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Reebok Deck at Amazon for £109.38
Posted 14th Jun

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Get three position angle support with the Reebok Deck. You can use it at incline, decline and flat to perform a range of exercises. You can use it outdoors for boot camps as it is hard-wearing and water resistant. It has clips to attach resistance tubes for a varied workout and comes fully assembled. You can store weights and resistance tubes inside to save space around your home. Lightweight it is easy to transport and will help you get results. The non-slip, textured, rubber surface will help give you trustworthy traction during workouts.
In a class of its own. The professional reebok deck is a revolutionary, reconfigurable exercise platform which marks the latest evolution of the ever-popular original reebok step.
The reebok deck enables you to perform effective cardio workouts based on aerobic stepping, plus it can convert into a flat, incline or decline weight bench to add strength training to the routine. When used as a step, the deck’s height of 8 (20cm) is ideal for low impact aerobics but if you’re looking to increase the intensity, simply use the integral risers to elevate the deck to 13 (35.5cm).
This is versatility at its very best. With its natural inertia, low centre of mass and non-slip rubber surface, the reebok deck remains dependably stable and safe throughout every workout. And, compact in size, can be easily transported and stored away.
Add in dumbbells and resistance tubes using the deck’s integrated locators and you have a flexible cardio and strength option that’s ideal for personal trainers and studios.
It takes a mere few seconds to adjust the leg and back positions of the reebok deck with a simple click and lock mechanism. This is beneficial when used in time allocated gym classes.
Non-slip textured rubber surface. Hard wearing / water resistant. Multi-point resistance band connection. Dumbbell storage. Flat/decline/incline adjustments. Multi-functional.
Quick / easy adjustments.
Folds flat for storage.
Portable.
Non slip rubber feet.
Maximum user weight 150kg (23st 9lb).
Size H20cm, W33cm, D121.2cm.
Diameter 282.4cm.
Weight 12.6kg.
Supplied assembled.
Manufacturer’s 2 year guarantee.
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£110 for a plastic bench!!! You must be mad
I used this as a weight bench at a gym previously. I found it really uncomfortable
Edited by: "Smadmad" 14th Jun
steza1214/06/2020 09:08

£110 for a plastic bench!!! You must be mad


I’m not sure if this is a joke comment, but these are pretty substantial pieces of equipment. Really well built, very sturdy, quite a weight to them. It’s mainly made of plastic, but that doesn’t make it junk.
After a quick Google it seems this is a steal of a price....its what this site is all about.

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£110 for a plastic bench!!! You must be mad
I used this as a weight bench at a gym previously. I found it really uncomfortable
Edited by: "Smadmad" 14th Jun
Good deal
steza1214/06/2020 09:08

£110 for a plastic bench!!! You must be mad


I’m not sure if this is a joke comment, but these are pretty substantial pieces of equipment. Really well built, very sturdy, quite a weight to them. It’s mainly made of plastic, but that doesn’t make it junk.
After a quick Google it seems this is a steal of a price....its what this site is all about.

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Aren't the Gymnasiums going to be back open in a couple of weeks?
Edited by: "powerbrick" 14th Jun
Won't bite until it goes below £100 again.
powerbrick14/06/2020 12:23

Aren't the Gymnasims going to be back open in a couple of weeks?


Plenty of people like to work out at home - either to complement gym use, or instead of.

I have no interest in using a gym. Just a pool. I prefer callisthenics and body weight exercises - using outdoor/park gyms, pull up bars, doing press ups and leg raises in a park etc.

Gyms can be expensive, sweaty, unpleasant places.

Home workouts let you easily fit a bit of exercise in every day too.
Oof I bought this from Amazon for like £60 years ago.
Smadmad14/06/2020 09:09

I used this as a weight bench at a gym previously. I found it really …I used this as a weight bench at a gym previously. I found it really uncomfortable


I think it's more for stepping on and using resistance bands
steza1214/06/2020 09:08

£110 for a plastic bench!!! You must be mad


i borken last week a metal one in the joint area with extra weight !! so imagine this plastic
You won’t be able to train to the full extent than a normal bench! Plastic! I couldn’t think of anything worse.
Edited by: "Jase79" 14th Jun
Impoor14/06/2020 18:51

I think it's more for stepping on and using resistance bands


I had no choice but to use it as a bench as they were all being used. This is marketed as a step and bench. As a bench it's really uncomfortable. As a step its massively overpriced. I have a Mirafit adjustable step that I paid £35 for
Thanks op ordered
powerbrick14/06/2020 12:23

Aren't the Gymnasims going to be back open in a couple of weeks?


I hope so, but it's hard enough at the best of times to get on equipment, it sounds like they are going to be cutting users down by at least a third for space. I've no idea how they will deal with cleansing things like power racks. And I'd imagine the waiting/joining lists will be through the roof for gyms that do manage to open.

