The PowerGym F-Line Flat Bench Press Station is the perfect addition to your gym and take your strength training to the next level. Crafted with high-quality steel and finished with a sleek powder-coated finish that is durable and long-lasting.
The bench features a comfortable and supportive backrest that allows for a full range of motion during your workout. The adjustable barbell supports allow for a customized fit, making it suitable for athletes of all sizes and fitness levels.
The non-slip grips ensure a secure grip while you lift, allowing you to focus on your form and technique.
The PowerGym Commercial Flat Bench Press Station is perfect for targeting your chest, shoulders, and triceps. Helping you build strength and muscle mass.
It is compatible with standard Olympic plates and can be loaded with as much or as little weight as you need, With its sleek and modern design. The PowerGym Commercial Flat Bench Press Station will add a touch of sophistication to your gym setup.
Upgrade your strength training equipment today with the PowerGym Commercial Flat Bench Press Station and take your fitness to the next level!
When it comes to effective workouts that focus on pec development, you cannot go wrong with the flat bench press. Like other bench press bench products, the flat bench press allows users to build upper body strength. These types of workouts will tone muscles such as the pectorals, arms and shoulders. It will also improve endurance, increase strength and enhance other athletic activities such as football and sprinting. The bench press is an essential workout to enhance your chest muscles and enable you to do everyday activities with ease.
You can perform a bench press in various ways, including flat, incline and decline. The decision about what bench press station to use depends on the muscles that the user wishes to target primarily. The flat bench press is one of the most common and focuses on overall pec development, working the upper and lower pec muscles simultaneously. The flat weight bench is considered one of the best and safest exercise machines for developing your pecs.
Our Commercial Flat Bench Press Station has been designed for heavy-duty use in a commercial setting but can also be used within a home gym environment. The flat weight bench press bench features a strong, stable lifting platform that optimally positions the user, allowing them to achieve maximum results when exercising. With a high quality upholstered pad, users will enjoy maximum comfort while lifting their weights.
As well as the flat bench press station from PowerGym, we highly recommend that you combine this purchase with one of our Olympic barbells. We sell a range of Olympic quality bars, meaning that you benefit from more convenient, safer and regular workouts. One of the best Olympic bars you can integrate with the flat bench press is the 7ft Olympic bar. This bar is made of high-quality components that guarantee lifetime protection from rusting, scarring and other natural damages. The Olympic bar will help you achieve your flat bench press goals, a must-have when building upper solid and lower pec muscles.
Due to their many benefits, bench presses should be an essential part of your regular fitness routine. Best of all, performing a flat bench press isn't too challenging at all! All you need is the bench press bench and a couple of weights, such as dumbbells or barbells. The most critical decision to get right is to determine how much weight you can handle. For newcomers who don't quite know their limits yet, we recommend starting low. As you proceed with the flat press exercise, you can increase weight for more intense workouts and greater gains.
With your ideal weight selected, it's time to begin the workout! Here is an example of how to do a flat bench press:
- Lie down on the bench press bench with your back flat
- Grip the barbell or dumbbells with your hands and maintain a shoulder-width distance
- Hold the weights firmly in the air until your arms are straight - this is your starting position
- While breathing in, slowly lower the weights down to your chest
- Breathe out and use explosive power to push the weights back to the starting position
- Repeat for as many reps as you feel suitable for the workout
You can try to mix up your routine and experience varying benefits with different bench press variations. For example, you can regularly switch between using a dumbbell or a barbell. Other variations include close grips, wide grips and alternating dumbbells.