Body-Solid PowerLine Flat Incline Decline Bench
The Body Solid Powerline Flat Incline Decline Bench is specifically designed for all those fitness and bench press enthusiasts out there and all those new beginners who are looking to enter into fitness. The Body-solid Power line flat/ incline/ decline-folding bench is a remarkable workout machine.
It is simple in design yet very efficient. It is a good blend between functionality and class because apart from it being able to work very well it also looks like a well thought out idea that has been implemented into reality. It is a very good instrument to introduce newcomers into the world of fitness without scaring them too much with the workload.
However, like any other fitness machine out there, the Body Solid Powerline Folding Bench has its pros and cons.
The nuts and bolts
Not the literal nuts and bolts, although the Body Solid Powerline Flat Incline Decline Bench has a good share of those too. It has quite a few interesting features on it. I will start with the unique aspect of the bench.
It has a total of 7 adjustable positions; this starts all the way from a declined position all the way to the upright position.
This whole mechanism has been developed so as to make the Body-solid Power line flat/ incline/ decline folding bench much more versatile since it is simpler in its architecture than most of the other benches that you get in the market nowadays.
The angles that are involved from decline to the upright position go from 17 degrees and run all the way to 85 degrees. This allows the range of the number of your workout exercises to increase.
In addition to the 7 adjustable positions also allows for different muscle groups to use the bench.
Depending on your muscle group you adjust the angle of the bench so that you can be comfortable and maximize on your productivity.
The Flat Position
The Body-solid Powerline flat incline decline folding bench also has a flat feature as you can tell from the name.
The flat position allows you to do various exercises such as lifts if you have the additional gear. This flat state of the bench is very stable and so you can be sure that you will not be falling flat on your face any time soon.
Exercising On the Powerline Flat Incline Decline Bench
The Powerline Solid Folding Bench allows you to do several exercises. These include support chest presses and the shoulder press exercises.
It is also a very helpful machine when it comes to working with the dumbbells as well as barbells. These varieties just shows how useful it is despite how it looks at it at its first glance; do not judge a book by its cover, or rather do not judge a bench by the number of bolts it has.
And There are Even More Specs for The Body Solid Powerline Adjustable Bench
The Body-solid Power line flat/ incline/ decline folding bench has some very good specs. Here are some of the particulars that you should know about the Body-solid Power line flat/ incline/ decline folding bench:
- It is a multi-purpose bench for the dumbbell and barbell exercises.
- It is very easy to transport around and also very easy to place. Its easy mobility is due to the bottom transport wheels that have been installed on the bench and so whether you want to take it outside or to you bathroom or kitchen, literally anywhere, you can do it easily and fast without worrying about it causing any inconvenience to your floors.
- The ease of placing it anywhere however is due to its very convenient dimensions which make it an ideal portable bench. When you are using the bench it opens up and has dimensions of 57 inches by 16 inches by 18 inches; but when you are done with it and close it up it has dimensions of 57 inches by 16 inches by 9 inches. Talk about small.
- It weighs just a meagre 45 pounds and so if you miss out on doing your lifts, you can go ahead and use the bench, because it really is very conveniently light weighted.
- It has a very sturdy and grounded support which despite its 45 pound weight very easily supports a person’s weight.
- Like most of the benches that are manufactured in this era, it has a locking bar for the feet. During certain exercises that do not involve holstering of your feet upward, it is imperative that your feet remain planted firmly on the ground. This is so as to prevent accidents of falling off the bench and also to make sure that it is the right muscle sector that is being stimulated. The foot lock makes sure that your legs remain down on the floor.
Despite these features, the Body-solid Power line flat/ incline/ decline folding bench still has some cons which include the fact that the padding may not be very well secured as the manufacturers would have hoped but this is just about it; not really a reason to write it off. It works very well enough if all you want is a bench for your garage gym.