Yukon Linear Counter Balanced Smith Machine
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- Linear Bearings
- 11 Guage Heavy Duty Steel Tubing
- Weight Bar Counter Balanced at 15 lbs.
- 15 Different Height Lock outs
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At the time, the model was white, not silver, but its the same exact in every other way.
Bench: Inclines, Flat, declines. Not to brag, or seem like a weakling, but my max is 315 lbs, and the machine is not even acting like its anything.
Military Press: machine performs great.
Squats: at over 400 lbs, its not the machine stressing! hahaha
I also love the machine for front and rear shrugs. they really pop those traps up!
I beat this machine, and it works just like the ones at the gym. Super smooth ball bearings, not the cheap nylon sleeve junk!
I removed the cables to the counter balance, so the bar is close to 60 lbs empty. I think it was 15 lbs counter balanced...just too light for me to warm up on anything....I also removed the safety stops at the bottom, so I can decline all the way down, the stops would not let the bar to hit my chest on declines. I also cut off the stop that would not allow the bar to be rotated away from the gun rack more than an inch. I like to rotate my wrists some naturally like I do on a real bench press. I also did not like the straight up, straight down approach. That was an unnatural movement, unlike real benching...so I put a few 5 lbs under both feet behind me, so its at a 5-7% foreward slope like a real press. I hope anyone who reads this can see, I punish this piece of equipment for the last 4 years, and it works flawless. I do spray some light silicon, like WD40, on the rails once in a while, so it helps quiet the ball bearings. I live in an apartment, on the ground floor, so I try in my own way not to bother the upstairs neighbors...just need some protein, fully charged MP3 player, and say goodbye to the next 2 hours! hahaha
of all my machines I own, this one is the most commercial, industrial made..for sure!
I can say...its HEAVY METAL MADE!