Flybird adjustable benches are designed to cater to people with different fitness needs. To get the most benefits from your workout, you can adjust a Flybird bench to different positions. Whenever you want to build muscles on your chest, shoulders, arms, triceps, back, or abs, you need to make sure the bench is in the right position. Flybird benches usually offer three different positions: flat, incline, and decline. Depending on your needs, you can adjust the positions for different movements.
Recently, many people have been asking about how to adjust the Flybird bench positions since it comes with multiple pre-positioned holes for multiple leg positions. We have received a lot of feedback from our customers about their beautiful Flybird bench and how to do different kinds of movements. This article will provide an in-depth guide, step by step, on how to set up Flybird benches.
Flybird Adjustable Workout Bench FB149
The Flybird FB149 weight bench is a versatile adjustable weight bench that allows you to perform a variety of exercises, including flat bench press, incline bench press, and military press. The Flybird Weight Bench Adjustable can be assembled in either flat or incline positions. There are seven adjustment angles (0°, -10°, -35°, 23°, 37°, 51°, 85°) for the back pad and three adjustment angles (0°, 12°, 13° ) for the seat.
To adjust the backrest, you need to pull the safety pin, then move the backrest to the position you want and lock it in place by inserting the pin into one of the holes on the horizontal bar.
To adjust the seat, you need to pull the safety pin, then move the seat to the position you want and lock it in place by inserting the pin into one of the holes on the vertical bar.
Flybird AdjutableWeight Bench FB139
The Flybird Weight Bench FB139 can be adjusted to six different positions, from flat to an incline of 76degrees. The bench features comfortable high-density foam padding and a durable steel frame capped with end caps. The bench is also compact, making it easy to store out of the way when not in use.
1.Place the Flybird Weight Bench on a flat, stable surface within your workout area. If you have the optional fly attachment, place this on top of the bench so it is centered on the rear edge.
2.Grasp the backrest in both hands and slide it up or down so that it locks into position at one of six settings as indicated by a numbered hole in the backrest and corresponding hole in the frame. For example, setting 2 is approximately 20 degrees from vertical and setting 6 is approximately 80 degrees from vertical. A small button inside each hole must lock into place for the backrest to be secure at that position.
3.Move the seat section if necessary by grasping the seat in both hands and sliding it up or down so that it locks into position at one of five settings as indicated by a numbered hole in the seat and corresponding hole in the frame. A small button inside each hole must lock into place for safety.
Flybird Adjustable Weight Bench with Waist Pad
The Flybird Adjustable Weight Bench with Waist Pad is one of the most popular weight benches on the market. It's highly rated, inexpensive, and ships free.
The bench is adjustable to several different positions including flat, incline, and decline. The seat is also adjustable to several different positions.
To change the position of the bench, first start with it in the flat position. Then find two locking pins that secure the bench to the frame. These can be found underneath each side of the seat where it meets the frame. The part that is inserted into the hole is a half-inch round pin with a knob on top.
Pull out each pin to release the seat from its current position. Slide it up or down to raise or lower it and then reinsert each pin back into place to lock it into its new position.
Flybird Adjutable Weight Bench FB299
Flybird Adjustable Weight Bench FB299 is a multi-functional adjustable bench, which can be used in full body exercises.
This is a typical pin pulling adjustment system and it works really well.
You get eight different backrest positions going from decline to fully upright at 90 degrees.
And the seat pad itself has three different adjustable positions.
There is also a foot rest which comes in handy for decline exercises, and it has three height adjustments.