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  1. [WARNING: FLASHING LIGHTS IN VIDEO] A fun, creative video with a Star Wars theme demonstrating the Super Bench Pro Leg Attachment, with leg extensions being performed. The Ironmaster products used in the video can be purchased by following the links below: [ IRONMASTER UK ] Super Bench Pro - click here Leg Attachment Pro - click here [ IRONMASTER USA ] The Super Bench Pro and Leg Attachment Pro can be purchased by clicking here. Gym Equipment links above are affiliated links which means Strength Oldschool receives a small commission should you decide to purchase anything. Your support is greatly appreciated which helps pay towards the running costs of this website amongst other stuff. Lighting Products used within this video: (lightsaber type): https://amzn.to/3MLRjEK (Small Photography Light): https://amzn.to/3HjMthe The above products are Amazon affiliated products. Any purchases made through the above links will provide me with a small commission. Thank you for supporting Strength Oldschool. Support Strength Oldschool: https://www.paypal.com/paypalme/strengtholdschool
  2. I've purchased quite a few gym products over the years including recently from Ironmaster and all have been excellent. The videos below will show you all Ironmaster equipment I own and how it functions. * Read Strength Oldschool's indepth review on these adjustable dumbbells by Ironmaster - click here! If you have any questions on the above equipment ask away!
  3. Ironmaster, the KING of Home Gym, Adjustable Dumbbells, now offer 'Micro Plate Loading'. The fractional weight plates allow lifters to increase their dumbbells / barbells by the smallest amount of 1.25 lbs or 0.57 kg which is excellent for strength training purposes or just simply general resistance progression. I haven't been on the Ironmaster website in a while so this post may or may not be relevant for many people. However after browsing Ironmaster's website today I discovered this relatively new product - "Micro Weight Plates". I don't own these as of yet but I do own regular micro weight plates which I consistently use and highly recommend. Micro weight plates are great for barbell / dumbbell training on all exercises such as bench press, squat, curls, you name it. I'm a strong believer in only increasing weight very slightly and micro weight increments have personally been the key to my past strength gains on various big lift compound exercises i.e. 'Flat Barbell Bench Press', the 'Squat', 'Deadlift', 'Military Press' etc. I'm sure they're other lifters out there who would straight away dismiss such accessory equipment but as I said, personally, I feel its essential. Whether you are training exercises which affect several muscle groups such as squats or deadlifts or whether you're performing isolation exercises like barbell curls for the biceps, "micro loading" is paramount in my book. I've been using micro weight plates (also referred to as fractional weight plates) for years and before I had them, the smallest increment in exercises had to be 5kg (10 lbs+), and that's a lot of weight especially on smaller muscle groups like shoulders and arms. Ironmaster's Micro Plates weigh 1.25 lbs which is 0.57 kg for us British folk, which is ideal. The plate design is different as it's not the typical square format but circular. I do like the circular look and its one of my pet peeves of Ironmaster as I do believe if the overall design of Ironmaster's plates were circular, it would represent the look of a traditional dumbbell more but again, that's just my opinion. I'm glad Ironmaster implemented these micro weight plates as I'm sure they will prove extremely popular. To purchase this product see links below... UK customers: Click here International customers: Click here If anyone wishes to share your own reviews and personal opinions on this product or on "weight micro loading" in general, please add your comments below. Thank you. Take care and happy training! Strength Oldschool
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