York Fitness Cast Iron Spinlock Barbell/Dumbell Set Reviews
Product Type: York Fitness
Newest Review: ... and help me out. Once laid out in my room it seemed to fill out that final space I had. The 5 foot is just long enough to fit ... more
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Customer York Fitness Cast Iron Spinlock Barbell/Dumbell Set Reviews (3)
by - written on 17/07/12 (Very useful, 167 readings)
When I moved to student accommodation I made sure I was to get the biggest room possible! Boy was I surprised when it was three times the size of my current room I had stayed in all my life! Definitely worth the extra few quid! Well I knew I had whole bundle of audio equipment to take up plenty of the space, but there just seemed to be more than I would need. Why not have myself a home gym?! I left for University lighter than I had been as I went on several holidays during my gap year after college. No one wants to go on holiday bulky so I had been visiting the gym a lot. I wanted to keep this up and nothing makes you feel more manly than a cast iron barbell ... Read the complete review
by - written on 06/04/12, updated on 08/04/12 (Very useful, 57 readings)
When weight training, it is vitally important you choose the right Barbell and Dumbbell set at the right price. Quality of material matters, but for me it's more about the three bars and what configuration of indentation they have to give your hands grip. I don't like using gloves when exercising, so this is always my main criterion when entering the market and attempting to find the best set for me. Here we have the 'York Fitness Cast Iron Spinlock Barbell/Dumbell Set' which I bought for just under £150.00 - a fantastic kit with a mass of interchangeable weights at the correct scale. The set contains a large array of compatible weights, bars and spin-locks to ... Read the complete review
by - written on 08/03/12 (Very useful, 48 readings)
At the start of this review, I am briefly going to go over the benefits of free weights over gyms. If you wish to read a little more comparison between the two, check my review of the York 20KG cast Iron dumbbell set, however, I will try to include everything I included in that one with as much detail as I did before. So, as I said in my previous review, I do believe that free weights are far superior to the gym. They require just a simple one off payment, whereas a gym membership can cost in excess of £30 per month. Also, going to and from the gym takes up a lot of time, extra time that you could have been using to work out if you had free weights*. Also, ... Read the complete review
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