Summary: The Olympic 2000 Fit4Home 7080 home gym is a budget model which offers a full-body weights workout for a lot less than comparable models. While it might not have the stylish looks of a Marcy or BH gym – the F4H is sturdy and versatile. There is a 150lbs (68kg) stack included, so no need to buy separate weights. You’ll find coverage of all the main muscle groups. Feedback has been very positive. The central message from previous buyers of the Fit 4 Home is that you get a lot of gym for the money.
Check out the full gallery, which includes close-ups, on this dedicated Olympic 2000 F4H 7080 Amazon.co.uk product page.
You’ll get a big, solid and well-spec’d home gym which weighs in at a total of just over 93kgs when assembled. Like all home multi-gyms, you’ll need to assemble the pieces. I recommend 2 people for this. I also recommend you think about the flooring first (much harder afterwards!).
When assembled this unit is 211cms tall. It is just over 1 meter wide (108cms) and measures 168cms from front to back. I like the solid steel bars, with a grey colour – the safety cover for the rear weight stack is also notable.
Like almost all home gyms of this type, you won’t be able to add weight. The 150lb stack will be plenty enough for most workouts. The padding on the seat and back rest is thick compared to similar items.
Everything from a chest press to leg curls are possible on this budget home gym, which crams in a lot of possibilities. Here is the base list:
Let’s start with the chest, you’ll find a chest press, and pec-dec. The arms are independent, helping with making sure you work both sides equally. Note the padded grips each side. Arms have several additional options, an arm pad, pull downs and preacher curls are all possible.
No excuses for skipping leg day with the Olympic 2000 7080. These is a leg extension built in. You can also work abs and core on this model.
With the weight stack changeable in 4.5kg increments, there should be plenty enough resistance to keep you going as your strength improves.
A final note: You will get a 1-year warranty with the 7080.
Home gym buyers are notoriously hard to please, so the positive feedback on this item should be seen in that context!
I always look for an overall theme in the comments. Here, the value for money was the factor that came up multiple times. This ties in well with the rest of the Fit4Home gyms range. They are focused on users that want a decent multi-gym, though don’t want to spend an arm and a leg for it.
Assembly always catches people out, and naturally some people struggle. Some solid advice can be found in the comments concerning setup and organisation of the assembly. Most people were very pleased with the 7080, commenting that the gym was solidly built and had plenty enough resistance for a home model.
New comments are added every week, so make sure you at least scan them on the dedicated amazon page before you make your final decision (not just for this gym, for all of them!).
Discounts do come and go, though at the current price you’d be getting a lot of gym for a bargain price. Sure, you’ll need to assemble it – and have a space big enough that your 7080 won’t be needing to move too often.
On the plus side, you get a lot of exercises in one unit, and that 150lb (65kg) weight stack is more than enough for these.
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