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Marcy 3000 Multi Gym for £368.89 delivered @ Amazon

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Posted 20th Apr

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Yes this will undoubtedly turn into a clothes horse for some. However for those wanting a decent compact good quality multi gym at a reasonable advice this gym is one of the best available according to most online reviews. Normally £399 and has been that price for a while, now £368 so good time to buy for those interested. As you can see good reviews on Amazon, I bought this second hand yesterday as a little used one was available in my local area, I can confirm pulley system is nice and smooth, it feels like a good quality gym with thick cushioning on seat, back rest and thick padding on rollers.


Link is here, won't let me add the link to the deal for some reason:

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Surely you're better off investing in a squat rack, olympic bar, bench and some plates?
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Surely you're better off investing in a squat rack, olympic bar, bench and some plates?
YouTalkinToMe6 m ago

Surely you're better off investing in a squat rack, olympic bar, bench and …Surely you're better off investing in a squat rack, olympic bar, bench and some plates?


Yes if the person knows how to squat, knows how to spot and has friends on hand to make sure they don't kill themselves...
kevthewat1 h, 23 m ago

Or even a picture would be good .


Sorry was having trouble posting on my phone, would not upolad pictures from the link I was putting in and would not let me post with a link in either.


YouTalkinToMe6 m ago

Surely you're better off investing in a squat rack, olympic bar, bench and …Surely you're better off investing in a squat rack, olympic bar, bench and some plates?


Depends, I could not fit them in my room, whereas this would fit. I agree free weights are better in general but there are benefits of a multi gym over free weights also and the convenience of not having to mess to adjust weights for each exercise and the small footprint make this a good buy, for me anyway.

Pretty decent I think with some dumb bells thrown in. I wanted a Smith machine ideally but just not enough room for it.
YouTalkinToMe50 m ago

Surely you're better off investing in a squat rack, olympic bar, bench and …Surely you're better off investing in a squat rack, olympic bar, bench and some plates?


Don’t even need that, body weight is all that’s required and if you are feeling extravagant get some dumbbells with some weight plates to suit and a pull up bar.
If you have room, get a power cage/squat cage. It will allow you to squat and bench safely as it will have spot bars. Follow a good program like 5x5 StrongLifts, gradually build strength, nail on technique, plenty of quality videos on StrongLifts app and on YouTube. Also film yourself doing lifts to make sure you aren’t doing it wrong. Squats and deadlifts are the staple of a strong body and core, can’t do these lifts on a machine.

I have my cage in my garage where I can safely train alone. Cage also has pull/chin up bars and dip bars. I then have a dip belt so I can add weight plates for weighted dips and pull/chin ups.

Outlay for all this with a bench will be more than machine, but results will be much better, and you will actually get stronger, rather than the machine which may just help you biceps bulge for a bit.

My opinion anyway, having previously owned a machine like this and just hanging clothes on it.

Or, use your money to join a good gym.
This is the equivalent price to 26 months gym membership. Just can't see the value!
Probably good for hanging your clothes on, which is all mine did after a few months.
Big_Rik20/04/2019 11:50

Probably good for hanging your clothes on, which is all mine did after a …Probably good for hanging your clothes on, which is all mine did after a few months.


Name doesn't denote muscle size then
theskippies3 m ago

Name doesn't denote muscle size then


Depending on which muscle?
Don't forget to buy a mirror and a vest so you can take selfies after a 20 min work out to impress all your little Facebook friends , using hash tags like #Gains #Gimp #Ilovestreriods
YouTalkinToMe5 h, 8 m ago

Surely you're better off investing in a squat rack, olympic bar, bench and …Surely you're better off investing in a squat rack, olympic bar, bench and some plates?


Agreed but you wouldn't get all that for that price, I have a rino squat rack with oat pull down, dip bars, low row pulley etc it's awesome £230 from eBay but it's the plates that are ridiculous cost
hang on a month... be someone selling there's for 70 quid
mw774 h, 23 m ago

If you have room, get a power cage/squat cage. It will allow you to squat …If you have room, get a power cage/squat cage. It will allow you to squat and bench safely as it will have spot bars. Follow a good program like 5x5 StrongLifts, gradually build strength, nail on technique, plenty of quality videos on StrongLifts app and on YouTube. Also film yourself doing lifts to make sure you aren’t doing it wrong. Squats and deadlifts are the staple of a strong body and core, can’t do these lifts on a machine.I have my cage in my garage where I can safely train alone. Cage also has pull/chin up bars and dip bars. I then have a dip belt so I can add weight plates for weighted dips and pull/chin ups. Outlay for all this with a bench will be more than machine, but results will be much better, and you will actually get stronger, rather than the machine which may just help you biceps bulge for a bit.My opinion anyway, having previously owned a machine like this and just hanging clothes on it.Or, use your money to join a good gym.


This is my setup. Have done stronglifts on and off for several years. Gained a lot of muscle and strength and improving all the time. Just remember to eat enough.
Edited by: "robertvan1" 20th Apr
mw774 h, 26 m ago

If you have room, get a power cage/squat cage. It will allow you to squat …If you have room, get a power cage/squat cage. It will allow you to squat and bench safely as it will have spot bars. Follow a good program like 5x5 StrongLifts, gradually build strength, nail on technique, plenty of quality videos on StrongLifts app and on YouTube. Also film yourself doing lifts to make sure you aren’t doing it wrong. Squats and deadlifts are the staple of a strong body and core, can’t do these lifts on a machine.I have my cage in my garage where I can safely train alone. Cage also has pull/chin up bars and dip bars. I then have a dip belt so I can add weight plates for weighted dips and pull/chin ups. Outlay for all this with a bench will be more than machine, but results will be much better, and you will actually get stronger, rather than the machine which may just help you biceps bulge for a bit.My opinion anyway, having previously owned a machine like this and just hanging clothes on it.Or, use your money to join a good gym.


Agree to a point , having trained in all ways from a £20 Argos set to a full Cage Setup and now being lucky enough to have my own fully equipped gym 24/7 ( school caretaker ) .

But would always say use the best kit you can, but as a friend said to me years ago "weight is weight" ..........

Sorry but Bodyweight only training wont get you far......but better than nothing...


Or you could do a Milo............
good price tbh
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