If building out your garage gym is at the top of your home improvement project list, you’ll want to consider buying a full-body workout machine. These all-in-one machines let you hit all your major muscle groups, whether you tackle them all in one workout session or using a workout split. So yes, investing in a full-body workout machine is a smart idea whether or not you do full-body workouts on the reg.
Many types of total-body machines exist, from traditional steel racks and functional trainers to high-tech home gyms that almost double as an interior design flex. But before taking the plunge on such a big investment, you’ll want to look at this list of the best full-body workout machines. Our team thoroughly tests and reviews many of the products that made this list, so you know they’re the creme-de-la-creme regarding versatility, value, and longevity.
The Best Full-Body Workout Machines
Best Full Body Workout Machine Overall: Force USA X20 Pro
Force USA X20 Pro
This power rack doubles as a cable machine with two 289-pound stacks for each cable. The basic package features 12 attachments, while the upgraded kit will bring the total to 18. The X20 is rated to hold up to 990 pounds, so even the most elite-level athletes can confidently hit their heavy lifts.
- Price: $5,999.99
- Product dimensions: 70 in (W) x 86.5 in (D) x 91 in (H)
- Resistance: Two integrated 289-lb weight stacks
- Warranty: Limited lifetime structural warranty
- It combines six strength-training machines, deeming this an all-in-one solution for a total-body workout.
- The X20 Pro is constructed with 11-gauge steel, making it exceptionally durable. It can last a lifetime with proper care.
- You’ll get 17 different attachments to help you hit multiple muscle groups.
- It’s expensive. Shipping also costs an extra $400, and the gym becomes pricier if you add the upgraded accessories package.
- This machine is about 7.5 feet tall and about 6 feet wide, so it’s not ideal if you’re limited on space.
If you want to invest in an all-in-one trainer for your home gym, the Force USA X20 Pro is the perfect pick. The base package comes with 17 attachments to help you hit every muscle group — you’ll get an aluminum straight bar, two pull-up bars, a landmine attachment, a close-grip triangle attachment, an ankle cuff, two plastic d-handles to use with the cables, a nylon rope attachment, a tricep pushdown bar, a short bar, two extension chains that attach to the cables, and four band pegs to use with resistance bands.
That means this nifty trainer will help you stick to your split without hitting the gym. Use the dip attachment for a chest and triceps workout; the lat pulldown attachment, low-row footplate, and d-handles to ignite your back and biceps; and you can easily squat and deadlift on leg day with this rack. Plus, you don’t have to worry about stability — there are holes, so you can bolt it to the