Home GYm saved my life
After a close encounter with a barbell while doing bench press, I got a Studio 200. Great machine. Mine has the alignment slighty off so pulleys do not line up perfectly. Otherwise, a great machine. I habe now broken a cable for the second time (wear and tear) and am having trouble finding a supplier for a new cable in Alberta, Canada. Help!!
Excellent value for the price; a versatile home gym for the more serious enthusiast that does not take up a whole lot of space in the home environment. Beats the heck out of paying ever increasing Gym fees.
Very robust construction, with a good range of exercises. It is built to allow good exercise technique, and it is suitable for the bigger / heavier person.
None that I can pick
Questions & Answers
My cable broke, how can I get one?
Mine has broken three times so far, every four or five years. There are companies that make cables, and if you take the old broken one to them they will make you a new one. A good place to start is a fitness store that sells similar machines. Twice I dropped it off and they made a new one. Once the guy came to the house to measure and fit it right there. Both are fine.
Thanks Stephen, would you happen to have any instructions how to attach the cables?
How much weight can you stack on a studio 2000 what’s the safe limit
200 pounds comes on the stack. That is the limit. When using the keg press, all amounts are doubled, so you have 400 pounds
I had to relocate my Proteus and am having trouble connecting the cable. Do you have a diagram online I could refer to?
Actually my own cables are out for replacement. One broke, so I will replace both. I did draw on the machine with dry erase marke to show where the cables went. Not sure how to attach pics but id you email me I can do it. soharding at cbe dot ab dot ca with no spaces. I may also have drawings in the manual. I will find that. Cheers.
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