Designed for a total body workout, the new and improved Weider Ultimate Body Works is perfect for both upper and lower body workouts. It strengthens muscles and enhances flexibility. The Weider Home Gym features an incline bench with wheels that can be adjusted to the desired position with the help of pulleys on both sides. By adjusting this bench, you can increase or decrease the weight resistance suitable to your body weight. The Weider home gym features a compact space-saving design that makes it the perfect full body workout equipment for home use.
- Shipping Weight: 77 pounds
- Shipping: This item can only be shipped to the 48 contiguous states. We regret it cannot be shipped to APO/FPO, Hawaii, Alaska, or Puerto Rico.
- Origin: China
- Shipping Advisory:: This item must be shipped separately from other items in your order. Additional shipping charges will not apply.
- ASIN: B00B48ISLU
- Item model number: WEBE15911
Excellent Quality and Workout
You need to have a good 8 foot of space to use this. It’s narrow, only a couple of feet wide, but when extended it’s over 7 foot long. I’m very pleased with this purchase. I only wish I had bought it years ago.
Good work out – but heavy machine
Well made exercise machine.
Great Fix even for big guys ( 300 + )
Great Product, Great Value!
The name describes it perfectly
This machine is better than my basic Bowflex Power Pro hands down. With just 30 seconds between sets, it really gets the heart rate pumping much more than the same sets and timing using the Bowflex. I guess because the type of exercises is much more varied with this machine, such as rowing and even pull ups. And the 4 added resistance bands are a stroke of genius.
I also use it to stretch my troublesome lower and upper back and left shoulder out by inclining fully and just kind of hanging for a few seconds. It really helps my back being able to stretch it out so easily
I do have to mention that it is a louder than I thought it would be when gliding, but not enough to wake someone up. Also, you cannot disconnect the cable to do pull ups, etc, so you hear the handles or snap hooks hitting the metal base of the machine (I work out when I get home from work at night, so I just put a sweater over it so as not to wake up the family). I also work out during the day as well, each day a different body part, but with the added bonus of cardio and abs daily.
The build is better than I expected, but do make sure all your bolts are tight. The eye bolts that hold the 2 pulleys almost came off on me before I noticed it. So I tightened them up accordingly and keep a close eye on them and all other connections. Also, I would upgrade the hand grips to Bowflex hand grips, which are much easier on hands than the hard plastic grips that come with this otherwise excellent machine.
I have noticed a huge difference in my arms and legs, as well as my abs, back, and stamina. It truly is a total body workout with one machine. My brother is also using it and is very impressed as well.
Years ago, I had the first generation Total Gym, but it broke after just a few months. I hope this Weider holds up, because other than the few minor items I mentioned above, it is really a great machine that will work you out more than you might want at times, but within a few hours or a day, you hear it calling your name and are ready to tackle another body part.