Sterling Series, Olympic Decline Bench

Original price was: $1,568.99.Current price is: $1,205.99.

Size & Spec



Product Weight

104kg / 229lbs

Assembled Size

L 219 x W 174 x H 132 (cm)

Product Code



Adjustable shin pads

Loading Capacity

300kg / 660lbs


Black, 60mm thick pads with industrial vinyl, thick plywood backing and 38mm foam


2.5 – 3mm by 50 x 100mm square tubing, electro-welded to maximum integrity
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Olympic Decline Bench

As a popular alternative to the traditional flat bench (Olympic Decline Bench) press, the Sterling Olympic Decline Bench is an excellent purchase for any gym or strength training facility. The soft leather cover on the upholstery provides ultimate comfort whilst lifting and the dual stop hooks allow effective, unsupervised training. The adjustable knee pads also accommodate to users of all sizes. Targeting the bottom portion of the lower pectoralis major more efficiently than either the flat or incline bench press and providing a lower risk of injury by removing stress from the shoulders and lower back, the decline bench is a valuable addition to any gym.

Product Features

  • Robust and heavy duty construction
  • Electrostatic powder-coated and heat cured for superior durability
  • Olympic Weight horns fitted as standard for optimum storage capacity
  • Low maintenance due to plate loading nature

Originally part of the exclusive equipment provision for China’s 2008 Olympic Weightlifting team, the robust, effective and aesthetic design of the Gym Gear Sterling Series has completely redefined the concept of plate loaded strength training.

The unique isolateral movement design ensures that each station matches the physiological movements of the human body, helping to keep users injury free and simulating the feel of using free weights. Their compact and simple design requires minimal maintenance for commercial applications, making the Sterling range ideal for any strength training facility.



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