The Bodymax CF324 is an adjustable weights bench designed with an increased focus on abdominal workouts, while still providing the decline, incline, and neutral back support positions that are so beneficial to exercises such as the bench press.
At first glance the overall design of the Bodymax CF324 probably looks a bit different to most other weights benches you may have used in the past.
The main difference is the addition of handles as an extension to the top set of padded foam rollers.
As well as providing you with a bit more room to position your legs when performing decline presses, you can also grip them to hold your upper body in position when performing decline leg raises.
To ensure the lowest set of foam rollers are in a comfortable position for sliding your feet behind, a series of holes has been pre-drilled into the front of the bench to allow you to adjust the height.
While some weights benches will offer up to 7 or 8 different back rest positions, the Bodymax CF324 design has been focussed on providing you with the most popular; decline, flat, and incline.
One final design feature worth mentioning is the raised front and rear stabilizers. The extra thickness and circular top to the end sections creates a larger area to rest your feet on when wrapping your legs around the rollers.
This helps to keep your upper body from slipping down the bench in its incline position if you are pressing heavy weight, allowing you to perform the exercise with better form.
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Bodymax CF324 – Features Summary
- Flat, incline or decline weight bench
- Also works as a sit up bench
- Great for dumbbell weight lifting exercises
- Can be used for barbell work with most squat stands and power racks
- 180 KG weight capacity
Upper body workouts
With the handles added to the top foam rollers, the Bodymax CF324 has been designed much more around abdominal workouts than other workout benches.
With your head on the seat and back rest in a decline position, the leg raises will allow you to focus more on the lower abs development, while the standard decline situps will place more focus on the upper abs.
If you want to use the bench for more than just ab workouts, combining the bench with a high quality dumbbell set will allow you to train every muscle group in the upper body.
Popular exercises for dumbbell and weights bench workouts:
- Seated lateral raises
- Dumbbell shoulder press
- Incline dumbbell curls
- Seated concentration curls
- Dumbbell kickbacks
- Lying tricep extensions
- Incline dumbbell flys
- Decline dumbbell press
- Dumbbell rows
- Seated dumbbell shrugs
- Flat dumbbell bench press