Weight Benches

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  1. How much will a good weight bench cost me? I want to put one in my basement, so when i cant go to the gym i can at least Lift at home.

    Can i get them used from like play it again sports or something?
     
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    i think i got one with like 265lbs for like 150ish at like oshman's or something. it has incline as well. oh yeah it has quad extension and hamstring curl.
     
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  3. whats an oshmans? :o
     
  4. anyone else have any suggestions?
     
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    Ceaze https://hearthis.at/DoYouEvenUplift Moderator

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    I don't think anyone who's asking that question is going to need or even want a $600 bench that's $750 shipped.

    He could get a powerrack, bench, and 300lb weight set for that much
     
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    He said "good."
     
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    N-Word-Jim Cure for boredom

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    I picked this parabody bench up for $209 from a local store (www.2ndwindexercise.com) http://us.home.lifefitness.com/content.cfm/multi-anglebench.

    It works great and hits all the angles you need, plus you can always buy the attachments for additional workouts if you're so inclined.

    Hoist fitness (www.hoistfitness.com) also makes a nice incline/decline/flat bench for $300 that is probably a bit nicer than the one I got, I just didn't want to spend $300. The HF-142 you'll see on their site is not the nice bench, that things like $100.

    I don't know what you want to spend, but I doubt its necessary for you to spend over $300 and if you want anything decent you don't really want to spend under $200. Host does make a $100 bench or some shit thats like $100 (HF-142 or something) but I think it sucks :hs:
     
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