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Reviewing Weider Home Gyms


For most of us non-professional body builders the Weider Home Gyms can be a great addition to our exercising needs. Driving times, busy and active schedules makes this product a must have tool in the convenience of your own home. The Weider Home Gyms are not cheap but still priced much more aggressively than many of its counterparts. It may not be the best (not sure what that would require) but for most of us it provides all the features we need. Never has a exercise routine and regime been easier to maintain.

Features:

1.) High Pulley--Allows for fine tuning of your lats and back.

2.) Seat Material: 4-Position, Adjustable, Ergonomic--Perform a variety of different exercises with this adjustable bench, complete with an ergonomic, comfort-padded design.

3.) Adjustable Back--Allows you to adjust the back for increased support.

4.) Number of Stations: 3 Stations

5.) Length: 80 Inches

Product Description:

As Seen On TV. The Weider® Cross Bar Gym showcases a revolutionary CRS resistance system that delivers a full range of motion, for maximum strength training results. The Compound Resistance System provides a full 240 lbs of resistance (upgrades to 440 lbs) to accommodate any user. Enjoy the perfect weight distribution for any workout with the included bars, and add aerobic exercise to your workout with the built-in rowing seat.

Most equipment can be found on the internet and can be purchased as new or used. You needn't fear your choice as most all the fine folks that sell these products do a nice job in preparing the weider home gyms for your satisfaction. So enjoy your purchase and have fun along the way.

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