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XMark International Olympic Weight Bench Review

XMark International Olympic Weight Bench

The Xmark International Olympic bench provides a safe and stable way of working out from home. Its back and bar supports easily adjust to a position that best suits your height and lifting style. But is this the best weight bench for your own home workouts? Would an XMark FID bench support a wider range of exercises and be better …

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XMark XM-7619 Commercial Squat Rack Review

XMark Fitness XM-7619 Squat Rack

The XMark XM-7619 is a commercial quality squat rack, with a 400 lb weight capacity. If you also want support for bench presses and seated military presses, there’s also enough space to position your weights bench between the uprights. In our review, we’ll take a closer look at how the heavy-duty 11-gauge steel frame can benefit your workouts. This includes …

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XMark XM-4419 FID Weight Bench Review

XMark FID Flat Incline Decline Weight Bench

The XMark FID Flat Incline Decline bench provides a wide range of back support positions and useful attachments to provide an effective base for a variety of exercises, while still being available at a competitive price. This article looks at the bench in more detail, including the design, workout options, comparisons with other benches, and a summary of pros and …

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XMark 45 Degree Hyperextension Bench Review

XMark 45 Degree Hyperextension Bench

The Xmark 45 degree hyperextension bench is designed to provide many of the features you would expect to find on more expensive benches, but at more of an entry level price point. This product article looks at these design features in a bit more detail, together with how including hyperextensions in your workout can benefit your core strength, and even …

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XMark Fitness Power Tower with Pull-up Station

XMark Fitness Power Tower with Pull Up Station

The XMark Fitness Power Tower has been designed to provide a stable base from which to perform a variety of upper body exercises, from dips and pull ups to situps and leg raises. Back exercises As with any Power Tower, one of the main reasons for buying this for your own home gym is the addition of the pull-up bar. …

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