MAXX Bench: Bailing You Out When You FAIL!

Maxx Bench

The Maxx Bench is an incredible new piece of fitness technology that will bail you out when you hit muscular failure.

Everyone loves to see a good gym fail video. The internet is littered with all kinds of pictures and videos of people who thought they were as strong as Hercules, but when the rubber met the road, they folded like a cheap tent.

While many will laugh hysterically at those unfortunate souls who fail miserably when attempting to lift a weight WAY beyond their means, it’s no laughing matter when you’re the one getting crushed under the weight.

To avoid this scenario from ever happening, a fail-safe device has been invented to save your rear end next time you go to heavy and there’s no spotter to bail you out.

Enter the MAXX Bench!

What is it and how does it work? We’ll get into that in a moment, but first make sure to sign up for PricePlow alerts and see where to get the best deal:

What is the MAXX Bench?

The MAXX Bench is touted as the “First Ever Gravity Release Bench Press.”[1] It is the first free weight bench that enables lifters and athletes alike to really push the envelope in terms of weight and save themselves should they fail all by merely pressing a foot lever.

All lifters have experienced that feeling of maximum muscular failure. You’ve squeezed every ounce of energy out of the muscle and there’s simply no way to get the barbell off of your chest, until now…

The MAXX Bench allows you to test your limits and reach for those all important muscle-building reps where you’re just on the verge of failing without smashing your face! complete the most important final repetitions to make the biggest gains. It allows you to press the limits, and more importantly, press YOUR limits – without ever putting yourself at risk.

How Does It Work?

As mentioned above, the Maxx Bench is a gravity release machine that’s operated by a foot level. It uses patent pending technology developed by a mechanical engineer who experienced one of those “epic fails” when trying to bench more than he could.

When you typically hit muscle failure, a spotter lifts the bar UP and away from you. However, when you’re alone, there’s no one to pick the bar up. The Maxx Bench takes the concept and flips it upside down.

By employing a concept similar to a floor jack, the bench has a hydraulic release that lowers you away from bar by pressing the foot lever. As you descend, the barbell lands safely on the supports, and not on your face. When the bench reaches its lowest point, you merely slide out from underneath the bar and get up!

The bench then resets to it normal height, and you get back under the bar to continue with your workout, face and neck intact!

As an added bonus, there’s no having to change the pins to adjust the height of the bench or the safety supports. Everything is controlled by the foot lever. Simply press it down and release and the jack will adjust the height down incrementally to get you at the perfect bench height based on your size.

How Heavy Can I Go?

Maxx Bench Truck

The Maxx Bench has been safely rated for up to 4,000 lbs! Can your bench handle that much?

The Maxx Bench has been tested and rated for both home and commercial gym use. We mentioned that it’s based off the concept of a hydraulic floor jack. WIth that in mind, the Maxx Bench can handle loads up to almost 4,000-lbs! They’ve even tested it holding up a pickup truck!

What about Incline Pressing?

Good news! The prototype design for an incline version of the Maxx Bench has just completed testing.[1] This is the next item in the Maxx Bench line that needs a bit of funding to get off the ground, but based off the popularity of the flat bench version, this one is sure to take off as well.

How Can I Get One?

Unfortunately, the MAXX Bench is still in the kickstarter phase, meaning their sourcing the masses for donations so it can be produced on a large scale. If enough people can get behind this project, which it seems to have a strong following, this has a real shot to makes its way into commercials gyms, and hopefully the home!


One of the biggest problems many face when working out is “leaving their ego at the door” and picking a weight that is appropriate for their strength levels, particularly in the bench press. Using a spotter is really one of the best ways to ensure you never smash your face and seriously injure, and embarrass, yourself when pushing maximum amounts of weights. The Maxx Bench offers a solution to those that work out at home or those who are too embarrassed or scared to ask for a spot.

The Maxx Bench provides a safe way to train without a spotter and really lets you push your physical limits. Be sure to stay tuned to PricePlow for more updates on this product and when the incline version of the Maxx Bench hits the market!

About the Author: Mike Roberto

Mike Roberto

Mike Roberto is a research scientist and water sports athlete who founded PricePlow. He is a biohacker with extensive experience in supplementation and dietary modification, whose personal expertise stems from several "n=1" experiments done on himself.

Mike's goal is to bridge the gap between nutritional research scientists and non-academics who seek to better their health in a system that has catastrophically failed the public.

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