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Tricep Dip

Rated 5.00 out of 5 based on 4 customer ratings
(4 customer reviews)

$2,695.00

5.00 out of 5

MDC-1011A

  • Pressing handles flip for wide or narrow dips
  • Adjustable, pneumatic height adjustment for more range of tricep presses
  • Angled back pad locks the user into place
  • 180 lb solid steel, precision weight stack
  • 120 lb steel weight stack with a magnetic selector pin
  • 64″ l x 40″ w x 60″ h, 390 lb
  • 163 cm x 102 cm x 152 cm, 177 kg
SKU: MDC-1011A. Category: .

Description

MDC-1011A

  • Pressing handles flip for wide or narrow dips
  • Adjustable, pneumatic height adjustment for more range of tricep presses
  • Angled back pad locks the user into place
  • 180 lb solid steel, precision weight stack
  • 120 lb steel weight stack with a magnetic selector pin
  • 64″ l x 40″ w x 60″ h, 390 lb
  • 163 cm x 102 cm x 152 cm, 177 kg

Additional information

Weight390 lbs
Dimensions64 × 40 × 60 in

4 reviews

  1. Rated 5 out of 5

    Mike Rosa

    After trying to find this machine for months I finally met Brian and the team at a trade show and found out that THIS is the original butt blaster machine. I own a women’s gym in Orlando and since this machine has been replaced, we literally have lines waiting for it. I was able to call and order directly from the manufacturer and they treated us awesome. Highly recommended piece as it really hits the hamstrings and lower glutes like no other!

  2. Rated 5 out of 5

    Taylor Randall

    I’m definitely impressed with the fluid movement on this machine and the ability to nail the glutes better than deep lunges. The butt blaster machine is really an amazing model and I was looking everywhere for it. So glad the booty blaster exists!

  3. Rated 5 out of 5

    Sarah McCann

    I love butt blasting my gluteal muscles and there is nothing better than this piece of equipment. It really is the right way to tone your hamstrings and the butt. I’m a doctor and although this is not medical advice, I highly recommend this to patients holding water and fat in those hard to reach spots, particularly on women. Make sure to do the full range of motion and get the most out of this exercise.

  4. Rated 5 out of 5

    Daisy Caron

    I thought the butt blaster was gone forever. Seriously, I used this machine in college and did not think it was still around. I’ve been doing series of front and side lunges to get my fix for the glutes and hamstrings but there is nothing like doing super slow high repetition sets on this piece of equipment.

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