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    Originally Posted by RGrizzzz View Post
    No pics, but over the last few weeks I added a Rogue Slice Sled with their chest harness, the new Rogue Tib bar (wife did, she has tib issues) and a set of Inspire rubber coated plates, split between my brother and I. The ones I kept are for the sled, and stored in the garage. Figured rubber would help with any humidity issues, and the price was about $1/lb new.
    Did you jump on that Inspire rubber coated olympic set from Costo for $350? I was considering getting a couple of them and selling off the oly bars.
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    Originally Posted by thedickus View Post
    I sold my 15+ year old Parabody leg ext/curl machine and bought the Ironmaster leg ext/curl add-on. I sold the Parabody before I was even able to get my IM attachment and test it. I am shocked by how good this piece feels. I miss the back support and handle from my Parabody but I have to say the IM feels real good on extensions and I actually prefer it for lying leg curls. I also attached the hybrid pad to my Superbench PRO. I think it really helps for using the leg ext/curl attachment.


    I also sold my old TDS GHD for a killing in relation to what I paid. I don't do GHRs, I only used it for hyperextensions. I bought the IronMaster back extension attachment. I really like this piece, it's super sturdy. I'm trying to free up some room by getting rid of the standalone leg ext/curl and GHD. I want to put in a half rack and this will help.
    thinking of getting the wider pad for the ironmaster. Looks good for leg ext/curls. But for chest supported rows I like the narrow original pad.
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    Originally Posted by grumpytude View Post
    thinking of getting the wider pad for the ironmaster. Looks good for leg ext/curls. But for chest supported rows I like the narrow original pad.
    Clearly, the only acceptable option is two benches.
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    Originally Posted by thedickus View Post
    Did you jump on that Inspire rubber coated olympic set from Costo for $350? I was considering getting a couple of them and selling off the oly bars.
    I did. I kept 45s and 25s. The rest of the plates went to my brother. A buddy needs a starter barbell so he's going to get a deal in it. Overall solid quality. Everything came packaged in a shipping crate.
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    Originally Posted by grumpytude View Post
    thinking of getting the wider pad for the ironmaster. Looks good for leg ext/curls. But for chest supported rows I like the narrow original pad.
    To me, it makes the leg ext/curl attachment useable. I had a Powertec one that I hated. I actually prefer the lying leg curl on the IM to the stand alone unit I used to have, great space saver too. I never used it for chest supported rows, but can see that would hinder it. I wanted a non contoured pad to be able to do hip thrusts with, but like radrd said...
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    Originally Posted by thedickus View Post
    To me, it makes the leg ext/curl attachment useable. I had a Powertec one that I hated. I actually prefer the lying leg curl on the IM to the stand alone unit I used to have, great space saver too. I never used it for chest supported rows, but can see that would hinder it. I wanted a non contoured pad to be able to do hip thrusts with, but like radrd said...
    well already have two benches (Legend 3-way). I think for now I'll keep the orignal pad. bench supported work is more important to me right now than leg curls. I'm sure its better with wider pad- but its only one exercise versus the many options for rows I use it for.
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