Weight benches are an essential piece of any effective fitness program. Everyone knows that a well-rounded exercise program includes a combination of cardiovascular exercise and weight lifting. If you are like me and hate going to the gym you can get your cardio done almost anywhere. You can run, jog or even do aerobics in your own home.
But when it comes to weight lifting, it won’t be so easy. It is difficult to have a weight lifting solution as good as your local gym’s. To get a solid weight lifting exercise you need some home fitness equipment. With the right equipment you can have the same muscle building workout without the expense and crowds of a gym. In fact one single piece of fitness equipment can replace your local gym.
Why a Weight Bench?
A weight bench is an easy way to build muscle and burn fat without even having to leave the home. A majority of weight benches will have the same design. Typically you will find a padded back rest surrounded by upright bars for supporting dumbbells, free weights, or weighted bars. Specialty weight benches offer additional attachments and racks allowing you to workout your entire body. Lifting weights will burn fat much longer than simple cardio workouts.
What Every Weight Bench Should Have.
Adjustable. Your weight benches should have adjustable supports and attachments. This will make your lifting as comfortable as possible given your height, weight, and skill level.
Self spotting. Benches should offer bar supports with grooves at different heights, making it easy to set the weight down preventing injury and permitting maximum training.
Leg presses. If you have a larger budget look for equipment with a bar across the bottom to hook your legs across or under. This allows for leg exercises. Don’t forget that your legs are your largest muscle group.
All-In-One. The more exercises you are able to do with your bench the better off you will be.
Advantages of a Weight Bench
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If you’re serious about lifting you need a weight bench. Even the simple model will give you everything you need to build massive muscle. These solid fitness equipment pieces will prevent injury by ensuring by assisting you to have the proper form on every rep. Weight benches also eliminate the need for a workout buddy by providing supports to hold the weights until you’re ready. Imagine being in the best shape of your life! Get a bench and get started today!
Finally, unlike other exercise machines, weight benches grow along with your ability level. With a variety of settings, you can adjust the bench as your weight requirement grows higher. When you become even more advanced, there are separate weight sets that you can purchase to heighten the challenge, without having to upgrade your weight bench.
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2013 Vigilant Guard Exercise
Image by The National Guard U.S. Army Sgt. 1st Class Kevin Buckner, search and extraction assistant team leader with CERFP (CBRN - Chemical, Biological, Radiological, Nuclear - Enhanced Response Force Package), Colorado National Guard, uses a petrogen oxy-gasoline cutting torch system to cut away the mangled metal of a man-made rubble pile in an attempt to extract a mock victim during a natural-disaster training scenario, July 24, 2013, at the North Metro Fire Rescue District Training Center in Northglenn, Colo., as part of the 2013 Vigilant Guard Exercise. Vigilant Guard, hosted by the Colorado National Guard, is a large-scale, multi-state, multi-agency exercise focused on inter-agency coordination in preparation for emergencies and catastrophic events in Colorado. (U.S. Army National Guard photo by Spc. Zach Sheely/RELEASED)
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