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Weider Legacy Flat Bench

Item# 00601037000P | Model# WEBE39320 | Added on February 3, 2021 |
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Weider Legacy Flat Bench
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Forged from durable steel and wrapped in sleek black vinyl, the Weider Traditional Flat Bench is the perfect addition to any weightlifter’s home gym. Built to support an impressive 460 pounds, this durable weight bench provides a comfortable and secure surface on which you can perform a variety of strength-building exercises at home. Sewn vinyl is both tear-resistant and easy to wipe clean after every intense workout, making it easy to maintain a sanitary workout space in your home. Use the Weider Traditional Flat Bench to support your bodyweight training routine by performing crunches, tricep dips, and single-leg lunges, or invest in your own barbell, dumbbells, or kettlebells (sold separately) to execute chest press, skull crushers, prone butterfly press, and more! Guide your exercise with an included exercise chart that outlines a range of effective strength-building workouts and illustrates proper lifting form. No matter how you train, this versatile exercise bench has been engineered to support your transformation from beginner to bodybuilder.

Perform a Variety of Exercises

  • This traditional flat bench is perfect for supplementing your bodyweight training routine. Perform crunches, tricep dips, and single-leg lunges to exercise your entire body
  • Use your own barbell or dumbbells (sold separately) to perform even more exercises, such as chest press, skull crushers, and prone butterfly press

Sewn Vinyl Seat

  • Sleek black vinyl is resistant to tearing and easy to wipe clean
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Owner's Manual (1)Product Warranty
WARNING: California Residents - Proposition 65
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