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Marcy Smith 2000 Machine
Old Fri, March 19th, 2004, 07:07 PM   #1
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While at sportmart I saw a Marcy smith 2000 machine , doesn't sem to have a chin up bar or dip bars but everything else.The Only thing I noticed is the bench press bar is attached to guide rails. Is this something I should stay away from?

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Old Wed, April 7th, 2004, 03:21 PM   #2
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While at sportmart I saw a Marcy smith 2000 machine , doesn't sem to have a chin up bar or dip bars but everything else.The Only thing I noticed is the bench press bar is attached to guide rails. Is this something I should stay away from?

http://www.mvp.com/product/index.jsp...entPage=family
Hi,

Smith machines are often frowned upon because of the lack of range of motion. Some even believe that smith machines make it more likely to injure yourself. I've tried them out a few times, and honestly don't like them that much.

research other people's opinions...i think you'll find the same answer
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