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Larry Collectors Edition Training Equipment

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Price: $999.00

Preacher Bench
"The face of the Preacher Bench is the single most important factor. It has to be a rounded face... not a flat face. The actual shape of the contour isn't as important as it being rounded. In fact, when you experiment with different contours you'll find you can build different sectors of the biceps. For example, a steeper curve builds better peak and a flatter curve builds the impressive lower biceps. Hard to believe but... you can actually change the shape of your biceps by changing the contour of the Preacher Bench you're working on. I know, because I did it." - Larry Scott

Construction specs: High industrial quality 2' tubular steel, foam and naugahyde. Size: 41' length, 26' width, 38' height, Weight: 87 lbs. Shipping charges are extra for all equipment. 

Spider Bench
"Many years ago Vince came up with the idea of building a bench that would do the same job as the vertical side of the preacher but, do it a lot better. First thing he did was make a pad on a bench in the form of a cross. (look at the picture) This perfectly supports the chest so you're not cutting off your air or creating pain just trying to stay in position. Then he made the angle of the bench 15 degrees off horizontal. Visualize this if you can. You're lying face down on the bench. Your arms are hanging over the top of the cross and the back of the arms are supported by the arm rests. Your hands are about 8 inches apart with the thumbs on the same side of the bar as the fingers. You curl the bar all the way up to the chin and down again until you can't do any more full reps. Then do 4 or 5 half reps at the top. Lower the bar and do 5 or 6 1/4 reps at the bottom. Then bounce out 10 or 12 reps right down low until your arms are roasted. Believe me... this system is almost magic when it comes to building peak biceps. We never failed to finish off our arms with "burnouts on the Spider" till we couldn't stand the pain. Then we ran over to the tape measure to see how much we could get. Makes my mouth water just to think about it." - Larry Scott

Construction specs: High industrial quality 2' tubular steel, foam and naugahyde. Size: 42' length, 24' width, 32' height. Weight: 65 lbs. Shipping charges are extra for all equipment. 

Tricep Bar
"If you only knew how many different configurations of this bar I've tried before I came up with this final version... this one is worth its weight in gold! The diameter of the bar should be at least 1.5 to 2 inches. A thinner bar will not allow the pure burn during the last few reps. Furthermore, the smaller diameter bar won't allow the pleasant shift on the palm position, needed for superior burns. The angle of each leg of the V bar should be no more than 30 degrees off a straight line. When the angle is steeper, it's much more difficult to get pure tricep action and... too much stress is placed on the wrists when the angle is flatter." - Larry Scott

Construction specs: High industrial quality round tubular steel. Size: 14' length, 1.5' diameter Weight: 4 lbs. Shipping charges are extra for all equipment. 

Contact Larry Scott Research for a quote. Our equipment is custom made and takes six to eight weeks to manufacture.

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