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- Critical mid and lower back support for overhead movements
- Allows for neck and upper back movement needed for barbell work
- Leverages the sturdiness of the bench as your seat
- Strong black and chrome plated steel frame
- Heavy duty thick padding with black vinyl
- Pad dimensions are 3" thick, 10.5" wide, and 18" tall
- Pad is reclined back 5 degrees for optimal ergonomics
- Sits 21" tall above bench pad
- Rated for 600 lbs
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5/5 Stars out of 4 Reviews
Chris S. (New York) | June 1st, 2022
Another great attachment from Ironmaster. I emailed them a couple years ago with this exact concept, hoping they’d fabricate something one day…well, they delivered! Solid piece and works great as an upright seated position. Definitely one of my favorite attachments. Thank you!
Steven (Berkeley, CA) | May 31st, 2022
Built solid and works great. I actually use it more for other things than intended. I train people and it’s great to have this close in front of a cable machine with multiple handles and have people push their feet into the normal bench feet to brace themselves. The bench in a normal upright position makes that a little complicated. Also great for chest supported rowing movements because you’re a lot closer to the cable and don’t have to figure out a way to extend the handles to reach it while still sitting down. It’s of course great for what it’s intended for as well. Everything they make is great!
Kevin Kleinrath (Newbury Park, CA) | April 7th, 2022
This is a fantastic addition to the Ironmaster well thought line-up. Very solid and stable! Fits perfectly with my Super Bench/Pro. I am very happy with my purchase.
Jim (St Louis MO area) | March 15th, 2022
I've been hoping IM would begin making this again for a while now. This makes for a very sturdy utility bench, no wobble at all. Ideal for seated military presses or overhead dumbbell extensions. I can get a full ROM now without the bottom of the dumbbell hitting the top of the bench. For me this makes it much more comfortable doing seated military presses, as I can lean my head back as the bar is coming down.