day with the dual function leg developer that allows you to add some muscle your lower body. The pivot point is designed to align the knee joints when moving to help keep them in a proper position. This also helps avoid any awkward leg positions which can lead to injury. All these stations are covered with contoured foam roller pads for added comfort and grip especially as you begin to sweat.
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Assembly was easy. Took me a little under 3 hours, by myself, both timse. I don't understand any review stating it takes all day, or is difficult, etc. Instructions are blow out style pictures and easy to follow. Listed hardware on each step don't always match what they picture (listed will say 4 washers, but photo clearly shows 8, etc) but it's irrelevant. Follow the pictures. It all works out in the end.
Package arrived kind of abused, but materials are strong inside and no damage occurred. Packaged well and can withstand a "rough" delivery.
I'm 6'3" with a tall torso for my height, and have no problems using the machine. I've seen some reviews saying it's too small for 6' and above. I disagree. Just because the pull down bar comes with a long chain doesn't mean you need to use the entire length. I use half the length of the chain and can get full movement on pull downs.
Hope this helps someone out there. In my opinion, the only better machines out there are the much bigger machines (which I would of bought if I had the space). The 988/990 are the best bang for the size, being the best bang for the buck is a bonus.
I'll start out by saying that it arrived completely undamaged, unlike other reviews, and had all of the pieces. Nothing was bent, scratched or dented.
The instruction manual is a pain in the tush, as it's not the most clear and some steps are missing. I'll give you some pointers here:
1. When you're building the chest fly bars, for example, the instructions fail to tell you to pull the proper number of parts two assemble both bars. When you get to that part, double your parts. This happens a few times in the manual, so be prepared for it.
2. The first step of the pulley assembly is reversed in the manual from the way you probably have your machine setup, so keep that in mind.
3. If you have a socket wrench, use it. If you don't have a socket wrench, you might want to think about going out and getting one because it made my assembly that much faster.
Now, when it comes to the assembled machine, I'll start out by saying a few things. First off, I asked in the questions area before purchase if this machine was strictly weight or if the pulley resistance was a factor. Someone told me that it was just the 150 pound weight stack, which is incorrect. One of the two manuals that you receive gives you the approximate weight and resistance combo whether you're using the leg developer, the chest press, etc. It is NOT strictly 10lbs per plate that you're lifting.
The machine feels sturdy and actually seems to fit me really well at 5'4". I removed the chain from the lat bar and directly connected it to the carabiner and cable, as the chain made it way too low for me and virtually useless. My workout today included use of the lat pull downs (I sat backwards in the seat and felt fully stable) and lat pull overs, which I stood for. Both were smooth. I tested out the chest press, flyes, and leg developer attachment, all also smooth. I have yet to attempt any seated rows using the lower cable or anything along those lines, so I'm not sure what my range of motion will be without hitting the weights on the top of the stack.
I consider myself to be an intermediate-advanced weight lifter for a woman, and this machine was actually a really affordable addition to my home gym. I'm curious to see how long it will last in the long run, and I'll definitely update my review should anything change.