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Physionics® RKTN01 Back extension bench Physionics®
2 of 2 people found the following review helpful
5.0 out of 5 stars Good buy for the price, 11 Oct 2013
I looked at dozens of back extension benches, ranging from this one (one of the cheapest) to others in excess of £300. I decided to go for this one as I didn't want to spend a fortune. For the price, this feels like a solid piece of kit. The thigh pad looks more substantial on this model compared to others. While it is not manufactured perfectly, it is more than good enough for the job. In my opinion, the instructions are not as complicated as other reviewers have suggested. Provided that you sort the different size bolts etc out first, it should be straightforward; depending on your own ability to follow and understand the instructions that is!
York 13 in 1 DB/Hyper Bench York Fitness
0 of 1 people found the following review helpful
The bench itself is a sturdy piece of kit, and it doesn't take long to get your head around the different positions (provided you refer to the instruction manual. When the bench arrived however there were some missing components which are essential to using the bench. As advised in the manual I wrote off to York detailing the missing parts. After one week I called the customer service line to chase up the parts and was told that they would be sent soon. After another week I called again to find out what was going on and was told the same thing. It took over 2 weeks for York to send the missing parts after they were notified, and that was with me chasing them up. Not particularly effective… Read more
The Strength Training Anatomy Workout, Volume II: &hellip by Frederic Delavier
5 of 6 people found the following review helpful
I was impressed by the first volume, but this book takes the reader to an entirely new level. It provides a very detailed exploration into a wide range of areas within strength training / muscle building. Although there is a lot of information, it is presented in a style that is clear and engaging. This book is well suited to those (like myself) that enjoy regularly analysing their training; to maximise effectiveness for the time and work that you put in.

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