Everlast Folding Workout Bench with 50kg Weights £69.99 @ Argos
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Everlast Folding Workout Bench with 50kg Weights £69.99 @ Argos

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Found 26th Feb 2016
This Everlast weight bench offers strength training in comfort and convenience at home, 2 position back pad adjustment to help you isolate and develop all areas of pectorals; the adjustable-height bar catches put the body in an ideal position throughout the bench press workout, optimizing safety and maximizing workout time. Includes 50kgs weight sets, folding device to save storage space. Max User's Weight: 110kgs Max Weight Capacity: 50kgs
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Similar looking bench I bought from JAGO24 @ Amazon for £39 .Just an alternative if you'd rather spend the difference towards cast iron weights instead.
I am 16 stone and about 44" chest. Its very sturdy but the bench seat is a little narrow if you are a bit wide but It does me just fine.

amazon.co.uk/Adj…BSU
you ain't lifting bro with 50kg:p
50kg is perfectly suitable for someone starting out. decent price for bench and weights. thanks for sharing
rhinopaul

Similar looking bench I bought from JAGO24 @ Amazon for £39 .Just an … Similar looking bench I bought from JAGO24 @ Amazon for £39 .Just an alternative if you'd rather spend the difference towards cast iron weights instead.I am 16 stone and about 44" chest. Its very sturdy but the bench seat is a little narrow if you are a bit wide but It does me just fine.http://www.amazon.co.uk/Adjustable-Folding-Fitness-Exercise-Training/dp/B005Q64BSU/ref=sr_1_1?ie=UTF8&qid=1456494111&sr=8-1&keywords=B005Q64BSU


That is a much better bench
Only 50kg max, what's this for, little kids?
Great price by the way, so voted hot.
Great price by the way, so voted hot.
Have some heat , we all started somewhere , but would buy the adidas one at the bottom of the page if I were starting out again as it has preacher and leg attachments and about the same weight (45kgs)...... for the same price........

Pretty much what I started on 30 odd years ago oO and IIRC I dont think I could bench 20kg back in those days
Crumbz

50kg is perfectly suitable for someone starting out. decent price for … 50kg is perfectly suitable for someone starting out. decent price for bench and weights. thanks for sharing



I would completely disagree. After 6 months you will find this so easy and it will never be used again. Invest into something that can be used more long term.
Its always best to buy second hand. In the end of the day its iron.
My granny lifts more than this when she goes to iceland
every single person I know, who has owned one of these either ends up selling it or hanging washing on it, get a gym pass.
I'm sure all of these anterior dominant individuals favourite question is "how much do you bench" oh how the uneducated rate themselves. Pull your head out of your butt, and stop working bench and biceps every workout!
pew41

you ain't lifting bro with 50kg:p



What do you snatch bro?
ggilfedder

I would completely disagree. After 6 months you will find this so easy … I would completely disagree. After 6 months you will find this so easy and it will never be used again. Invest into something that can be used more long term.



Complete waste of money for most because they probably wont be using it at all after 6 months so bad advise imo.
I'm fairly sure the average adult can bench 50-60? At least after a very short term or training which makes this pretty useless if recommend against buying it...
another junk
These people saying this is useless obviously don't know that these can be used for more than just benching. But for any starter, I'd suggest these are ideal, starting small weights, twice a week after work over 6/7 months then you'd move up weights for sure. But slowly and steady and you'll achieve goals. Don't be deterred
valdik

Its always best to buy second hand. In the end of the day its iron.



Is this iron? You're right it's best to buy second hand if it's iron that is.
pew41

you ain't lifting bro with 50kg:p


looool, you must be an amateur >_>

50kg is fine and ample for intermediate or endurance trainers, who do full reps.

Jog on
did anyone buy this ? do you know how wide it is ? is the measurement on the site the width of the bench with the weights on ? the room I could fit it in is only about 130 wide, got a feeling the bar would be longer than that
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