I use this when at gym and had to buy my own.
I keep reading reviews on height restrictions. I'm 6ft2in. I don't have any issue doing sit ups or crunches etc. It all goes on where you position your body & how controlled you are with doing sit ups & crunches (and also do you lay/try to rest on the deck inbetween sets) cause this is where I will state, my head hangs over the edge. It's not for laying on and it's not meant for relaxing on between sets like you can a mat). I find that helps me get done what I need to get done.
It's a sturdy piece of equipment. My only complaint, when doing tricep dips, because of the bobbled surface, it can cause pressure pain and indentations over a few sets. But that is a solveable issue.
The compartment: I use 20kg iron York dumbells. They don't fit within the compartment - I have to take them apart. But, the M resistant band fits in without an issue, as does a water bottle and your personal items (Phone etc).
It can be used outdoors, though I would bring it in after using. It's incline has 3 positions, 4 if you include it been put down flat.
It's legs are easily put down and clipped back into place with a locking mechnism - which is what i find brilliant. It won't just suddenly fold up on you. Listen for the click and recheck before doing steps - safety check, as not all of them make that click into position noise (experience with using this step).
The material: hard wearing but marks easily - trainer rub and everyday dirt. To clean, i use antibacterial spray and a microfiber cloth to clean it and paper towel it dry.
|Productafmetingen||35.2 x 33.8 x 121.2 cm; 12.4 kg|