Fundamental accessory for any type of training, from Powerlifting to Bodybuilding, the bench allows you to perform exercises that involve a large number of muscles, from the biceps to the chest. Not all gym benches are the same: regardless of the bench type, the materials and technologies used, make the difference. This is because an athlete who is on a bench intent on lifting heavy weights does not have to be worried in any way about the tightness or stability of the structure, he has to think exclusively of the exercise, to carry it out to the fullest! For this reason, the gym benches by Lacertosus® are super robust, able to guarantee maximum stability even with the highest loads, also providing optimal support thanks to the high intensity padding. On the market there are many benches for economic weight lifting, built with second choice materials and intended to creak at the first use: the gym benches you find on this page, on the other hand, are made to last a lot, even if subjected to continuous stress in populous gyms! It is all about choosing the ideal gym bench for you, taking into consideration the type of exercise you intend to do and its location, whether in a fitness center or in a Home Gym.
Which gym bench is right for you? Let's start with the simplest, that is, the flat bench: the Flat Bench cannot be missing in any box, nor in any gym, being fundamental for exercises such as pull over, pushes with the dumbbells, oarsman, crosses, abdominals and many exercises with barbell and free-body . Here you can also find a very solid fixed bench according to IPF standard, made with a single body, a real dream for the most demanding powerlifters who do not want to limit themselves! In addition to the fixed benches in this section, you can also find the adjustable bench, that from a flat bench becomes inclined, remaining perfectly robust thanks to the high quality steel with which it was built. Here, you can also find special benches, such as the Glute Ham Developer (a real tank, perfect even for the most robust athletes) and the Sissy Squat, designed to effectively train the buttocks, thighs and quadriceps. Last but not least, we close in style with the fantastic Competition Powerlifting Bench, the most robust competition bench on the market: we are talking about a tested bench with over 400 kilograms of load!