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Marcy GS99 Dual Stack Home Multi Gym with Floor Matting £649 Delivered @ Costco
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Marcy GS99 Dual Stack Home Multi Gym with Floor Matting £649 Delivered @ Costco

£649.99£844.9723%Costco Deals
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If you've got room for something like this it may be worth considering. You can do plnety of different exercises using this, such as preacher curls, lat pulldowns, chest press, tricep pushdowns, leg curls, shoulder press and more (List in the info below)

With this, you get 12z 12mm thick 60x60cm flooring tiles to go underneath.
You can't buy this in store as it's delivery only. I can't imaine it's much fun to cart home in an average car anyway

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The corner design of the GS99 is a fantastic space saver, whilst the dual station design enables two people to exercise at the same time. Two 65kg solid stacks target a shoulder and leg press on one side, and a chest press, pec dec and high/low pulley system on the other. This blend of exercise stations provides bountiful options for heavy compound and lighter isolation movements for your whole body.

As with all Marcy strength equipment quality is paramount, this gym has been designed to withstand heavy use so it needs components that are up to challenge. It uses 500mm thick steel, 10cm sealed bearing pulleys and 2000lbs tensile strength aircraft cables to ensure the GS99 feels safe, smooth and robust for years to come. This also includes Gym Floor Matting (enough to allow the Multi-gym to be placed on).

Features:
  • Dual stack design allows two people to exercise at the same time
  • 2 x 65kg solid vinyl weight stack with selector pin
  • 14 weight plates, weight approx 4.5kg each, for small incremental weight increases, selector plate on the top weighs 3kg
  • High pulley system that takes interchangeable gym attachments and lat bar holder
  • Low pulley system that takes interchangeable gym attachments
  • Independent chest press systems follows the bodies bio-mechanical alignment for a natural feel
  • Independent shoulder press has an adjustable seat height with a maximum resistance of 58kg
  • Independent pec, dec and arms have a 3 angle position, for increasing width and definiton in the chest and rear shoulders
  • Leg extension pivot point follows natural bio-mechanics for correct motion
  • Preacher curl arm pad has 2 height adjustments for greater range of motion
  • Foam roller pads with high density foam used on the leg extension
  • Clip on chains that can be used to adjust the length of the gym attachments
  • Seat pad station 1 is a fixed position, where as seat pad station 2 is adjustable to 3 different heights
  • Exercise chart highlights popular exercises to cover all the major muscle groups

Specifications:
  • Compatible Floor Types: concrete, wood, mats and carpets
  • Resistant To: scratch resistant, sweat resistant, mildew resistant, rust resistant, tear resistant and odour resistant
  • Paint Finish: powder coated chip resistant finish
  • Upholstery: 2.5" thick box stitched padded upholstery for support and comfort
  • Cables: 2000lb tensile strength aircraft cables for long lasting use
  • Pulleys: 4" pulleys with sealed ball bearings for ultra-glide feel
  • Guide Rods: solid steel 1" diameter
  • Maximum User Weight: 140kg
  • Assembled Dimensions: H 208 x W 182 x L 213 cm
  • Assembly Time: 9-11 hours

Gym Attachments Included:

  • Curved lat pull-down bar with multi position anti-slip grips
  • Short straight bar with anti-slip grips
  • Single d-handle with foam grip
  • Ankle strap with velcro adjustment

Weight Plate Increments:
  • Plate 1: 7.5kg
  • Plate 2: 12kg
  • Plate 3: 16.5kg
  • Plate 4: 21kg
  • Plate 5: 25.5kg
  • Plate 6: 30kg
  • Plate 7: 34.5kg
  • Plate 8: 39kg
  • Plate 9: 43.5kg
  • Plate 10: 48kg
  • Plate 11: 52.5kg
  • Plate 12: 57kg
  • Plate 13: 61.5kg
  • Plate 14: 65kg

