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MEIDE2R100 Model No . 831.159010 USER'S MANUAL Serial No . Write the serial number in the space above for reference . Serial Number Decal ( under seat ) _ " X F - . R C I S E . EQUIPMENT HELPLINE ! ! - 800 - 736 - 6879 SEARS , ROEBUCK AND CO . HOFFMAN ESTATES , IL 60179 www . weiderfit ness . com new products , prizes , fitness tips , and much more !
TABLE OF CONTENTS IMPORTANT PRECAUTIONS . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 3 BEFORE YOU BEGIN . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 4 ASSEMBLY . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 5 ADJUSTMENTS . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 14 WEIGHT RESISTANCE CHART . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 16 CABLE DIAGRAM . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 17 EXERCISE GUIDELINES . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 18 ORDERING REPLACEMENT PARTS . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . Back Cover LIMITED WARRANTY . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . Back Cover Note : A PART IDENTIFICATION CHART and a PART LIST / EXPLODED DRAWING are attached in the center of this manual . Remove the PART IDENTIFICATION CHART and the PART LIST / EXPLODED DRAWING before beginningassembly . WELDER is a registeredtrademark of ICON Health & Fitness , Inc . 2
IMPORTANT PRECAUTIONS WARNING : To reduce the rlsk of serious injury , reed the following Important precau - tions before using the weight system . 1 , Read all Instructions in this manual and In 11 . Make sure that the cables remain on the pul - the accompanying literature before using the leys at all times . If the cables bind while you weight system . Use the weight system only are exercising , stop Immediately and make as described in this manual . sure that the cables are on all of the pulleys . 2 . It Is the responsibility of the owner to ensure 12 . Always stand on thefoot plate when per - that an users of the weight system are ade - formlng an exercise that could cause the quately Informed of all precautions , weight system to tip . 3 . The weight system Is Intended forhome use 13 . Always disconnect the lat bar from the Ing down . â€¢ Misuseofthisproduct mayresultinserious injury . â€¢ Readuser'smanual andfollowall warnings our toll - free HELPLINE andooeratinginstruc 7 . Keep hands and feet eway ; frommovlngparts : tionsenortouse â€¢ Donotallowchilaren onorarounomacn _ ne â€¢ Replacelabelifbleo , damagedi , llegi r 9 , removeo . Decal I Uon shown . 10 . Never release the press arm , butterftyfarms , leg lever , at bar , ( ) r handle whllewelgh ; ts _ are Decal 2 raised , the weights will fall with great force . 3
BEFORE YOU BEGIN Thank you for selectingthe versatile WELDER Â® 2100 1 - 800 - 736 - 6879 , Monday throughSaturday , 7 a . m . weight system . The WELDER " 2100 offersa selection until7 p . m . Central Time ( excludingholidays ) . To help of weight stations designed to develop every major us assist you , please note the product model number musclegroup of the body . Whether your goal is to tone and serial number before calling . The model numberis 831.159010 . The serial numbercan be found on a your body , build dramatic muscle size and strength , or improveyour cardiovascular system , the WELDER Â® decal attached to the weight system ( see the front 2100 will help you to achieve the resultsyou want . coverof this manual ) . For your benefit , read this manual carefully before Before reading further , please review the drawing using the weight system , if you have additional below and familiarizeyourselfwith the parts that are labeled . questions , please call our toll - free HELPLINE at ASSEMBLED DIMENSIONS : Height : 74 in . LSt Bar Width : 42 in . Length : 60 in . High Pulley Station Warning Decal 2ide ( One on each s Press Arm / Butterfly of the front upright . ) Front Upright Decal 1 Backrest Weight Carriage Seat Low Pulley Station Leg Lever Foot Plate 4
