WHAT CAN IT DO?
We have a full in-depth video that highlights at least 40 exercises that can be performed on the Workbench Levergym. View it on our YouTube channel here, and click 'SHOW MORE' under the description for a full list.
THE LEVERAGE ADVANTAGE:
The use of lever arms creates the smoothest motion in any weight training machine and is the closest thing to free weights. The Lever arms have built-in safety stops that allow users to train to exhaustion without the use of a spotter. When finished, you simply set the weight down. This security provides the opportunity to achieve maximum muscle growth in the comfort of your own home.
POWER LIFTING ACCESS:
The utility bench can be detached from the Levergym to access additional exercises such as Squat, Calf, Dip, Shrug and Deadlift using the arms and Low-row using the lower cable access.
FULLY ADJUSTABLE BENCH DESIGN:
The Workbench's design provides additional stability and allows users to adjust the seating area and Back Rest Pads at different settings with ease thanks to its unique Ball Bearing Driven Carriage. (The bench has 9 horizontal positions, and 9 vertical positions, including decline, flat, and 7 incline positions. See 'Workbench FID Utility Bench' for more information on positions and angles).
EXPANDABLE WITH ACCESSORIES:
The bench includes the front tube adaptor that accepts all Powertec Workbench Attachments. (The Workbench Levergym comes with a Lat Pulldown bar, Short Triceps Bar, Extension Chain, Single Handle, and Squat Bar (the connects to the Leverarms).
TRUE WEIGHT LIFTED ON LEVERARMS:
The arms on the lever gym equate to 20 lbs. lifted. (10 lbs. each arm). The weight reduction due to the leverage is 20% of the total load plus the weight of the arms. For example - with 200 lbs. added to the Leverarms, you would minus 20% for the Leverarm weight distribution (160 lbs.) plus the weight of the arms (20lbs.). Therefore, 200 lbs. of weight would equate to a total 180 lbs. of perceived weight lifted. For the rear Leverarm, the weight equates to approximately half of what is added. If 50 Lbs. is added to the rear lever arm, then a Tricep Pressdown (top cable pulley) would equate to 25 lbs, and the same for the lower cable pulley (bicep curl would feel like 25 lbs).