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Powerline Roman Chair/Back Hyperextension
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- Roman chair/back hyper extension supports abdominal, back, gluteus, and hamstring training
- Two by two-Inch heavy-gauge steel construction with a wide base to eliminate rocking
- Electrostatically applied powder coat finish
- Measures 36 x 46 x 25-Inch (height x length x width) assembled
- 10 Year frame warranty, one-year warranty covers all other parts
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What We Like About The Powerline Roman Chair/ Back Hyperextension The Powerline Roman Chair/Back Hyperextension lets you train abs, back, glutes, and hams in complete comfort and safety. Your abs and lower back are crucial to your everyday activities, so you must keep them strong and tight to avoid painful injuries. Dimensions: 46L x 25W x 36H inches. Durable, 2 x 2-inch heavy-gauge steel construction. Extra wide base eliminates rocking. Electrostatically applied powder coat finish. Adjustable to fit most users. Supports up to 250 pounds. Manual inversion mechanism. Manufacturer's warranty included (see product guarantee).
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I have seen reviews of cheaper versions of this type of unit and it seems they tend to skimp on quality in areas that count, like how the ankle rests are anchored to the post, eg relying on friction from tightening a nut - dodgy IMHO. The powerline has a positive locking mechanism which feels very secure.
There are a couple of cons:
- The hip pads are small with square edges - a bit of rounding would help (but thumbs up for leaving a gap for my tackle).
- There isn't much holding the ankle pads to the bar - the grommets in the end of the pipe are a loose fit and fall out regularly as the pads shift with any lateral movement. One of the lower back stretches I find very helpful is placing my hands on the floor and gently moving my upper body side to side. The pads haven't actually fallen off so far during exercise but they do move and would so eventually if I didn't push them back home.
I am 5'9'', 150 lb and the bench feels very sturdy and I fit on the pads comfortably. My cat likes to sleep on the pads and has put their resilience to test! I cannot see even a hint of a scratch or puncture after a year of this.
My abs have never been stronger! Helps me to strengthen my core for bouldering (climbing).