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Matrix Vertical Decline Bench Press Machine- Magnum Series

  • Independent converging movement provides a natural path of motion
  • Back pad adjusts to alter range of motion and expand training options
  • Dual-grip pressing positions offer greater training variety
  • Ratcheting seat for easy adjustment
  • 4 integrated weight-storage horns

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Matrix Vertical Decline Bench Press Machine

Plate Loaded Equipment
About the Magnum range:
Boasting quality finishes and a favourite for professional athletes, the Magnum range was designed to last. Complete with a standard two coat powder finish and heavy-gauge steel tubing, the Magnum series provides unmatched durability and quality to assist your gym members or athletes to meet their strength goals. The Magnum range is manufactured by Johnson Health Tech, who have over 40 years’ experience in the fitness industry ensure that the range is kept to strict quality standards. The Magnum range is supplied to commercial and professional athlete gyms around the world and is part of the international Matrix Fitness gym equipment brand. The Matrix Fitness vertical decline bench press offers high end finishes that not only stand up to the toughest of environments, but it is aesthetically pleasing as well. The Matrix vertical chest machine can be used by users of all heights and ranges of motion, as the range of motion can be adjusted to suit individual needs. The Matrix Fitness Upright bench press machine has independent converging handles that provide a natural path of motion. A variety of exercises are available on the Matrix Fitness vertical chest machine with the adjustable back pad as well as the multiple grip positions, which also improves comfort for the user. The vertical decline bench press doubles up as storage for your weight-plates as it has 4 integrated weight storage horns that can be used. Technical Specifications: The Magnum Vertical decline bench press has a product weight of 195.5kg and a shipping weight of 228kg. Users will start the resistance with 6.8kg and the maximum training weight is 245kg, ensuring that the Matrix Vertical decline bench press machine accommodates all users. Maximum user weight is 159kg and the overall dimensions of the Matrix vertical chest machine is 148 x 168.5 x 195 cm. What is a matrix vertical bench press? The matrix vertical decline bench press machine is part of the Magnum series of commercial products. It is a plate loaded machine that targets upper body muscles. Load the vertical chest machine with desired weight plates and perform decline chest presses to reach your strength goals. The Matrix vertical decline bench press machine offers durability and longevity to gym owners, as it has two coated powder finishes and is made from heavy-gauge steel tubing. The vertical chest press is ideal to add to your strength area in your commercial or athletic performance gym facility. Where to buy a matrix vertical bench press? The Matrix vertical bench press is available from Matrix Fitness South Africa. Matrix Fitness has a showroom that is located in Fourways, Johannesburg and delivers throughout Sub Saharan Africa. Matrix Fitness South Africa supplies a range of strength and cardio equipment to gyms around the globe and offers a total solution package to customers. Matrix Fitness also provides a free 3D gym design that includes suggested Matrix products as well as an optimised floor layout. With a qualified team of technicians available, Matrix Fitness South Africa can service and maintain gym products purchased through various channels. View a large variety of plate loaded gym equipment online at www.matrixfitness.co.za or contact 0860 888 888 for a full catalogue of strength products available for your facility. How to use the Matrix decline bench press:
    1. Ensure that the correct amount of weight is loaded onto the machine
    2. Adjust the seat to ensure that you sit comfortably.
    3. Sit on padded seat and rest your back on the padded seat.
    4. Reach up and grip the handles with your hands
    5. Push the handles away from you and slowly control them to come back

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Matrix Vertical Decline Bench Press Machine

Plate Loaded Equipment
About the Magnum range:
Boasting quality finishes and a favourite for professional athletes, the Magnum range was designed to last. Complete with a standard two coat powder finish and heavy-gauge steel tubing, the Magnum series provides unmatched durability and quality to assist your gym members or athletes to meet their strength goals. The Magnum range is manufactured by Johnson Health Tech, who have over 40 years’ experience in the fitness industry ensure that the range is kept to strict quality standards. The Magnum range is supplied to commercial and professional athlete gyms around the world and is part of the international Matrix Fitness gym equipment brand. The Matrix Fitness vertical decline bench press offers high end finishes that not only stand up to the toughest of environments, but it is aesthetically pleasing as well. The Matrix vertical chest machine can be used by users of all heights and ranges of motion, as the range of motion can be adjusted to suit individual needs. The Matrix Fitness Upright bench press machine has independent converging handles that provide a natural path of motion. A variety of exercises are available on the Matrix Fitness vertical chest machine with the adjustable back pad as well as the multiple grip positions, which also improves comfort for the user. The vertical decline bench press doubles up as storage for your weight-plates as it has 4 integrated weight storage horns that can be used. Technical Specifications: The Magnum Vertical decline bench press has a product weight of 195.5kg and a shipping weight of 228kg. Users will start the resistance with 6.8kg and the maximum training weight is 245kg, ensuring that the Matrix Vertical decline bench press machine accommodates all users. Maximum user weight is 159kg and the overall dimensions of the Matrix vertical chest machine is 148 x 168.5 x 195 cm. What is a matrix vertical bench press? The matrix vertical decline bench press machine is part of the Magnum series of commercial products. It is a plate loaded machine that targets upper body muscles. Load the vertical chest machine with desired weight plates and perform decline chest presses to reach your strength goals. The Matrix vertical decline bench press machine offers durability and longevity to gym owners, as it has two coated powder finishes and is made from heavy-gauge steel tubing. The vertical chest press is ideal to add to your strength area in your commercial or athletic performance gym facility. Where to buy a matrix vertical bench press? The Matrix vertical bench press is available from Matrix Fitness South Africa. Matrix Fitness has a showroom that is located in Fourways, Johannesburg and delivers throughout Sub Saharan Africa. Matrix Fitness South Africa supplies a range of strength and cardio equipment to gyms around the globe and offers a total solution package to customers. Matrix Fitness also provides a free 3D gym design that includes suggested Matrix products as well as an optimised floor layout. With a qualified team of technicians available, Matrix Fitness South Africa can service and maintain gym products purchased through various channels. View a large variety of plate loaded gym equipment online at www.matrixfitness.co.za or contact 0860 888 888 for a full catalogue of strength products available for your facility. How to use the Matrix decline bench press:
    1. Ensure that the correct amount of weight is loaded onto the machine
    2. Adjust the seat to ensure that you sit comfortably.
    3. Sit on padded seat and rest your back on the padded seat.
    4. Reach up and grip the handles with your hands
    5. Push the handles away from you and slowly control them to come back