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The Powertec Workbench Multisystem® is the market leader in multi-station leverage gyms. The revolutionary design provides complete body training for up to three users simultaneously, while maintaining a relatively compact footprint. The system can be accessorized with a wide variety of modules to grow with your training needs. Ideal for home, personal trainer and light commercial use.
The Leverage Advantage
Weight plates are loaded directly onto the Isolateral Lever Arms providing for a natural feel and the resistance of free weights with the safety and control of a machine.
Total Body Training for Multiple Users
The Multisystem consists of three separate stations for chest, core and leg training. Users can rotate through the stations for a complete body workout routine.
Fully Adjustable Bench Design
The Workbench new design provides additional stability and allows users to adjust the seating area and Back Rest Pads at different settings with ease thanks to its unique Ball Bearing Driven Carriage.
Expandable with Accessories
The bench and Ab station includes the front tube adaptor that accepts Powertec Workbench Accessories.
Available in yellow: Multisytem® Yellow
- Weight not included -
|Weight Capacity / Max Loads||Press Arms: 225 kg / Lat Lever: 180 kg / Crunch: 45 kg / Squat Lever Arms: 225 kg|
|Starting Weight||Press Arms: 9 kg / Lat Lever: 0 kg / Crunch: 6,8 kg / Squat Lever Arms: 15,9 kg|
|Ø Weight Horns||50 mm|
|Muscle Group||Abdomen, Arms, Legs, Back, Shoulder, Calf, Chest|
|Exercise Matrix||Abdominal Crunch, Flat Bench Press, Isolateral Bench Press, Close Grip Bench Press, Decline Bench Press, Shoulder press, Isolateral Shoulder Press, Incline Bench Press, Calf Raise, Lunges, Squat, Bent over row, Overhand Pulldown, Underhand Pulldown, Isolateral Bent Over Row, Wide Grip Pulldown, Close Grip Pulldown, Underhand Triceps Pushdown, Overhead Triceps Pushdown|
Full Presentation of the Multisystem
Kai Greene Multisystem presentation
Multisystem assembly build