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Default Powertec workbench multi system question. - 03-12-2014, 10:38 PM

Hello all. I have been scouring the Internet for the better part of a week now, sitting on the fence about purchasing the Powertec workbench multi system.

I have been burnt in the past purchasing home gym equipment (buy cheap and what should I expect, right?), and the biggest issue I have always found are that they simply do not cater for the tall people. Can't achieve the full range of movement due to my bloody long arms and legs, or a bench seat too small for my tall-arse frame.

All the reviews I have found concerning Powertec impressive machine all point to a well made, tough as nails workout gym for your home, but before I splash out some cash for it I would love to hear from other fellow tall bastards out there who have had experience using this machine (or others like like it).

At about 6"2, will this machine cater a full range of movement for a good workout?

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