Type: Posts; User: AttyGuy
Strong 2,401st post. America, f--- yeah!
You can do it!
Is it disassembled? Two guys should do it.
What about the home gym?
If you are buying new or refurbished from the manufacturer or factory outlet, it'll be tough to be the GPR378. You may want to also consider the Body Craft or Powertec.
Those are 'Murica.
EZ-Kurl and International dumbbell handle collars. Nice!
Someone who favors Metric over Imperial?
Ask your mother. . . .
High-top, low-top, it doesn't make a difference. Lots of guys go high-top because of the perceived belief that high-tops provide more stability. It doesn't matter. ...
The GFID31 is a good bench too. Good luck!
Two things for you:
2). Make sure they match your belt.
I love buying stuff from out of shape guys who tell me they ar in their late 40's or early 50's and they are too old to lift. I am almost always older than they are. . . .
It's an old, unused bar and the rust added 4.4 kg.
Do you have all the pieces? Is everything properly tightened? Have you spoken with Legend?
Sinking Springs foundry, as discussed here and in the Vintage Iron thread.
Go with the B-S rack and bench. Unless you really need an adjustable bench, go with the flat bench, from Rogue or B-S. Get the stand alone dip attachment by Body-Solid. Also get a GWOT-46 or the...