ASSEMBLY â€¢ As you assemble the weight system , make sure all parts are oriented as shown in the drawings . â€¢ For help identifyingsmall parts , use the PART The following tools ( not Included ) are required for assembly : â€¢ two adjustable wrenches â€¢ one rubber mallet Before beginning assembly , carefully rend the â€¢ one standard screwdriver following Information and Instructions : â€¢ one Phillips screwdriver â€¢ Assembly requires two people . â€¢ lubricant , such as grease or petroleum jelly , â€¢ Place all parts in a cleared area and remove the and soapy water . packing materials . Do not disposeof the packing materials untilassembly is completed . Assembly will be moreconvenient if you have a socket set , a set of open - end or closed - end â€¢ " 13ghtenall partsas you assemble them , unless wrenches , or a set of ratchetwrenches . instructedto do otherwise . 3 71 1 . Before beginning assembly , be sure that you 2 have rend and understand the Information In the box above . 58 Indents Press two 50mm x 75mm Inner Caps ( 29 ) into 1 the sides of the Foot Plate ( 74 ) . 58 Orient the Rear Base ( 3 ) with the indents around 29 the holes on the bottom . Attach the Front Base 74 ( 1 ) and the Rear Base to the Center Base ( 2 ) with two M10 x 70mm Bolts ( 58 ) and two M10 Nylon Locknuts ( 71 ) . 2 2 . Insert six M10 x 65mm Carriage Bolts ( 57 ) up throughthe Frontand Rear Bases ( 1 , 3 ) . _ 75 Press the three Base Caps ( 28 ) onto the ends of 77 77 2 the Front Base ( 1 ) , the Center Base ( 2 ) , and the - 71 Rear Base . Secure the Base Caps withthree M4 1 x 20mm Screws ( 77 ) and three M5 Washers ( 75 ) . 71 28 Attachthe Foot Plate ( 74 ) to the Center Base ( 2 ) withtwo M10 x 65mm Carriage Bolts ( 57 ) and 57 57 two M10 Nylon Locknuts ( 71 ) . 75 5
3 . Attach the Rear Upright ( 7 ) to the Rear Base ( 3 ) with the two indicated M10 x 65mm Carriage Bolts ( 57 ) and two M10 Nylon Locknuts ( 71 ) . Press a 38mm Square InnerCap ( 41 ) intothe tube on the Front Upright ( 6 ) . Attachthe Front Upright ( 6 ) to the FrontBase ( 1 ) with the two indicated M10 x 65mm Carriage Bolts ( 57 ) and two M10 Nylon Locknuts ( 71 ) . Do not tighten the MIO Nylon Locknuts ( 71 ) yet . 71 1 57 4 . Press a 50mm Square Inner Cap ( 22 ) intothe 4 Seat Upright ( 73 ) . Attachthe Bumper ( 25 ) to the 22 Seat Uprightwith an M4 x 20mm Screw ( 77 ) and an M5 Washer ( 75 ) . Attachthe Seat Upright ( 73 ) to the Front Base ( 1 ) 77 with the two indicated M10 x 65mm Carriage Bolts ( 57 ) and two M10 Nylon Locknuts ( 71 ) . Do not tighten the Nylon Locknute yet . 75 5 . Make sure there is a Carriage Bushing ( 32 ) inside 57 the top of the Carriage Stop ( 31 ) . Slide the Carriage Stop onto the Rear Upright ( 7 ) and attach it at the indicated hole ( see the insetdraw - 5 ing ) withan M8 x 70mm Bolt ( 72 ) and an M8 Nylon Locknut ( 70 ) . Make sure there are two Carriage Bushing ( 32 ) inside the top and bottomof the Weight Carriage ( 14 ) . Press two 25mm Round Inner Caps ( 33 ) into the ends of the tube on the Weight Carriage . Insertan M10 x 20mm Bolt ( 67 ) intothe bracket on the Weight Carriage . Slide the Weight Carriage ( 14 ) onto the Rear Upright ( 7 ) . Press a 50mm Square Inner Cap ( 22 ) onto the top of the Rear Upright . 6
