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Smith Machine Definition
What Is A Smith Machine?

A Smith Machine is a special gym machine that looks like a big doorway with you standing in the middle. On the two sides, you will see notches that protrude a few inches out. These notches support a barbell. The barbell slides up and down the unit in an easy swift motion. The purpose of the machine is to aid you in exercises like the bench press, squat, lunge, and seated press. The unique characteristics of the machine make it easy to work out without a spotting partner. If the weight gets too heavy, you can simply flick your wrist and lock the bar into one of the notches.

If you are an athlete who likes to train as an individual then the Smith Machine can easily become a great training partner. This machine is basically a bar connected to a huge rack. The bar slides up and down along a track, and with a simple flick of the wrist you can lock the bar into any groove on the edge of the machine. This will allow you to lift greater weights than you normally can without dropping the bar and injuring yourself.

With the Smith Machine, you can do many great exercises, including flat, incline, and decline bench presses, squats, military presses and holder shrugs. Using this machine a few times a week will take your workouts to new heights.

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