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Marcy Eclipse HG3000 Compact Home Gym with Weight Stack, 68 kg £399.99 at Amazon
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Marcy Eclipse HG3000 Compact Home Gym with Weight Stack, 68 kg £399.99 at Amazon

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Product Description

The Marcy eclipse HG3000 is a compact home gym so it doesn't dominate your entire room however it still maintains a robust, durable feel with all of the essential training features. Both the high and low pulleys can use any of the gym attachments included, the high pulley is ideal for lat pulldown, tricep pushdowns and ab crunch with the low pulley better suited for seated rows, bicep curls and upright rows.

The chest press uses independent press arms to provide an equal resistance to both arms and can also double up as a pec dec too, the addition of a preacher pad and leg extensions covers your arms and legs for a complete body workout. The HG3000 happily displays a 68 kg solid vinyl weight stack which should be more than enough for starters and intermediate weight lifters as well, as with all Marcy equipment only heavy gauge steel frame is used to ensure that dependable, durable feel that Marcy have become so well known for.

Key Product Features:


- 68 kg/150 lbs solid vinyl weight stack with selector pin
- High and low pulley systems
- Dual function quick change chest press/pec dec combination
- Leg extension with high density foam rollers for comfort
- Arm curl preacher pad with two height adjustments
- Weight stack shroud for safety with exercise illustrations
- Clip on chains: Can be used to adjust the length of the gym attachments
- Cables: 2000 lb tensile strength aircraft cables for long lasting use
- Pulleys: 4 inch pulleys with sealed ball bearings for ultra-glide feel
- Maximum user weight capacity: 135 kg/300 lbs/21 stones
- Assembled dimensions (L x W x H): 172 x 91 x 210 cm (68 x 36 x 82.6 inches)
Gym Attachments Included:

- Multiple grip curved lat bar with foam handles
- Ankle strap with velcro adjustment
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Oh lovely clothes horse.
Honestly this is absolutely useless and you'll struggle to sell it once you either outgrow it or realise you bought an expensive clothes rack.

If you have space for this, you have space for a squat rack/power cage and bench. Alternatively just buy a gym membership.

Cold.
the__cat25/09/2019 13:37

It was this price 4 years ago.


that's good then seen as though things are getting more expensive
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In before the "68kg - a 3 year old child could lift that" comments
Oh lovely clothes horse.
centaurandrew25/09/2019 11:49

In before the "68kg - a 3 year old child could lift that" comments


Child? My hamster could lift that.

Seriously though, is 68kg low for this type of thingy?
banjomike25/09/2019 12:01

Child? My hamster could lift that.Seriously though, is 68kg low for this …Child? My hamster could lift that.Seriously though, is 68kg low for this type of thingy?


68kg should be enough for most people starting out.
banjomike25/09/2019 12:01

Child? My hamster could lift that.Seriously though, is 68kg low for this …Child? My hamster could lift that.Seriously though, is 68kg low for this type of thingy?


Tell your hamster to back off the steroids..

68kg is a bit low as given the size of it as you would want extra capacity so you could use it for a number of years if you really got into it.

Would be fine for many people though especially older people.
It was this price 4 years ago.
the__cat25/09/2019 13:37

It was this price 4 years ago.


that's good then seen as though things are getting more expensive
xstrio25/09/2019 13:40

that's good then seen as though things are getting more expensive


OK.
centaurandrew25/09/2019 11:49

In before the "68kg - a 3 year old child could lift that" comments


I was hoping all the family could make use of it!
I think this is the one my mate has, I didn't realise how light the full rack was when I was doing a chest press, thought I was Arni for a minute it is low but if your starting would be ideal.
The better option would be to get a gym pass, working out at home is a hard thing to keep up, even I hate doing press ups every morning but have to do them
People keep saying it's an alright beginner item but the fact is it depends on your goals.

If you want to get big than no you need more weight. If you want to add a some strength to say a cardo routine this could be ideal.

Show muscles v Go muscles.

I'm now in my 40s and prefer a calisthenics sort of physique rather than I'm struggling to tie my own shoe laces bulk.

If that's your preference too this could help isolate certain muscle groups, lower weight x higher reps = hypertrophy.
Edited by: "Nick_me" 25th Sep
Honestly this is absolutely useless and you'll struggle to sell it once you either outgrow it or realise you bought an expensive clothes rack.

If you have space for this, you have space for a squat rack/power cage and bench. Alternatively just buy a gym membership.

Cold.
68kg? LIGHT WEIGHT BABYYYYYYYYYY
They still make these?
It might seem like a good idea at the time, but there's no point in sinking £400 into such limited kit.

You'd be much better off buying a 250kg rated power rack (£180), an adjustable bench (£90), 100kg Olympic weight / 7 ft bar set (£170), and some Olympic dumbbells (£30).

£470, or less with discounts, and you have a garage gym set-up that will meet the needs of 95% of people's lifetime working out progression (subject to buying more Olympic plates down the line).
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Edited by: "Immoraliste" 25th Sep
jimferno25/09/2019 20:26

Honestly this is absolutely useless and you'll struggle to sell it once …Honestly this is absolutely useless and you'll struggle to sell it once you either outgrow it or realise you bought an expensive clothes rack.If you have space for this, you have space for a squat rack/power cage and bench. Alternatively just buy a gym membership.Cold.


But look at how jacked the guy in the picture is.
Immoraliste25/09/2019 22:00

It might seem like a good idea at the time, but there's no point in …It might seem like a good idea at the time, but there's no point in sinking £400 into such limited kit. You'd be much better off buying a 250kg rated power rack (£180), an adjustable bench (£90), 100kg Olympic weight / 7 ft bar set (£170), and some Olympic dumbbells (£30).£470, or less with discounts, and you have a garage gym set-up that will meet the needs of 95% of people's lifetime working out progression (subject to buying more Olympic plates down the line). .


That's a pretty hard core outfit.

I think its good advice to buy a bench to start with and see how much use you make of it.

I use to exercise using dumbbells. It was quicker than going to a gym.
Second hand weights and a bar. Roughly £1 per Kg
the__cat25/09/2019 13:37

It was this price 4 years ago.


lol ..you mean before Brexit bite.. I bought my laptop 3 years ago from PCworld .. 3 years later they sell worst spec for more thanks to £ price due to Brexit .
shwanko229/09/2019 16:45

lol ..you mean before Brexit bite.. I bought my laptop 3 years ago from …lol ..you mean before Brexit bite.. I bought my laptop 3 years ago from PCworld .. 3 years later they sell worst spec for more thanks to £ price due to Brexit .


Completely different.
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