6 . Press a 50mm Square Inner Cap ( 22 ) into the 6 58 end of the Top Frame ( 8 ) . Attachthe Top Frame ( 8 ) to the Front Upright ( 6 ) withtwo M10 x 70mm Bolts ( 58 ) , the 90mm Space Support Plate ( 21 ) , and two M10 Nylon Locknuts ( 71 ) . Attach the Top Frame ( 8 ) to the Rear Upright ( 7 ) with two M1O x 70mm Bolts ( 58 ) , the 70mm â€¢ 0 " i Space Support Plate ( 56 ) , and an M10 Nylon Locknut ( 71 ) . 22 . . - ' _ 0o not tighten the M10 Nylon Looknuts ( 71 ) yet . 7 . Attachthe Seat Frame ( 5 ) to the Front Upright ( 6 ) withtwo M10 x 70ram Bolts ( 58 ) , two M10 Washers ( 26 ) , and two M10 Nylon Locknuts ( 71 ) . Attach the Seat Frame ( 5 ) to the Seat Upright ( 73 ) with two M10 x 70ram Bolts ( 58 ) , two M10 Washers ( 26 ) , and two M10 Nylon Locknuts ( 71 ) . Tighten the M10 Nylon Locknuts ( 71 ) used In steps 2 - 7 . 8 . Press a 50mm Square Inner Cap ( 22 ) into the ButterflyFrame ( 9 ) . Lubricatethe M10 x 75mm Bolt ( 60 ) with grease . Attach the ButterflyFrame ( 9 ) to the Top Frame ( 8 ) withthe Bolt and an M10 Nylon Locknut ( 71 ) . Do not overtlghten the Locknut ; the Butterlly Frame must be able to pivot easily . 6O 7
Press a 40mm x 50mm Inner Cap ( 23 ) intothe 9 . 9 indicatedend of the RightButterflyArm ( 11 ) . Wet the bottom end of the Arm with soapy water . Slide 11 a Large Foam Pad ( 19 ) onto the Arm . Attach a Pivot Bracket ( 48 ) to the Right Butterfly Arm ( 11 ) with an M10 x 50mm Bolt ( 62 ) and an M10 Nylon Locknut ( 71 ) . Do not overtlghten the Looknut ; the Pivot Bracket must be able to pivot easily . Slide a Foam Grip ( 76 ) onto the Right Handle ( 13 ) . Attachthe Handle to the Right ButterflyArm ( 11 ) withtwo M8 x 15ram Bolts ( 64 ) . Slide the Large Foam Pad ( 19 ) down so that the bottom of the Foam Pad is even with the bottom of the Arm . Repeat this step with the Left Butterfly Arm ( 10 ) . 10 10 . Lubricate an M10 x 82mm Bolt ( 50 ) and both Welded Lubricate sides of two PlasticWashers ( 55 ) with grease . Bushir x ' _ 50 Attach the Right ButterflyArm ( 11 ) to the Butterfly 11 Frame ( 9 ) withthe Bolt , the two PlasticWashers , two ButterflyCaps ( 54 ) , and an M10 Nylon Locknut ( 71 ) . Do not overtlghten the Locknut ; the Butterfly Arm must be able to pivot easily , ' l 55 _ " " " - 9 " " i Be sure the indented sides of the Plastic Lubricate Washers fit over the welded bushing In the Butterfly Arm . 71 Repeat this step with the Left Butterfly Arm ( 10 ) . 11 . Press two 40mm x 50mm Inner Caps ( 23 ) into 11 the ends of the Leg Lever ( 4 ) . Lubricatean M10 x 65mm Bolt ( 59 ) with grease . Attach the Leg Lever ( 4 ) to the Seat Upright ( 73 ) with the Bolt and an M1O Nylon Locknut ( 71 ) . Do 73 not overt _ ghten the Locknut ; the Leg Lever 23 must be able to pivot easily . 4 _ Lubricate 23 - - 8
