Marcy Smith Cage Workout Machine Total Body Training Home Gym System with Linear Bearing

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Color: Silver


Features

  • All-steel construction This home gym system is made with heavy-duty steel frame reinforced with durable powder coated finish. It utilizes sturdy aircraft cable With a tensile strength of 2, 000 lb. Thats guaranteed to withstand intense long-lasting use
  • Multi-functional press arms this versatile weight system home gym is designed with dual Action press arms. The press arms allow you to perform a variety of arm and chest exercises to develop your biceps, triceps, pectorals, and other muscle groups
  • Dual-action leg developer featuring a dual-function leg developer with six oversize rocker pads and a row/curl bar, This unit comes with a pivot point that facilitates proper body form during workouts, allowing maximum effect on targeted muscle groups
  • Olympic free-weight rack engage in intense weightlifting or strength training right in the comfort of your home. It includes 6 weight plate pegs that are built into the frame, letting you organize weights/barbells on the machine for easy accessibility
  • All-in-one workout station This complete training system features an innovative structure that combines arm and leg stations for strengthening different muscle groups and executing comprehensive workouts, limiting the need to switch between gym equipment

Item Package Dimensions L x W x H: ‎84 x 64 x 8 inches


Package Weight: ‎198.22 Kilograms


Item Dimensions LxWxH: ‎95 x 79 x 86 inches


Item Weight: ‎430 Pounds


Brand Name: ‎Marcy


Country of Origin: ‎United States


Warranty Description: ‎2 YEAR MANUFACTURER WARRANTY


Model Name: ‎MD-9010G


Color: ‎Silver


Material: ‎Steel


Suggested Users: ‎Unisex-adult


Number of Items: ‎1


Manufacturer: ‎IMPEX


Part Number: ‎MD-9010


Included Components: ‎Accessories


Size: ‎One Size


Sport Type: ‎Excercise & Fitness


Date First Available: June 15, 2008


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  • Organized assembly is a MUST. Solid if built properly. Pulley system needs improvement.
Color: Silver
ASSEMBLY: For starters, the assembly of this unit is not nearly as hard as I have read in other reviews. With that said, you cannot just tear open all of the packages at once and expect to find what you need when you get to a certain step. It is crucial to keep things organized and be sure to reference the page that outlines each step and in turn flip back and forth to the page(s) where they show each part and its identifying number. This will help you ensure that you re using the right parts for any specific step. There are three (3) boxes in all. I would recommend opening boxes 1 of 3 and 2 of 3 first as those two contain all of the parts for the smith machine. Box 3 of 3 is for the bench only so leave that one until you finish the smith machine. If you have the room, use a staging area where you can lay out all of the parts for the smith machine and pair up any parts where they are identical as you have to build two sides to the smith machine. Be sure not to only hand tighten the bolts until the directions say otherwise. If you do tighten the bolts to soon, it will make it difficult to align pieces in the steps that follow. The most complex part of building the smith machine is assembling the cable system. You will really need to take your time and follow those steps very carefully. The cabling comes intertwined so you will need to separate the cables as they are required in different steps. The only frustrating part with the cabling was that they are so tightly wound that I had trouble straightening them out for the install. So if you have a way to stretch those out I would recommend do ing that while you assemble the smith machine framework. Once all of the pieces are together makes ure you go back and tighten per the instructions. Overall, very well made and very sturdy. I wouldn't call it commercial gym quality but definitely worth the price. Now on to the functioning of the gym. SMITH: In terms of using the gym, the overall functioning is pretty good. The smith press is very smooth and is one of my favorite features. The "catch" mechanism on the smith machine works very well and makes it very easy to latch the bar at different heights while working out. PREACHER/LEG ATTACHMENT: The preacher curl attachment is very smooth. You don't get a full range of motion BUT your arms are in the range of being "engaged" throughout the entire motion so that is good. If set to the proper height, you can also use a standard curl bar with the preacher also which is what I do to mix things up. The leg exercises work very well also and you can do both leg curls and extensions on the unit. PULLEYS: The pulley system leaves a little bit to be desired and that is why I gave the unit 3 stars. I find the tension to be lacking when you are letting the weights go back to the starting position. As an example, in doing tricep pushdowns, there is good tension on the way down but the pulley system seems to lack a "smooth glide" on the way back to the starting position. I was using roughly 50lbs (evenly distributed on each side of the weight holders (which s key for this system) so the action should have been much smoother. BENCH: The bench is excellent in terms of quality and has multiple positions including decline which is great. I wish it had wheels on one end so that it can be moved around a little easier. It isn't as heavy as a commercial bench so it is still manageable. My only complaint with the bench is the "pin" used to hold the bench in position. The "pin" has to be screwed into place which makes changing bench angles take a little longer. I wish this was more of a hinge pin so that changing positions could be done more efficiently. ATTACHMENTS: The pulley attachments are all really nice and good quality. WEIGHT HOLDERS: The weight holder on the side of the cage are great for storing weights when not in use. They are steel bars and during assembly, you have to mount plastic sleeves over them in order to mount the Olympic weight plates. All of the bars have these "sleeves" (smith, pulley weight holder, etc) so this unit could be used with standard weights also. In case you missed it, I rated this 3 stars because I feel the pulley system needs to be improved upon. I hope this was helpful. I will plan to add photos to my review when I get a chance so you can see the setup, etc. ... show more
Reviewed in the United States on January 9, 2018 by Amazon Customer

