- Freestanding decline bench offers wide variety of core workouts
- Perform sit-ups, twists and more
- Choose from two leg positions for more comfort
- Eight-inch padded foam rollers keep feet comfortably and safely in place
- Measures 17 by 23 by 45 inches (W x H x D); 200-pound maximum user weight
Define core area with a variety of exercise options Ideal for sit-ups, twists, and more core-strengthening exercises Features 2 incline positions Manufacturer’s warranty included: see complete details in the Product Guarantee area 8-inch foam rollers comfortably hold feet in place. 1.25-inch, multi-colored padding. 200-pound maximum user weight. Measurements: 45L x 15W x 6H inches. Manufacturer’s warranty included (see product guarantee).
Power up your core with the Universal UB100 Incline Bench. With two incline positions, this adjustable weight bench lets you perform sit-ups, twists and core-strengthening exercises. It’s an excellent adjunct to a home gym and can be used within a garage or basement to create a nifty place to work out. To hold your feet in place, this universal weight bench comes equipped with 8″ padded foam rollers. It has a stylish two-tone color, which makes it look elegant and refined. Each universal workout bench can accommodate a weight of up to 200 lbs, ensuring that nearly any adult can use the bench with ease. If you’ve been trying to live an active, healthy lifestyle, this weight bench can help you to do so right in your own home. It can be used with or without dumbbells for calisthenics or weight lifting.
Review 1 – Great for the abs Universal UB100 Decline Bench
This is a great decline bench. Folds up for easy storage. I’m 6′ and thats about the height limit for this bench. The roller pads provide plenty of cushion, but the plugs that hold the roller pads on come off easy. That was fixed with a little black tape wrapped on the ends of the plugs. The bench has enough padding to make it comfortable to use. Should last a long time with proper use. My son and I have been using it for a few weeks now and see a big difference in muscle gain compared to the conventional floor sit-ups. It arrived quickly and was easy to assemble. But, like all excercise equipment ambition is NOT included.
***This bench DOES have 2 positions. Obviously the decline position, but also a flat position if you fold the bench up and lay it on the floor. Hope this helps the people who couldn’t find the second position, or where struggling with using the decline position.
Review 2 – Universal UB100 Decline Bench …. works fine at 5’6” user height
Bought in March 2015, using it about 2-3 times/week, bench still looks great.
** Can be folded by removing pin, does not really fold flat but good enough for me.
** Cushion is comfortable enough, I do at most 25 reps x5 sets each time. I weigh about 170 lbs.
** I’m about 5’6” and my head does go a little past the edge of the board, but it’s not at all uncomfortable.
** I adjust the bench’s incline by wedging something under the board. Just have to make sure it is stable before using it.
** The foam rollers are wide and comfortable enough but could be better.
** Good value at price I paid for ($54.74 at Amazon)
I’ve been doing Ab crunches on carpet floor for about 6 months before I started using this bench for sit ups and the first thing I noticed after first use of this is that my front thigh and hip muscles were really sore the very next day. I was not surprised but it’s something to keep in mind with ab crunches vs. sit-ups.
Review 3 – Decent product
SO I bought this Universal UB100 Decline Bench for some good ab workouts, and all in all its not bad for the money. It arrive undamaged and on time. ( Which is always a plus) Like a previous review I too am 6′ tall and that really is about the max height. The padding on the bench is fairly comfortable. My only complaint is I dont think it is inclined enough. It has no adjustment so i’ve used a scrap piece of 4×4 to increase the incline. Other than that for the money I think its a good buy.