Weider Pro 9400 Home Gym Review

The brand name is synonymous with fitness and the Weider Pro 9400 Home Gym not only lives up to the reputation but it propels it to a whole new level.

The framework of the this gym consists of commercial grade steel tubing with reinforced welds to provide the ultimate in safety, structural stability, and support for the user. Plush padding, smooth transitions between system functions, and an attractive look round out an already great system for the exercise enthusiast.

The gym utilizes a unique "dual stack" weight system for the ultimate in upper and lower body workout variety and quality. The system consists of two 106-pound weight stacks that provide the user ample resistance for any workout. The stacks also allow the owner to work out with a companion thanks to their ability to work independently - giving each user access to a full range of exercises.

Standard exercises and work stations:

  • Chest Press
  • Upright Bench Press
  • Low Rowing Pulley
  • High Pull-Down Pulley
  • Abdominal Developer
  • Lat Pull Down
  • Leg Development Station (quads and leg press)
  • Pec Dec/Butterfly
  • Upper Body Station (upper chest press and military/shoulder press)

The gym is designed to bring fitness club quality equipment to the home user at a price and value within easy reach to the average person. Specifically designed to provide a broad range of resistance exercises - its the perfect machine for those looking to gain strength, tone muscles, lose weight, and simply achieve their fitness goals in the comfort and convenience of their own home.

Ease of use and excellent performance are the corner stone of this model. While it may lack the sophistication of comparable models what the Pro 9400 does - it does well.

So what's the bottom line?

If you are looking for a true value within the oftentimes confusing and competitive world of home gym equipment - the Weider Pro 9400 is a machine that will deliver what it promises. It's as simple as that. While this model is no longer in production, you can still find them on websites such as EBay or through your local classified ad listings.