  • THINGS TO KNOW BEFORE YOU START
Color: Silver
So couple things. First of all, I’m a 5’4” 125lb woman and I put this together BY MYSELF cables included. It may be a little hard, but you do not need two people to assemble despite other reviews, just need some common sense and a ratchet set with the 5/8th bolt size. Second, do NOT rip open all of the cardboard sheets that hold the nuts and bolts. I took my buck knife and only cut out around the exact ones I needed for the next step and only took out the very one I needed. You can easily start mixing them up if you take out different lengths at a time as some of the bolts only vary by an 8th inch. ONLY WORK WITH THE EXACT NUT/BOLT COMBO YOU NEED AT A TIME. I went one page at a time on the directions and one nut/ bolt combo at a time pictured and worked my way through that page until I had completed everything. For some of the cable steps, you don’t attach the cable pulley mount to anything until a few pages later- just let it hang there until it says to attach it to something. Third, and this is VERY IMPORTANT IF YOU’RE SHORT OR WANT EXTRA RANGE OF MOTION. Being 5’4 and wanting to do hip thrust, deadlifts, stuff that requires the bar to be close to the ground, DO NOT PUT ON THE SAFETY HOOKS. As you can see from my one picture holding the safety hook up you lose about 3 inches of range of motion at the bottom if you have these on the pole. Being that it’s a smith machine and you can rack it every few inches I don’t think they’re necessary and it took about an hour to get them off after I had already assembled the whole thing, which can be done by removing the j shaped weight storage racks and sliding them off of the bottom of the pole- not fun. I included a picture at the bottom of my hip thrust range of motion which is the perfect height without the safety hooks being installed. Clamps- upgrade to quick release clamps, I got the amazon recommended black ones pictures they run about $8 a set and are worth not having to deal with the metal ones. Attachments- they’re just okay, I bought a separate ankle strap that is much more padded and a Bar pad from perfect peach athletics- $26 and is so worth it. I also recommend purchasing some quick release carabiner hooks to attach all the accessories with, I found 4 for $7 on here which is better than having to unscrew them each time. Weight types- this machine CAN run off OLYMPIC OR STANDARD WEIGHTS you just don’t put the black sleeves on if you want standard sized plates. Bench- the bench is actually pretty good when it comes to the leg/ bicep attachments and again can work off Olympic or standard weights. Only thing I don’t like is that there’s a lumbar support in the bench it is not completely flat and that you have to unscrew the pin to incline the bench. Otherwise fairly sturdy. Also it doesn’t have wheels which is annoying to move. Take your time putting this monster together, I did it in about 8 hours over a couple days and it went almost completely smoothly since I took my time. This is a great addition to any home gym you can do SO many different exercises with it and is well worth the price. Also, I found an entire set of Olympic plates at goodwill for $112 plus a lot of standard sized and dumbbells. Check out second hand before you spend a fortune on a few plates of iron- I restored mine with a wire brush and some rust oleum spray paint and they look new again. Hope this review helped you make a decision and happy lifting guys! ... show more
Reviewed in the United States on May 20, 2019 by Speters Speters

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