12 . Locate the Butterfly Cable ( 46 ) . Attach the ButterflyCable to the indicated PivotBracket ( 48 ) with an M8 x 27mm Shoulder Bolt ( 63 ) and an M8 Nylon Locknut ( 70 ) . 13 . Wrap the ButterflyCable ( 46 ) around a " V " - Pulley 13 ( 39 ) . Attach the Pulley and a Long Cable Trap ( 40 ) to the bracket on the Front Upright ( 6 ) with , , 6 an M10 x 55mm Bolt ( 69 ) and an M10 Nylon / 71 Locknut ( 71 ) . Be sure the Cable Trap Is turned 39 to hold the Cable In the Groove of the Pulley . 4 _ / _ / 69 46 14 , Wrap the ButterflyCable ( 46 ) around a 90mm Pulley ( 38 ) . Attach the Pulley to the Double " U " - Bracket ( 37 ) with an M10 x 47mm Bolt ( 61 ) and an M10 Nylon Locknut ( 71 ) . 15 . Wrap the ButterflyCable ( 46 ) around a " V " - Pulley 15 ( 39 ) . Attach the Pulley and a Long Cable Trap ( 40 ) to the bracket on the Front Upright ( 6 ) with 46 an M10 x 55mm Bolt ( 69 ) and an M10 Nylon Locknut ( 71 ) . Be sure the Cable Trap Is turned to hold the Cable In the Groove of the Pulley . 9
16 . Attach the ButterflyCable ( 46 ) to the indicated 16 Pivot Bracket ( 48 ) with an M8 x 27mm Shoulder Bolt ( 63 ) and an M8 Nylon Locknut ( 70 ) . 7O 17 . Locate the High Cable ( 45 ) . Route the eyelet 17 end of the Cable up throughthe Top Frame ( 8 ) and around a 90mm Pulley ( 38 ) . Attach the Pulley 71 34 inside the Top Frame with an M1O x 7Omm Bolt ( 58 ) , two M10 Washers ( 26 ) , two 13mm Spacers ( 34 ) , and an M1O Nylon Locknut ( 71 ) . 18 . Wrap the High Cable ( 45 ) around a 90mm Pulley 18 ( 38 ) . Attachthe Pulley insidethe Top Frame ( 8 ) withan M10 x 70mm Bolt ( 58 ) , two M1O Washers ( 26 ) , two 13mm Spacers ( 34 ) , and an M1O Nylon Locknut ( 71 ) . 8 19 . Wrap the High Cable ( 45 ) around a 90mm Pulley 19 ( 38 ) . Attach the Pulley and a Cable Trap ( 44 ) to the second set of holes from the top of the two Pulley Plates ( 36 ) with an M10 x 47mm Bolt ( 61 ) and an M10 Nylon Locknut ( 71 ) . Be sure the Cable Trap Is turned to hold the Cable In the Groove of the Pulley . . , 61 6 36 _ 10
20 . Wrap the High Cable ( 45 ) around a 9Omm Pulley 2O 38 ( 38 ) . Attachthe Pulley insidethe Top Frame ( 8 ) with an M10 x 70mm Bolt ( 58 ) , two M1OWashers 145 ( 26 ) , two 13mm Spacers ( 34 ) , and an M10 Nylon Locknut ( 71 ) . 34 26 21 . Attach the eyelet end of the High Cable ( 45 ) to 21 the M10 x 20mm Bolt ( 67 ) in the bracket on the Weight Carriage ( 14 ) with an M1O Nylon Locknut ( 71 ) . 22 . Locatethe Low Cable ( 47 ) . Route the Cable throughthe cage and rest it inthe bracketson the Center Base ( 2 ) . Attach a 90mm Pulley ( 38 ) insidethe indicated bracket on the Center Base ( 2 ) with an M10 x 47mm Bolt ( 61 ) and an M10 Nylon Locknut ( 71 ) . 61 Cage 23 . Attach a 90mm Pulley ( 38 ) insidethe indicated 23 bracket on the Center Base ( 2 ) with an M10 x 47mm Bolt ( 61 ) and an M10 Nylon Locknut ( 71 ) . 38 61 e , ; 1 11
24 . Wrap the Low Cable ( 47 ) around a 90mm Pulley 24 ( 38 ) . Attach the Pulley and a Cable Trap ( 44 ) to the second set of holes from the bottomof the I two Pulley Plates ( 36 ) with an M10 x 47mm Bolt ( 61 ) and an M10 Nylon Locknut ( 71 ) . Be sure the Cable Trap Is turned to hold the Cable In the Groove of the Pulley . 25 . Wrap the Low Cable ( 47 ) around a 90mm Pulley 25 ( 38 ) . Attach the Pulley inside the indicated brack - et on the Front Base ( 1 ) with an M10 x 47mm Bolt ( 61 ) and an M10 Nylon Locknut ( 71 ) . 61 26 . Wrap the Low Cable ( 47 ) around a 90mm Pulley 26 ( 38 ) . Attachthe Pulley to the Double = U " - Brasket ( 37 ) with an M1O x 47mm Bolt ( 61 ) and an M10 Nylon Locknut ( 71 ) . 47 _ 38 - _ 61 27 . Wrap the Low Cable ( 47 ) around a 90mm Pulley 27 ( 38 ) . Attach the Pulley insidethe Front Upright ( 6 ) with an M10 x 70mm Bolt ( 58 ) , two M10 Washers ( 26 ) , two 13mm Spacer ( 34 ) , and an M10 Nylon Locknut ( 71 ) . 34 6 58 12
