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Considering a weight bench for your home gym? Then you’re in the right place! ProsourceFit’s weight bench is fully adjustable to meet all of your workout and space needs! From bench presses laying down to curls in a seated position, the ProsourceFit weight bench positions flat, angled, upright, and every position in between to ensure you can get a full body workout while always keeping perfect form. If you’re looking for the best adjustable weight bench that fits in your space and doesn’t break the bank, click below to order yours today!


Frequently Asked Questions About Weight Benches

How do I clean them?

Cleaning is easy. Simply take a wet cloth and wipe them down. You do not want to use any chemicals or cleaning agents as those can damage the latex and decrease their durability.

What does a weight bench do?

Weight benches provide you with support to help you maintain proper posture while lifting to increase your efficiency of how many and how fast you do your reps. The bench allows you to focus on using your weights instead of trying to keep your balance. Your weight bench will also help with muscle targeting. You are able to focus on harder to exercise muscles as well as being able to exercise muscles at different angles to increase your muscle tone. Every part of your body can get a workout too! H3 - Here are exercises you can do with adjustable weight benches: Chest: Dumbbell Pullovers, Chest Presses, and Barbell Chest Bench Presses Back: Dumbbell Rows, Reverse Flyes Arm and Shoulders: Triceps Presses, Seated Bicep Curls, Seated Dumbbell Hammer Curls, Lying Dumbbell Tricep Extensions, Seated Shoulder Presses, Incline Dumbbell Curl, Lying Rear Deltoid Raise, Tricep Dips, Skull Crushers Core: Decline Bench Sit Ups, Ab Crunches, Reverse Crunches, Feet-Elevated Pushups, Plyometric Bench Pushups Legs: Step Ups, Bulgarian Split Squats

What type of weight bench should I get?

The most popular weight bench set is the flat bench. It is simple to use and is great for upper body workouts. Adjustable weight benches allow you to move it into an incline or decline position to target specific muscle groups. If you don’t have a lot of space in your house, a folding weight bench is your best choice. It works just like the flat bench, but you can easily fold and store it almost anywhere.

What should I look for in a weight bench?

Several features you should consider when buying a weight bench include:

  • How it’s made. Is it a heavy duty frame?
  • Capacity. Make sure the weight bench is built for the amount of weight you plan on lifting.
  • How much space do you have?
  • Look for the little details like padding on the bench and rubber base caps to protect your floor.

How do I use a weight bench?

The first step is to decide what exercises you want to do. Once you know what exercises you want to do that determines how you will set up the weight bench. Next, experiment with the angle that you have the bench at. By inclining the weight bench a few degrees, it increases the difficulty of your upper chest workout. If you decline the weight bench, you can work on your lower chest. Remember to use your weighted bench for support. Make sure your bench is upright, and you are sitting snugly against it when you are doing exercises like bicep curls. This protects your back and forces you to keep the correct form while doing each exercise. Determine how heavy of a weight you want to use. If you do a bench press, you will need more weight than if you are using a set of dumbbells for bicep curls. Lastly, make sure that your hips, head, and shoulders that stay in contact with the weight bench as you perform your exercise.