The main goal of Weider Ultimate Body Works is to provide you with a compact machine that’s capable of working out as many muscles in your body as possible. The overall design is that of an incline bench, and that bench is equipped with wheels and a pulley on each side that allows you to adjust it to have as steep or gradual of an incline as you’d like.
By adjusting for a steeper incline, you’re able to increase the total amount of resistance that you’ll get form the included weights.
Weider Ultimate Body Works Review
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Weider’s Ultimate Body Works comes equipped with 50 different exercises for you to partake in, and these exercises are able to work your shoulders, arms, abs, hips, back, calves, and thighs.
So, if you want to focus on just working your abs one day, and then want to train every muscle that you can the next, the Weider Ultimate Body Works makes that fully possible. The following video is not mine, but it does include some great exercise examples.
Plus, once you finish your workout, you can fold up the Ultimate Body Works into a convenient and compact design if you decide to store it away. Combine all of this with a price tag of just $145, and we’re looking at a pretty incredible package.
Features of Weider Ultimate Body Works
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- This item benefits from an Extended 90 Day...
- Dimensions: 59" L x 27.5" W x 48" H
- Max. Weight capacity: 250 pounds
- Cushion material: Foam
All in all, Weider Ultimate Body Works is a great machine worth the money. If you do not mind the mentioned cons, then you should definitely consider investing in this great piece of home gym equipment.