Fitness at home equipment Bodycraft specification :
- Compact home gym offers chest press, dual-function pecdeck, leg extension, leg curl, lat pull and more.
- Low pulley station is easy to access and provides plenty of room for exercises such as leg kicks and more.
- Includes limited lifetime manufacturer's warranty.
- Maximum comfort provides up to 300 pounds of resistance, foot plate adjusts to fit any size user.
- Patented Dual-function Pec Deck: Traditional flys are performed by pressing elbows against the pads, and dumbbell style flys are performed by grabbing the handles and swinging outward to chest height, and then pressing forward and together. Range-of-motion adjustments fit every size user and provide for rear deltoid flys.
- Adjustable and Comfortable: Seat and seat back are fully adjustable, while high density foam is contoured for lumbar support and covered by heavy-gauge vinyl.
- Low Pulley Station: Easy to access and provides plenty of room for exercises such as leg kicks, arm curls, low rows, deltoid raises, and more.
- Bench Press Station: Adjustable starting point allows for different size users and provides a variety of exercises including bench press, incline press, shoulder press and mid row.
- Two-by-three-inch (W x D) and two-by-two-inch (W x D) heavy gauge steel tubing
- Platinum gray multi-stage electrostatic powder-coated paint
- 4.5-inch diameter pulleys with fiberglass-reinforced nylon rotate on sealed ball bearings
- Internally lubricated, seven-by-19 strand construction cables rated to 2,000-pound tensile strength
- Double-stitched, heavy gauge, vinyl-covered upholstery over super-dense foam
- 1.25-inch-thick, precision-milled weight plates with EZ Glide nylon bushings
- Pivot points rotate around sealed roller bearings
The BodyCraft Galena Pro Home Gym includes a limited lifetime warranty against defects in materials and workmanship.
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Fitness at home equipment Bodycarft Galena Review
I have had a Galena model including the leg press add-on since 2004. It's a very solid, well-made gym. I'm 6'3" and have not had any trouble doing any of the exercises. If you're much taller than 6'3" you may find the leg extension less than satisfactory. (It just barely works for me. But you might be able to just put a towel under your knees and it would work fine.) All parts move with ease and without noise except for the customary clank the moment the weight stack comes back to rest after an exercise. It came with all the straps and widgets needed to do the full range of exercises. So, no other expense, other than a book I purchased to help me see other ways to use a weight machine. (The manual and exercise poster that came with my Galena didn't describe all of the various exercises that can be done with it and there's a LOT more that can be done than what they tell you. Perhaps since 2004 they've added a little more documentation?) It fits nicely into a corner of the room and looks like it belongs in a commercial gym. For the money I didn't find anything else close to this quality back in 2004. I'm quite happy with my purchase. (And don't be a dummy, like me, and place the weight indicator stickers onto the weight stack prior to installing the stack guards. Due to my lack of thinking ahead, the stack guards cover those stickers!)
Hint: Someone told me years ago to buy some cycling gloves or something similar to use during workouts. By wearing these my sweat hasn't ruined the rubber handles of this machine at all. I also make sure not to sit on it wearing street clothes with a belt that could ultimately damage the seat covering. It still looks brand new after 10 years of use.