Men's Health Ultimate Workout Bench759/6672
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I assume the max lift weight probably refers to the amount you can lift before it starts to have an effect on the stability of the bench - i.e. It's not simply a case that the less you weigh the more weight you can use. The weight used (if too heavy) could result in the bench tipping over to either side. Thus regardless of user weight there is probably a max lifting weight limit that the bench can handle before its centre of gravity is affected and it becomes unstable to use.
23 March 2020
I have spoken to our suppliers who have advised the following.
No, the user’s weight should not exceed the max user weight and the weight the user uses for the training should not exceed the max training weight.
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11 February 2020
Lift the back rest. Reposition the support bar along to achieve the angle you require and then set the back rest down.
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7 January 2020
I am sorry to say that we don't sell the leg press for the Men's Health Ultimate Workout Bench.
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31 December 2019
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