Marcy Combo Smith Home Gym Review

Marcy Combo Smith Home Gym

If I could offer you something that would save you an awful lot of money in the long term the chances are quite high that you would take me up on the offer right? Well I have some good news for my fellow tight people and that is that there is a piece of equipment out there which can save you around $40 a month! This saving will come from the cancellation of your gym membership as you are the proud owner of a new home gym! These amazing inventions will replace the need to get in your car and head down to your local workout spot, and the one we are going to be taking a closer look at today is the Marcy Combo Smith home gym.                                 

So let me know about its features

Gyms can be scary places with the huge variety of tortuous looking machines facing you as soon as you walk through the door but fear no more. If you decide to go ahead with the purchase of this home gym then you can make the most of its many features behind closed doors in your own home! With these features you can be ensured to get a full body workout and the people at Mary Combo haven’t left anything out. There is a free form pulley which is a safe alternative to free weights, a leg developer to tone your quadriceps, hamstrings and gluts, and even a pull up bar to test your arms. It doesn’t matter if it is leg, arm or abs day, there will be something for you to work with.

What workouts can I do with it?

As briefly mentioned above there is something for pretty much every muscle group you have with this machine. You can work out your: arms, shoulders, back, abs and legs. All that’s left is for you to find the right exercise for each! If this doesn’t sound thorough enough for you then you can visit www.fitnessshopper.us to see other similar machines.

 The Positives

After what can be a potentially complicated set up process, the machine works perfectly once built. The build quality of the gym is very good so it should enable you to work out for a long time yet and prove to be a very smart investment, saving you money in the long term when compared to a gym membership.

The Negatives

A few issues came up when looking at the Mary Combo. Firstly the shipping. Customers have complained that when the home gym was shipped to them (in three boxes) there was a lack of care and some cosmetic damage to the items in them. Secondly the product does take a very long time to piece together and set up. Some have stated that they spent up to 12 hours doing so. The final big complaint is that some of the fittings do not seem to go where they are supposed to without an element of force.

Sum it up for me

If you can get over the negative points I have just mentioned then this is a very solid little home gym. You may have to fight to set it up, but once it is it is more than capable of getting you in fighting shape!