The Valor DA-6 is probably the best deal out there as far as flat benches go. I researched benches for months before I made my purchase. My criteria was it had to be low, wide pad and very sturdy. Low benches make a big difference when hoisting DB into place for DB presses. Also, I was interested in buying a Thompson fat pad in the future and putting it on the typical 18'' bench would make it ridiculously high. Wide pads are more supportive and when you rock back a pair of DB into place it's nice not having to be lined up perfectly. So far the width of this pad is working just fine. I did have a quality adjustable bench that i used for the last 10 years but it always annoyed me when doing dumbbell presses and my ass ended up in the gap. I also rarely ever used the adjustable feature. This is great sturdy bench and I wouldn't trade it for an $800+ bench. Overall, very happy with my purchase and I'm sure you will be too.....I forgot to add i'm very picky about my equipment.
I spent a number of years lifting our dear, old arthritic Labrador—up stairs, down stairs, on and off of beds, in and out of the car, wherever walking terrain became difficult. She weighed 65 lbs., and all the lifting, often from poor angles, did a real number on my lower back. I was pretty much in constant pain. My cousin, a nurse, recommended an inversion table. I bought an Ironman and it made a HUGE difference by letting me ease the compression in my lower back. I "hung" every morning for 10 minutes and sometimes in the evenings if my back was bothering me after a long day. Think this saved my life! The table, although heavy to move, is not difficult to assemble. I have never used the infrared feature, as I already have some portable infrared items made by Light Relief, which I use frequently. The point being that the fact this table has infrared could be very helpful to those who don't have other infrared devices. This is just a great product!
I had great expectations of myself but when I received the 30 lb kettlebell I realized I was not up to the challenge YET! I can use this kettlebell for pushups but can't handle it for exercise right now. I'm 5'2" and weigh 140 but my upper body is not ready just yet. If you can handle a heavier weight you'll enjoy and appreciate this kettlebell. If not, get a lower weight and work your way up. I bought a 10 lb kettlebell to begin my training with.
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