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Olympic Decline Bench with Barbell and Plate Support (Commercial)
Note: The picture is for reference the original item is in Matte Black color.
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Add a commercial-grade Olympic decline bench to your home gym. This workout bench allows you to work on your lower pecs much more efficiently while practicing a decline bench press. The decline bench is well-built of heavy-duty steel with the latest technology that enhanced the frame density to withstand extreme weights. The weight bench is equipped with weight storage pegs that allow you to keep your weight plates well organized. Additionally, you can safely place the weighted barbell on PVC-coated hooks.
The seat of this Olympic bench is well-padded and covered with wear-resistant leather that provides an unparalleled workout experience. This gym equipment helps to relieve back pain by reducing the stress on your lower spine and shoulders. It is not only an ideal choice for any health club wishing to enhance or add to their available space but also a great option for any fitness buff looking to add quality equipment to their home gym.
- Comfortable Padding: This decline bench offers a thickly padded surface for strong, durable, and comfortable use.
- Versatile: Perform several upper and lower body exercises. This bench can also be used as the focal point for core exercises.
- Heavy-duty steel construction: It is built with heavy-duty thickened steel, with Max Load capacity and, no worry for stability.
- Fitness bench with many adjustable positions.
- Upright, flat, and decline settings.
- Weight holder offers easy access to weights.
|Size||88 x 63 x 53.5 inches|
|Adjustable Option||Leg foam face – adjust according to height and comfort|
|Tube thicken||3mm or 0.1 inch|
|Dimensions||88 × 63 × 53 in|
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