Marcy Utility Flat Bench
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- FULL-BODY WORKOUT – The Marcy Flat Utility Weight Bench is a high-functioning workout equipment that lets you perform full-body workout. Build a better-looking physique by doing different exercises with this versatile bench.
- HEAVY-DUTY CONSTRUCTION –The high quality heavy-duty steel tube frame ensures steady support for the bench, and the high-density foam and boxed upholstery provides maximum comfort while you’re using it. This bench has a maximum weight capacity of 300lb
- SPACE SAVING DESIGN–Designed to fit in your home without taking up much space. Its heavy-duty steel frame is highly durable and designed to maximize your mobility. This equipment combines practical design and performance to make every workout efficient
- POWDER- COATED FINISHED – Reinforced with powder coating, this utility bench resists wear and tear from heavy use and strenuous workouts, guaranteeing you an excellent, long-lasting investment for your home gym.
- PERFECT FOR HOME USE – Get all the benefits of an intense gym session without leaving the house. This versatile gym equipment from Marcy lets you perform many exercises to target and build specific muscle groups in the comfort of your own home.
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Marcy SB-315 Utility Flat Bench
This multi-purpose utility flat bench allows you to perform a variety of exercises within a compact space. Increasing strength, toning your body and flattening your abs are a few fitness goals this bench will help you achieve.
Add free weights or exercise bands to your workout routine and burn fat while targeting most major muscle groups.
This bench features high density foam and boxed upholstery to firmly support the body. The 1.25 x 2.25 inch rectangular 14 gauge tubing with a durable powder coat finish will last for years to come and keep up with your active lifestyle. The maximum weight capacity for this bench is 300 lbs., which includes the weight of the user. WARNING: This product contains chemicals known to the state of California to cause cancer and birth defects or other reproductive harm. This product is not a toy and it’s not designed/intended to be used by children 12 years of age or younger.
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1.25" x 2.25" rectangular 14 gauge tubing with durable powder coat finish
High density deluxe boxed upholstery keeps the body firm during workouts
Easy to assemble and allows multiple exercises
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.
Constructed of high-density foam and boxed upholstery Heavy-duty tube frame and powder-coated finish Add free-weights or exercise bands for targeted results Constructed of 14-gauge steel tubing Manufacturer's warranty included (see product guarantee) About Impex Fitness Established in 1980, Impex Fitness is on the front lines of innovation in today's health marketplace. They specialize in home fitness/smith machine style equipment that appeals to the whole family and offers a complete workout experience. Impex encompasses a variety of brands including Marcy, Competitor, Hers, Easy Outdoor and Gym Dandy for children. Your family's health as their highest priority, Impex Fitness strives to develop the most pioneering fitness equipment available. Assembled dimensions: 43L x 14W x 17H inches. Multi-purpose utility flat bench for various exercises. For versatile use in a compact space. Targets most muscle groups to strengthen and tone. Weight capacity: 300 lbs.. Manufacturer's warranty included (see product guarantee).
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I hopped on for a few quick reps to test it out and found that it was incredibly solid - absolutely no wobble at all. My other FID bench has a tiny bit of wiggle that is a constant bother. With the indicated 600lb limit, this should be fine for heavy lifting for just about anybody. Unfortunately my compression socks were at the dry cleaners or I would have tested that limit. Maybe next time I'll update on the max capabilities. Finally, the padding was nice and thick and firm. I couldn't feel any bolts underneath, and it gave nice support - not too spongy.
One thing I noticed was that the user limit was 300lb, but the max limit was 600lb. I don't know how the bench knows if you're a 400lb guy lifting 200 or a 200lb guy lifting 400, but you probably wouldn't want to get those two hypothetical scenarios mixed up. If you're 305 and want to a bit of iron hoisting, I would suggest doing a bit of cardio and maybe some sauna first to hit that 300lb limit.
(Update: 09/30/2015) I see that some people have been having issues with the durability and/or stability of their units. Maybe some others have purchased lemons, but mine is still rock solid over a year later - no wobbles, no weld failures, and no problems with the stitching. The padding is also still very firm. This is with consistent 3-4x per week of use, unless it is holiday season where usage drops precipitously in honor of the festive spirits - both beer and bourbon. I still have yet to test that upper weight limit, but I'm getting the kangaroo leather inserts redone on my weightlifting gloves. Once those bad boys are back from the tailor and they are properly oiled and conditioned, I'll be ready to max out and give it a go.
It seems lightweight, but it is pretty sturdy when using. I got this for a particular workout program that I started and use it for a lot of step ups and step overs, jump over the bench and some free weight lifting. Have not had an issue with it to date. I am female, 5'5" 170 lbs and not lifting more than 20 pound hand weights, so take that as you will!
Will update after 3-6-9 months...
Only problems I had were easily fixed. I needed to contact Marcy for a replacement part because the screw holes on the frame were misaligned. They sent one at no charge to me. The rubber feet had a bad chemical odor. Since I had to wait for the frame, I let the feet soak in soapy water overnight, then soaked in water with vinegar for a few hours. Then scrubbed them with soap and let them dry outside for a few hours. This helped cut the smell dramatically.