Powerline Home Gym with Leg Press, Grey/Black

September 25, 2018 - Comment

The user-friendly, multi-function Powerline P2X Home Gym is cleverly engineered to offer free-range movements and exceptional range of motion for any size user. By combining an ergonomically correct press arm and a functional training arm, the P2X puts you in the unique position to have the best of both worlds: traditional exercises as well as

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(as of November 17, 2018 11:20 pm GMT - Details)

The user-friendly, multi-function Powerline P2X Home Gym is cleverly engineered to offer free-range movements and exceptional range of motion for any size user. By combining an ergonomically correct press arm and a functional training arm, the P2X puts you in the unique position to have the best of both worlds: traditional exercises as well as functional training in a single, compact machine. Multi-Press Arms: Biomechanically designed for maximum chest concentration and outstanding muscle development. Comfortable, multi-position handgrips focus on distinct areas of the chest and triceps. Adjustable seat height assures you of a perfect fit. Functional Pulleys: Fixed pulleys allow users to perform a variety of exercises that recruit stabilizer muscles to exercise movements such as pec flys and converging presses and swivel to adjust for a variety of different exercises with smooth, consistent resistance.

Product Features

  • Leg Press Included, 2:1 Ratio
  • Upgraded version of the P1X with Functional Arms
  • 160lb. Weight Stack Included, can upgrade to 210lb. (optional)
  • Virtually unlimited exercises with low, mid, and high pulleys
  • 10 Year Powerline Warranty

Comments

MonkeyPull says:

Better options out there Pros:Fairly good instruction manual for construction. Manual for leg press, however, isn’t as clear and has some errors.Parts are clearly labeled.Exercises for almost all key areas while taking up a relatively small amount of floor space.Smooth motion with a minimal amount of noise.Cons:No manual on how to use the machine! There are no details in the user manual and only about eight or ten images on their website for exercises. This is a huge…

R. Freeze says:

Solid but room for improvements! I think I could write a novel about my ordeal with this order but I’ll try to keep it short. The product listed by Amazon and the product translation to WSports store (transacted and shipped and problems resolved by OJCommerce) were two different products. I purchased the P2X (this item on this review) and WSports and OJCommerce interpreted the item as a P1X and not even the P1X with the leg extension. Someone linked the two incorrectly between Amazon and their storefront. I didn’t realize this…

Robbie E says:

I had a local assembly company put it together for less than the Amazon company and they had better reviews on Thumbtack Arrived in a decent amount of time and shipping was decent locally through A Duie Pyle. I had a local assembly company put it together for less than the Amazon company and they had better reviews on Thumbtack.The gym itself is built well but there is an arm that comes off the main unit and really into the space of the leg press. Seems like a really bad design in that area. Otherwise it seems like a pretty decent home gym.It has ZERO instructions as to how to actually…

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