Great for home or professional gyms, the Body-Solid Flat Incline Decline Bench (FID46) delivers comprehensive upper- and lower-body workouts. This commercially rated incline workout bench has nine starting positions that range from declined to flat to inclined, letting you perform a wide variety of barbell and dumbbell exercises from their correct positions. The heavy-gauge 3-inch round stock steel mainframe and 2.75-inch seat and back pads are durably constructed to stand up to heavy use in clubs and gyms.
The removable leg developer section offers lower body workouts concentrated on the quads and hamstrings, letting users perform leg extensions with full 90-degree seat back support and lying leg curls from the traditional arched prone position. Upholstered 4- by 8-inch rollers and two sets of cushioned hand grips keep you comfortable and secure while you lift. The leg developer supports weights up to 1,000 pounds (weight plates sold separately), with oversized brash bushings for friction-free movement.
The Body-Solid Flat Incline Decline Bench measures 75 by 28 by 31 inches (L x W x H) and features bottom wheels that allow you to easily move the bench from the living room to the garage. This incline gym bench is an excellent companion to the Powerline by Body-Solid Power Rack (PPR200X) and the Body-Solid 7 Series Smith Machine (GS348Q) (sold separately). It is backed by the Body-Solid Lifetime In-Home Warranty and Full Commercial Warranty.