28 . Route the Low Cable ( 47 ) throughthe Seat 28 Upright ( 73 ) and under a 90mm Pulley ( 38 ) . Attach the Pulley insidethe Seat Uprightwith an M10 x 65mm Bolt ( 59 ) , two M10 Washers ( 26 ) , two 13mm Spacer ( 34 ) , and an M10 Nylon Locknut ( 71 ) . See the inset drawing . Attach the end of the Low Cable ( 47 ) to the Leg Lever ( 4 ) with an M10 x T _ 4 47 28mm Shoulder Bolt ( 78 ) and an M10 Nylon Locknut ( 71 ) . 47 59 78 29 Wide 1 _ 29 . Orient the Seat ( 16 ) as shown . Attachthe Seat to the Seat Frame ( 5 ) with an M6 x 65mm Bolt ( 65 ) , an M6 Washer ( 35 ) , and two M6 x 15mm Bolts End _ ( 66 ) . 5 66 30 . Attachthe Backrest ( 15 ) to the FrontUpright ( 6 ) 30 withtwo M6 x 65mm Bolts ( 65 ) , and two M6 Washers ( 35 ) . II 5 Ill 31 . Press two 19mm Round Inner Caps ( 27 ) into the 31 ends of a Pad Tube ( 17 ) . Slide the Pad Tube 18 throughthe hole in the Leg Lever ( 4 ) . Slide two Foam Pads ( 18 ) onto the ends of the Pad Tube . Repeat this step with the other Pad Tube ( 17 ) 27 and the Seat Upright ( 73 ) . 18 13
32 . Insert the two LockingPins ( 53 ) into the Butterfly 32 Frame ( 9 ) . Attach the tether on the Pins to the Butterfly Frame with the M4 x 10mm Screw ( 68 ) . 53 9 33 . Make sure that all parts have been properlytightened . The use of all remainingparts will be explained in ADJUSTMENTS , below . Before usingthe weight system , pulleach cable a few times to make surethat the cablesmove smoothly over the pulleys . If one of the cables does not move smoothly , find and correctthe problem . IMPORTANT : If the cables are not properly routed , they may be damaged when heavy weight Is used . See the CABLE DIAGRAM on page 17 of this manual for proper cable routing . If there Is any alack In the cables , you wM need to remove It by Ughtenlng the cables ; see TIGHTENING THE CABLES on page 15 . ADJUSTMENTS This sectionexplains how to adjust the weight system . See the EXERCISE GUIDELINES on page 18 for impor - tant informationabout how to get the most benefit from your exercise program . Also , refer to the accompanying exercise guide to see the correct form for each exercise . Make sure all partsare properly tightenedeach time the weightsystem is used . Replace any worn partsimmediate - ly . The weight systemcan be cleaned witha damp clothand a mild , non - abrasivedetergent . Do not use solvents . A'n'ACHING THE ACCESSORIES TO A PULLEY STATION Attach the Lat Bar ( 42 ) to the High Cable ( 45 ) with a Cable Clip ( 52 ) . For some exercises , the Chain ( not shown ) should be attached between the Lat Bar and the High Cable with two Cable Clips . Adjust the length of the Chain between the Lat Bar and the Short Cable so the Lat Bar Is In the correct start - ing position for the exercise to be performed . The Handle ( not shown ) can be attached in the same manner . The accessoriescan be attached to the Low Cable ( not shown ) in the same manner . 14
ADDING WEIGHTS TO THE WEIGHT CARRIAGE To add resistanceto the weight system , slide an equal amount of weight ( notincluded ) onto each side of the Weight weight tubeon the WeightCarriage ( 14 ) . Be sure that the weightsare pushed against the weight stops . Note : Due to the cables and pulleys , the actual amount of Weight reslstance at each exerclse statlon may vary from Weight the amount of welght used . Use the WEIGHT RESISTANCE CHART on page 16 to find the approxlmate amount of reslstance st each staUon . If Olympicweights are to be used , slide the two 20 Weight Adapters ( 20 ) onto the weight tube on the Weight Carriage ( 14 ) . TIGHTENING THE CABLES Woven cable , the type of cable used on the weight I system , can stretch slightlywhen it is firstused . If there is slack in