Exercise Capabilites:
  • Chest: chest press, pec dec, single-arm crossover, pullovers
  • Back: lat pulldown, seated row, reverse grip row, single arm row
  • Shoulders: shoulder press, lateral raise, front raise, rear flyes, shrugs
  • Biceps: preacher arm curls, straight arm curls, high cable curls, close grip chin up pulldowns
  • Triceps: tricep pushdowns, single handle pulldowns, tricep extensions, kickbacks
  • Legs: leg press, leg curls, leg extensions and abductor extensions
  • Abs: cable woodchops, side raises, high pulley crunches

Marcy Floor Matting Dimensions:
  • Total Tiles Included: 12
  • Edging Strip Included: 20
  • Tile Dimensions: L 60 x W 60 cm
  • Thickness: 12mm
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ULTIMATE clothes hanger..
Cheaper to just to let yourself go. Once you get used to being a bit out of shape, it's not too bad
Once I clear the SM dungeon I will get one of these
Not a bad price, but if you do stick with regular training then most people will need more than 65kg eventually. A rack (or Smith Machine) and barbell could have more than enough weight for most people added, would take up less space, and could likely be had for similar money - or way less secondhand.

If this gets people exercising, or is useful alongside heavier weights for compound lifts, it looks like a decent price
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ULTIMATE clothes hanger..
Once I clear the SM dungeon I will get one of these
I've actually got one of these in my garden room and it's great, but absolutely massive. The dimensions are misleading you need much more space around it.
That's a whole years membership at Bannatyde Spa. Swimming pool, jacuzzi, Steam and Sauna included
Not a bad price, but if you do stick with regular training then most people will need more than 65kg eventually. A rack (or Smith Machine) and barbell could have more than enough weight for most people added, would take up less space, and could likely be had for similar money - or way less secondhand.

If this gets people exercising, or is useful alongside heavier weights for compound lifts, it looks like a decent price
I have a Marcy multigym. It is the single version, not the double like this one. Easy for people to slate this type of equipment but I find it is great to recreate gym machines such as lat pull down, shoulder press, bicep curl, ... I use it alongside free weights at home. Fine for what it is and I have added accessories such as a rope attachment for tricep pushdowns. The weight stack cable goes through various pulley routes to increase and vary the resistance for each exercise point. Bought it second hand for a fraction of the price around 8 years ago. It has lasted well, great build quality.
Excellent product - easily assembled and very sturdy
Still waiting for these are too light, look how strong I am comments
jocalob57221/01/2020 03:12

Excellent product - easily assembled and very sturdy


Easily assembled? You must be an oxford graduate engineer!

This looks like it will take a year to put together
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gg1pl21/01/2020 07:49

Still waiting for these are too light, look how strong I am comments


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andisitadeal20/01/2020 13:01

Not a bad price, but if you do stick with regular training then most …Not a bad price, but if you do stick with regular training then most people will need more than 65kg eventually. A rack (or Smith Machine) and barbell could have more than enough weight for most people added, would take up less space, and could likely be had for similar money - or way less secondhand. If this gets people exercising, or is useful alongside heavier weights for compound lifts, it looks like a decent price



As Stev412 says - the pulleys increase the force you need - so you pushing 30cm say, moves the weight 60cm, doubling the 'weight' you are doing.
The leg press looks to be 4x.

Me, I'd get a second hand power cage with a pulley and some Olympic weights for that money/space.
Cheaper to just to let yourself go. Once you get used to being a bit out of shape, it's not too bad
£649.99 divided by £10.50 per mixed grill equals just short of 62 mixed grills.
Ok to train your toes with lol
_g_21/01/2020 08:42

As Stev412 says - the pulleys increase the force you need - so you pushing …As Stev412 says - the pulleys increase the force you need - so you pushing 30cm say, moves the weight 60cm, doubling the 'weight' you are doing. The leg press looks to be 4x.Me, I'd get a second hand power cage with a pulley and some Olympic weights for that money/space.


Sounds neat. Would that effectively multiply the weight by 2x or 4x? And no issues with ROM for taller users?
Power Rack/bench /olympic weights all you need imo and cheaper. Add some rings /dumbells and your laughing. That's what I use doubt I'll ever use a gym ever again to be honest.
andisitadeal21/01/2020 11:08

Sounds neat. Would that effectively multiply the weight by 2x or 4x? And …Sounds neat. Would that effectively multiply the weight by 2x or 4x? And no issues with ROM for taller users?



