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York G101 Vertical Multi Gym £199.99 (Was £349.99) @ Argos (+£5.80 p&p) + 1.5% Quidco £205.79

£205.79 @ Argos
Great saving if you are in the market for a multi gym and York are always good quality, selling for £319.97 at Tesco, £320 at Gymworld, £344.63 @ Amazon, so even with the delivery its nearly £120 chea…
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7y, 6m agoFound 7 years, 6 months ago
Great saving if you are in the market for a multi gym and York are always good quality, selling for £319.97 at Tesco, £320 at Gymworld, £344.63 @ Amazon, so even with the delivery its nearly £120 cheaper than most,

This multigym is the basic model in the York range and is aimed at the beginner who needs a good solid piece of equipment as a base and doesn't want to spend a shedload of cash.
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#1
http://www.argos.co.uk/wcsstore/argos/images/35-3356191A71UC546761X.jpg
#2
Looks good, just wonder where I can fit it!
#3
Good price- Voted Hot
#4
nice find
#5
Would need a hell of alot more weight. Only comes with 50KG. I do lat pulldowns at 80KG at the gym, and you can still load it over 120KG, quite a way over.
#6
Eez1
Would need a hell of alot more weight. Only comes with 50KG. I do lat pulldowns at 80KG at the gym, and you can still load it over 120KG, quite a way over.


What does this bit mean exactly, am guessing it makes everything appear heavier?

Maximum resistance of 100kg across all exercise stations, by York's new ratio system that doubles weight resistance
#7
Sounds like an interesting system. Can`t knock it if it has you pushing up to 100KGs. Thats more than enough for beginner, intermediate and advanced.
#8
Top price , the only problem is that I dont have the space for this . Voted hot
#9
Good price considering how much it originally was, however it seems a bit expensive for a home gym. I got one off ebuyer a year ago for £50 which looks to have the same features as this
#10
Thats a good piece of kit for the price.
#11
it is very good, but i go to the gym everyday, and i dont think the 50kg weights and 100kg resistance would do much for me i would much rather spend the money on a bench and some dumbells tbh but its still hot so heat added
#12
Hot deal, though you'd be better off investing in a powercage/bench or a bench and some dumbbells.
#13
Doesn't look up to the job for most people beyond beginners. Most people within a 6-12 months will outgrow most of the weight options on this (possibly bar the lat pulldown). Also, if its using a pulley system to adjust the weight being pulled, its not truely indictive of what the real weight is when go onto a real world gym elsewhere or replace it.

As mentioned already, I'd probably look into a bench and probably a power rack. Would cost more but in the long run (as long as you use it) more cost effective.
#14
Great I have been looking for another clothes horse lol

Voted hot:thumbsup:
#15
BuffMan
Hot deal, though you'd be better off investing in a powercage/bench or a bench and some dumbbells.


This.
#16
londonstinks
This.


Ditto


If you are serious, don't bother with this stuff. It has its place, but not if you want results.
#17
Is the G101 any different to this one:

http://www.argos.co.uk/static/Product/partNumber/3350544/c_1/1%7Ccategory_root%7CSports+and+leisure%7C14419152/c_2/2%7Ccat_14419152%7CHome+gym+equipment%7C14419293/c_3/3%7Ccat_14419293%7CMulti+gyms%7C14419314.htm

http://www.argos.co.uk/wcsstore/argos/images/35-3350544A68UC411746X.jpg

Same price AFTER the reduction but with better color (in my own opinion).

Both product don't appear to be on the yorkfitness website.
banned#18
Matt.Wild
Doesn't look up to the job for most people beyond beginners. Most people within a 6-12 months will outgrow most of the weight options on this (possibly bar the lat pulldown). Also, if its using a pulley system to adjust the weight being pulled, its not truely indictive of what the real weight is when go onto a real world gym elsewhere or replace it.

As mentioned already, I'd probably look into a bench and probably a power rack. Would cost more but in the long run (as long as you use it) more cost effective.

I would like to know what your routine is. How many calories do you take in per day?
#19
I do a 3 day split, twice a week. I take in between 3600-4500 cals a day :)
#20
Still around :)
#21

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