Gold's Gym XR 5.9 Utility Bench

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Overview & Details

Gold's Gym XR 5.9 Utility Bench
Who doesn't want chiseled abs and a powerful core? You can easily target your upper body or lower body for faster, more defined results with this utility bench. The adjustable seat keeps you comfortable and promotes good form, and the leg lockdown allows you to build and tone your lower body. Whether you want to bulk up or slim down, this bench is the perfect spot for beginners and seasoned athletes alike.

What You Get

  • Bench
  • Hardware
  • Exercise Chart
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Maximum User Weight: 300 lbs.
Assembled Measurements: Approx. 54"L x 18"W x 40"H
Assembly: Required; 2 people
Country of Origin: China


4-roll leg lockdown
  • Add definition to your abs, obliques and hip flexors

Adjustable bench seat
  • Can be set at a flat, incline or decline position
  • Quickly converts to a slant board
  • Keeps you comfortable during your work out

Sewn vinyl seats
  • More comfortable
  • Last longer then stretched and stapled seats

Exercise chart
  • Learn which exercises focus on what muscle groups
  • Learn how to perform each exercise most effectively with this step-by-step chart


Gold's Gym XR 5.9 Utility Bench

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  • I love this bench

    It was easy to put together twenty minutes and very sturdy holding my weight of 275 lbs plus Dumbbells

    Starchild43224, OH
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  • tight spot

    its a great product but its one size fits all.an ajustment would be great between the toe and knee placement

    Gman35, WI
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  • Hurt My Back

    When assembled, the flat part of the bench wobbles when I do dumbell rows. This is probably because the weight of the bench ends up being supported by metal rod that allows for the bench to be adjustable. Because the bench is not flat, I have to put my knees on the knee rest in order to have both my back and head on the flat part when doing bench presses. Today, I hurt my tail bone by placing myself incorrectly for benchpresses. You are better off with a flat bench! If you must have one that adjusts, invest in one of higher quality.

    KhaleesiBuffy, FL
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