Yes - and typically they will be setup so that the specific movement is limited to that amount anyway.
Some weights stacks come with a selector option that allows you to manually double it regardless of what is attached - however if you double it and then try and use for something like a row, may find you do run out of ROM.
I bought an olympic bar and weights set, an adjustable bench and a power rack for a total of around £300. This was less than my years gym membership and it gets used more than my gym membership ever did.

Using free weights is also better for you as you use other muscles to stabilise the body while you lift.
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ketsunoanna20/01/2020 10:35

Once I clear the SM dungeon I will get one of these


Use mine as part of my SM routine.
Its good for women and the metrosexual modern man I guess.

As others have said, get some decent second hand free weights with bench, uses core muscles and you will have better balance and physique with enough left over to buy a crappy dyson refurb.
Have to agree with the other posts. If your spending this sorta money on home gym equipment you must be pretty serious about getting fit or droping a gym membership. I started of with a multi-gym, it looks like a lot of variety initially as it works most of the body, but its actually fairly restrictive if you want to change technique slightly or focus on a specific area. I also missed the free weigh aspects of a big gym too much and having it all would have been too expensive. In the end I flogged it and got a power rack, olympic weights turbo trainer for my road bike and a set of adjustable dumbbells (best thing I bought). My power rack is from Mirafit and it's a steady old beast thoroughly recommend them. If you have loads of cash and this is to supplement a big set up or you need specific fixed platforms to work from then fair enough if the resistance is suitable, but for value all round theres probably better cheaper small gym set ups to be had.
This is such a bizarre product.

Expensive, massive, built for accessory sets, yet has a tiny weight limit.

For the individual who wants to dedicate a room in their house, but not who has ever set foot inside a gym before. And who doesn't plan on doing it for very long. And who also will have to add additional equipment. For the price of 30 months in most Pure Gym/Better Gym/The Gym establishments.

If you're serious about building a home gym, avoid. If you're serious about starting the new year by getting in shape, avoid. If you're serious about filling your house with useless shit you don't need and will never use? Maybe this is for you.
Neobrown20/01/2020 12:26

That's a whole years membership at Bannatyde Spa. Swimming pool, jacuzzi, …That's a whole years membership at Bannatyde Spa. Swimming pool, jacuzzi, Steam and Sauna included


This will last many years....
Don't waste your money... Buy a rack and barbell, unless you have some impingement.
Cunning-Stunts21/01/2020 13:29

Its good for women and the metrosexual modern man I guess.As others have …Its good for women and the metrosexual modern man I guess.As others have said, get some decent second hand free weights with bench, uses core muscles and you will have better balance and physique with enough left over to buy a crappy dyson refurb.


OK Chuck Norris, tone it down. Presume the dyson is for wifey as real men don't do housework.
New Year new me
stev41221/01/2020 01:58

I have a Marcy multigym. It is the single version, not the double like …I have a Marcy multigym. It is the single version, not the double like this one. Easy for people to slate this type of equipment but I find it is great to recreate gym machines such as lat pull down, shoulder press, bicep curl, ... I use it alongside free weights at home. Fine for what it is and I have added accessories such as a rope attachment for tricep pushdowns. The weight stack cable goes through various pulley routes to increase and vary the resistance for each exercise point. Bought it second hand for a fraction of the price around 8 years ago. It has lasted well, great build quality.


I have the same, it is excellent.
ketsunoanna21/01/2020 17:35

OK Chuck Norris, tone it down. Presume the dyson is for wifey as real men …OK Chuck Norris, tone it down. Presume the dyson is for wifey as real men don't do housework.



I guess the Dyson referb remark completely flew over your head. I was not that cryptic.
For many of the exercises you can do on it 65kg isnt a lot and will easily be passed in a short time of training. Better with free weights and a bar.
I agree with some of the earlier comments, this is a bit lightweight .

I pull 747s with my teeth to keep in shape and keep a set of atlas stones in the shed for when I want to work the arms
The single 150lbs version is in store at reading Costco for 297.98 if that’s better for you
Was gonna grab one but my code wouldn’t Stack
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