Unfortunately for me my gym is in my workplace, I'm currently working from home and I've been told I won't be back at work until after phase 4 ends... And as I'm in Scotland that'll probably a month later than England ends phase 4....i might not be back at work, or the gym I'm paying for, this year
Smadmad14/06/2020 18:55

I had no choice but to use it as a bench as they were all being used. This …I had no choice but to use it as a bench as they were all being used. This is marketed as a step and bench. As a bench it's really uncomfortable. As a step its massively overpriced. I have a Mirafit adjustable step that I paid £35 for


Agreed. I've used this at my gym as a bench and the problem is the little knobs/studs all over it. They are quite painful, especially if you are lifting a heavy weight. It's okay for standing and sitting on.
Something else to lay my clothes on
Looks absolute rubbish. My 30 year old bench is fine, but metal padded and has more adjustment, but like a tank. Currently used to store beers, coke, bottled water on top. Lol.
powerbrick14/06/2020 12:23

Aren't the Gymnasims going to be back open in a couple of weeks?


The what?
Jase7914/06/2020 18:55

You won’t be able to train to the full extent then a normal bench! Plastic …You won’t be able to train to the full extent then a normal bench! Plastic couldn’t think of anything worse.


Then a normal bench what?

Also, can plastic think? Wow.
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Wow looks like I got a good deal back in 2018 on this
steza1214/06/2020 09:08

£110 for a plastic bench!!! You must be mad



Rubber feet though.
old_mikefield14/06/2020 19:27

The what?Then a normal bench what? Also, can plastic think? Wow.


Ffs someone phone the Boring police!! I bet your a right laugh on a night out.
Jase7914/06/2020 19:45

Ffs someone phone the Boring police!! I bet your a right laugh on a night …Ffs someone phone the Boring police!! I bet your a right laugh on a night out.


*you're
Edited by: "old_mikefield" 14th Jun
Gosh, didn't realise there were so expensive.
Looks overpriced, the weight limit at 150kg means a 90kg guy can only bench 60kg on it. Within a few weeks of training most guys will be benching more than this so it's useless.
Jase7914/06/2020 19:48

And Grammar police! YOU’RE family must be really proud of you.


Maximum user weight 150kg (23st 9lb).
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rmax114/06/2020 19:57

Looks overpriced, the weight limit at 150kg means a 90kg guy can only …Looks overpriced, the weight limit at 150kg means a 90kg guy can only bench 60kg on it. Within a few weeks of training most guys will be benching more than this so it's useless.


It's really for circuit based step classes with light weights. This kind of thing....

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You could use it as a weights bench in desperation.... But its lower than a normal bench, maybe by 2 or 3 inches, its pretty much a squat actually sitting on this for a decent sized guy. My gym doesn't have enough benches so I often use this to do lat pull down from a pulley on a cage.
Wife wanted one but too late. Wanted it for body pump. Looks overpriced but in the current sustain stock is still limited so this would have been great.
Hear it’s quite small, got the reebok step instead. Less functions but wider
Regprentice14/06/2020 19:02

I hope so, but it's hard enough at the best of times to get on equipment, …I hope so, but it's hard enough at the best of times to get on equipment, it sounds like they are going to be cutting users down by at least a third for space. I've no idea how they will deal with cleansing things like power racks. And I'd imagine the waiting/joining lists will be through the roof for gyms that do manage to open. Unfortunately for me my gym is in my workplace, I'm currently working from home and I've been told I won't be back at work until after phase 4 ends... And as I'm in Scotland that'll probably a month later than England ends phase 4....i might not be back at work, or the gym I'm paying for, this year


Can't you pause your gym membership ?

My gym automatically paused all active memberships the day the English Lockdown was announced,

Have you entered a contract with them? If they won't pause your membership surely you have grounds to cancel the membership if you may not be back at work this year.

Goodluck stay safe
They're selling them at Argos for the same price if you didn't manage to get one.
Colezee14/06/2020 19:31

[Image] Wow looks like I got a good deal back in 2018 on this



Bloody hell I thought I got a good deal at £80 but you beat me by miles. Good on you.

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Btw I’ve not used it once
NickelQwerty15/06/2020 00:36

Can't you pause your gym membership ? My gym automatically paused all … Can't you pause your gym membership ? My gym automatically paused all active memberships the day the English Lockdown was announced, Have you entered a contract with them? If they won't pause your membership surely you have grounds to cancel the membership if you may not be back at work this year.Goodluck stay safe


It's done through my employer, it's not too expensive . The members society that runs the gym decided everyone will keep paying and they will use the cash to make a monthly payment to each of the self employed private fitness instructors who used the gym as a base to help keep them in business.

I don't have a problem with that at all, my only real gripe is if I join a local gym in the interim I'll be at the back of the queue to be let in. Unfortunately i live 16 miles from my workplace and I don't belive they'd let me in to use the gym even if I did turn up.
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