the cables before resistance is felt , the cables should be tightened . Slack can be removed by moving a 90mm Pulley ( 38 ) and Cable Trap ( 44 ) to a set of holes closer to the center of the two Pulley Plates ( 36 ) . Remove the M10 Nylon Locknut ( 71 ) and the M10 x 47mm Bolt ( 61 ) from the Cable Trap , the Pulley , and the Pulley Plates . Re - attach the Pulley and the Cable Trap to the new set of holes in the Pulley Plates with the Bolt and Nylon Locknut . Make sure that the Cable Trap Is In the proper position and that the Cable and Pulley move smoothly . CONVERTING THE BUTTERFLY ARMS Butterfly Holes To use the ButterflyArms ( 10 , 11 ) as butterflyarms , insertthe Locking Pins ( 53 ) intothe butterflyholes in the Front Upright ( 6 ) . To use the ButterflyArms ( 10 , 11 ) as press arms , insertthe Locking Pins ( 53 ) intothe press holes in the ButterflyFrame ( 9 ) . Make sure that the Locldng Plns ( 53 ) are fully Inserted Into the same set of holes before per - formlng any exerclses . 15
WEIGHT RESISTANCE CHART This chart showsthe approximate weight resistance at each weight station . The column labeled = WEIGHT " refers to the amount of weight , in pounds , placed on the weight carriage . The weight resistance shown for the butterflyarm station is for each butterflyarm . Note : The actual resistance at each station may vary due to friction between the cables , pulleys , and weight carriage . WEIGHT PRESS ARM BUTTERFLY LOW PULLEY LEG LEVER HIGH PULLEY ARM ( Ibs . ) ( Ibs . ) ( Ibs . ) ( Ibs , ) ( Ibs , ) ( Ibs . ) 0 12 8 14 15 12 35 39 29 53 58 56 40 43 32 57 62 61 45 46 35 62 66 65 50 50 38 66 70 70 55 53 40 72 76 76 60 57 42 79 81 82 95 81 58 116 116 122 100 85 60 121 121 128 105 88 62 127 127 132 110 92 65 133 133 137 115 95 67 139 139 141 120 99 69 145 145 146 16
CABLE DIAGRAMS The cable diagrams below showthe proper routingof the ButterflyCable ( 46 ) , the High Cable ( 45 ) , and the Low Cable ( 47 ) . Use the diagrams to make sure that the cables and the cable traps have been assembled correctly . If the cables have not been correctlyrouted , the weight systemwill notfunction properlyand damage may occur . The numbersshow the correct route for each cable . Make sure that the cable traps do not touch or bind the cables . 2 Butterfly Cable ( 46 ) High Cable ( 45 ) 1 - - 5 Low Cable ( 47 ) 2 6 1 4 8 17
EXERCISE GUIDELINES THE FOUR BASIC TYPES OF WORKOUTS PERSONALIZING YOUR EXERCISE PROGRAM Muscle Building Determiningthe exact lengthof time for each workout , To increase the size and strengthof your muscles , as well as the number of repetitionsor sets completed , push them close to their maximum capacity . Your mus - is an individualmatter . It is importantto avoid overdo - cles will continuallyadapt and grow as you progres - ing it duringthe firstfew monthsof your exercise pro - sively increase the intensityof your exercise . You can gram . You shouldprogress at your own pace and be adjust the intensitylevel of an individualexercise in sensitiveto your body's signals . If you experience pain two ways : or dizziness at any time while exercising , stop immedi - â€¢ by changingthe amount of weight used ately and begin coolingdown . Findout what is wrong â€¢ by changingthe number of repetitionsor sets per - before continuing . Remember that adequate rest and a formed . ( A = repetition " is one complete cycle of an proper diet are importantfactorsin any exercise pro - exercise , such as one sit - up . A " set " is a seriesof gram . repetitions . ) WARMING UP