If you really want to extend your exercise routine, buying a Soges Power Tower should be on your list. As a piece of multifunctioning exercise equipment, it offers a lot of flexibility. Everything from chin-ups to dips are possible, so does it live up to the promises and would it make a great addition to your home gym?
Soges Power Tower Reviewed
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The Soges Power Tower is piece of multifunction equipment. In reality, this means that you can do multiple exercises on it. The real benefit of this is that it would likely suit a home gym enthusiast looking to expand their exercise routines and their range of equipment.
Here are the exercises made possible:
What is immediately noticeable is just how heavy duty the framework is. It’s made of stainless steel, so it’s heavy, but it really needs to be.
A piece of equipment like this needs to have a heavy duty framework because it needs to be able to carry the weight of a whole person as they are exercising.
It also needs to be stable enough that one could do any of the exercises freely without the whole contraption moving around.
The main legs are wide enough that they are stabilized. This anti-eversion base is designed to provide maximum stability for nearly anyone during a range of exercise as they place pressure on the frame.
The multigear regulation means that it’s also possible to adjust the height of the framework to suit people of different heights.
They say that just 10 minutes of exercise a day can really help to keep anyone fit, and this machine will work out the buttocks, the shoulders, the arms, the legs, and even the back. Certainly in use, a machine like this can have a big physical impact if used regularly.
What about the size of the machine and maximum weight? While the width and length of the Soges Power Tower is within reasonable limits – 35.4 inches in length and 28.3 inches in width – it is the adjustable height that will be the key.
Since the frame can be height adjusted, the maximum is up to 90.6 inches. If you’re wanting to add this to your home gym, you need to ensure that there is enough space for it.
Pleasingly, the Power Tower will be able to manage up to 600 pounds of weight, so there should be no reason why most people can’t use this for their daily exercise routines. This makes it ideal for the elderly, kids, teens, and adults.
What Are People Saying?
Many people have said that this fella is surprisingly easy to assemble once they get it home and out of the box. Some equipment is notoriously difficult to put together, but this is a refreshing change of pace in the exercise equipment world.
While the majority of people found Soges power tower to be a sturdy piece of equipment, some people did have concerns about the stability of it during certain exercises. Chin-ups and dips could cause the machine to sway a little bit, especially if the person is quite heavy.
In general though, most people seem to favor its relatively compact size footprint and found that it made a fine addition to their existing home gym.
Pros and Cons
This is what we really like about the Power Tower:
Nothing is perfect, so here is one of the drawbacks that some customers found:
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If you have a home gym and you want to upgrade it, you really should look at something along the lines of the Power Tower. Multi-exercise equipment offers anyone the ability to do more than one exercise and save valuable space in the home gym.
The biggest benefit of multi-exercise equipment is that they can seriously expand your range of exercises for only a modest investment. The Power Tower is a fundamental design that includes all of the basics.
Just bear in mind that you’ll need to be able to accommodate the adjustable height of the Power Tower, and the taller you are the taller you’ll need to adjust the gears. Just ensure that you can fit this into your home gym.
So, should you invest in the Soges Power Tower? If you want to expand your home gym and you need the kinds of exercises that the Power Tower offers, then this is worth your attention.
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