Review: Ultimate Body Press

Discussion in 'Gear & Equipment Reviews' started by pittfrog, May 27, 2008.

  1. pittfrog

    pittfrog Blue Belt

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    I don't have pics of this in my home, but the pics on the site are more than adequate:
    Ultimate Body Press Dip Bar

    I don't have the space to get a weight bench for our house, but I still want to do some strength stuff at home. My compromise is a routine of body weight and dumbbell exercises, including dips and pull-ups. I used to have one of those tower dip/pull-up things, but we moved. That piece of equip took up too much room in our new place. I looked for solutions and found the ultimate body press.

    It's not fancy, but it does just what it says: it provides a very sturdy base upon which to do dips and a few other exercises. It assembles, and dis-assembles quickly, so you can store it under a bed or a couch. Even fully assembled, it does not take much room, and it looks decent enough that I can leave it in a corner of my living room without angering my wife.

    FWIW.
     
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    stu3ufc** Yoshihiro Akiyama

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    looks good
     
  3. Sicksea

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    Yeah I got one a few months ago.

    Besides dips, you can also do inverted body rows on it.

    All in all, I'm happy with my purchase.
     

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