Marcy MWM980 150-Pound Stack Gym and Shroud

September 23, 2013 - Comment

The Marcy 150 lb. Stack Gym and Shroud has a heavy duty, 14 gauge steel tube frame. The weight stack is vinyl coated. Dual function press arm performs check pressing and pec fly. Oversized foam roller pads add comfort while performing leg exercisesThe Marcy Home Gym (model MWM980) with 150 pounds of vinyl coated weight

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The Marcy 150 lb. Stack Gym and Shroud has a heavy duty, 14 gauge steel tube frame. The weight stack is vinyl coated. Dual function press arm performs check pressing and pec fly. Oversized foam roller pads add comfort while performing leg exercisesThe Marcy Home Gym (model MWM980) with 150 pounds of vinyl coated weight stack offers a compact footprint for home strength training. It features a heavy duty 14 gauge steel tube frame construction with a durable powder coated finish, dual function press arm that performs check pressing and pec fly exercises, high and low pulley stations, and over sized foam roller pads add comfort while performing leg exercises. All cables are rated at a 2,000-pound tensile strength.

Features and Specifications: Heavy duty 14 gauge steel tube frame construction Dual function press arm performs check pressing and pec fly exercises High and low pulley stations Adjustable preacher curl bicep pad for isolated bicep exercises Over sized foam roller pads add comfort while performing leg exercises 2000-pound tensile strength aircraft cable Includes lat bar, butterfly attachment, and leg attachment Durable powder coated finish Assembly required Approximately assembled dimensions: 70 x 36 x 78 inches (LxWxH) Maximum Weight Capacity: 600 pounds including user weight Manufacturer’s warranty: 2-year limited

Product Features

  • Compact home strength training machine with 150-pound weight stack
  • Dual function press arm performs check pressing and pec fly exercises
  • Oversized foam roller pads add comfort while performing leg exercises
  • Includes lat bar, butterfly attachment, and leg attachment
  • Measures 70 x 36 x 78 inches (L x W x H); two-year limited warranty

Comments

D. Dollahite says:

Good, sturdy, affordable gym (but preacher curl pad is useless) I’ve been using this for a few weeks now. I bought this because I wanted an all-in-one system where I don’t have to worry about being spotted and dropping the weights on my chest, and needed it to fit into a smaller area. All in all, I’m fairly happy with it. However, I do have issues that prevent me from giving it 5 stars.First for the pros. It is very sturdy. It has a hollow steel frame with 2 inch bolts and nuts, so it doesn’t shake around. It is compact without being cramped. The weight stack shield has a diagram of the muscle groups and the 14 main exercises you do, with a picture, brief instructions and which muscles it works. The diagram is really nice and a handy quick reference. The seat pads are comfortable, feel good, and easy to clean. The logo is actually stitched in, which is a nice touch. The pins to lock the butterfly/press bar are quick-release ones that are easy and quick to use. All in all, the cables are smooth and quiet, and everything works well…

James M. Hiner Jr. says:

Not bad for the price At one time I would have never considered using a weight machine. I used only free weights. As time has gone by I have begun to depend on weight machines to help me balance the weight being lifted.At the ripe old age of 60 I have decided to start lifting inside my heated home during the cold Michigan winters. Several days ago I assembled this machine in 3, 3.5 hours. Step 1 tells you NOT to tigthen the bolts until instructed, tighten them right away or you will be tipping 150 pounds on it’s side.Other than that, assembly is fairly straight forward. You might want to have a 16mm wrench/socket handy, it makes things go faster as you will want to adjust the torque on the pully wheels. The 150 pounds of plates offers a total of 200 pounds of resistance. In essence you can do 200 pound seated bench presses, 160 pound butterfly presses, and 160 pound lat pull downs. All in all not a bad machine. The welds seem to be of good quality. Decent gauge steel, etc…

simple man "stop the madness" says:

Very Happy I picked this gym up at Dunhams sports for $249.00 and it is worth every cent! I’ve been a user of free weights for almost 30 years and the marcy gym will give the workout your looking for. FYI, I am 6’5″, 200 lbs and have a job in heavy construction as well as being very athletic.

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