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BODYKORE SMITH MACHINE - CLUB SERIES

 

Counterbalanced to a comfortable 13 pounds, the G271 allows any size user to start with an appropriate amount of resistance, then handles up to 1,000 pounds with ease. Its reverse pitch and silky-smooth vertical carriage ensure freedom of biomechanically correct movement as you move safely and efficiently through routines that can include bench press, chest press, military press, squats, lunges, curls, shoulder shrugs and dozens of other muscle-massing exercises.

Oval 11-gauge steel gives the G271 a modern look and fantastic stability. Counterbalances are aesthetically shrouded and protected by gunmetal gray shields. Case hardened rods and club-quality bearings ensure smooth performance at any weight. Add it all up and you’ve got the perfect smith machine for any facility

Features:

Super-smooth vertical movement up and down the carriage.
Safe guided motion to keep you from losing your balance and eliminate the need for a spotter.
Ergonomically designed oval, 11-gauge steel that gives the G271 a modern look and superior stability.
Case hardened rods and high-quality bearings ensure smooth performance at any weight.
Six Olympic weight plate storage posts to safely suspend plates off the floor for easy access.

Product Specs

Assembled Dimensions (LWH) 94″X52″X94″
Product Weight 421lbs
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