- Adjustable handle angle for inward- or outward-facing exercises.
- Dual handles for narrow or wide grip positioning.
- Extra long loading pegs hold 7+ plates.
- Upholstered split squat ankle rollers adjust for length.
Thus far, the 6008 has proven to be the best selling member of the LeverEDGE lineup. Best we can tell, this success can be attributed to three reasons:
- It is probably the most versatile piece of equipment in the LeverEDGE line, allowing users to work both the upper and lower body as they do deadlifts, trap shrugs, squats, weighted lunges and even push presses and tricep dips! Height- and angle-adjustable handles allow users to face inward or outward for various exercises without risk of awkward wrist angles or weird starting heights.
- Those padded rollers in the middle are what make the 6008 a first in the marketplace. They are densely padded and upholstered ankle rollers that facilitate split squats and split lunges. IFBB figure pro Carlene Steenekamp says, “They hit my glutes in a way that no other gym device ever has.”
- Even for a reasonably priced line of equipment, the 6008 is on the even-more-affordable end of the scale.
Features that make the LeverEDGE 6008 a unique offering in the marketplace include:
Weights at the Ready
There are four chrome-plated Olympic bar-sized weight storage pegs that keep plates handy for rapid adjustments between sets. Especially handy in a piece like this, since trap shrugs, deadlifts and the like usually involve a lot of weight.
Extra Long Loading Pegs
For the bigger brutes, athletes and bodybuilders out there, you can load up nine plates on each lever arm.
Each handle is adjustable for both height and angle. This allows users to set a starting height high for trap shrugs or down low for deadlifts, and the angle is adjustable so the user can face in or out.
Provides a wider grip for larger users or a narrow grip for smaller users.
Unique Ankle Rollers
Rest a leg here while facing outward to do split squats and split lunges! Or, you can even rest both thighs on them while facing inward to do tricep dips!
NOTE: Each unladen lever arm weighs 30 pounds.