The proper amount of weight for each exercise depends upon the individualuser . You mustgauge Begin each workoutwith 5 to 10 minutes of stretching your limits and select the amount of weight that is right and lightexerciseto warm up . Warming up prepares for you . Begin with3 sets of 8 repetitionsfor each your body for more strenuousexercise by increasing exercise you perform . Rest for 3 minutes after each circulation , raising your body temperature and deliver - set . When you can complete 3 sets of 12 repetitions ing more oxygen to your muscles . withoutdifficulty , increase the amount of weight . WORKING OUT Toning You can tone your musclesby pushingthem to a mod - Each workoutshould include 6 to 10 differentexercis - erate percentage of their capacity . Select a moderate es . Select exercises for every major musclegroup , amount of weight and increase the number of repeti - emphasizing areas that you want to develop most . To tions in each set . Complete as many sets of 15 to 20 give balance and varietyto your workouts , vary the repetitionsas possible withoutdiscomfort . Rest for 1 exercisesfrom sessionto session . minute after each set . Work your muscles by complet - ing more sets rather than by using high amounts of Schedule your workoutsfor the time of day when your weight . energy level is the highest . Each workoutshould be followed by at least one day of rest . Once you find the Weight Loss schedule that is rightfor you , stickwith it . To lose weight , use a low amount of weight and increase the numberof repetitionsineach set . EXERCISE FORM Exercise for 20 to 30 minutes , restingfor a maximum of 30 seconds between sets . Maintainingproper form is an essential part of an effective exercise program . This requires moving Cross Training throughthe full range of motionfor each exercise , and Cross training is an efficient way to get a complete and moving only the appropriate partsof the body . well - balanced fitness program . An example of a bal - Exercisingin an uncontrolledmanner will leave you anced program is : feeling exhausted . On the exercise guide accompany - â€¢ Plan weight trainingworkoutson Monday , ing this manual you will find photographsshowingthe Wednesday , and Friday . correct form for several exercises , and a listof the â€¢ Plan 20 to 30 minutesof aerobic exercise , such as muscles affected . Refer to the muscle chart on page cycling or swimming , on Tuesday and Thursday . 19 to find the names of the muscles . â€¢ Rest from both weight training and aerobicexercise for at least one full day each week to give your body The repetitions in each set should be performed time to regenerate . smoothlyand without pausing . The exertion stage of each repetition should last about half as long as the The combinationof weight training and aerobic exer - return stage . Proper breathing is important . Exhale cise will reshape and strengthen your body , plus devel - during the exertion stage of each repetition and inhale op your heart and lungs . during the return stroke . Never hold your breath . 18
Rest for a short period of time after each set . The slowly as you stretchand do not bounce . Ease into ideal restingperiods are : each stretchgradually and go only as far as you can â€¢ Rest for three minutes after each set for a muscle without strain . Stretching at the end of each workout buildingworkout . is an effective way to increase flexibility . â€¢ Rest for one minute after each set for a toning work - out . STAYING MOTIVATED â€¢ Rest for 30 seconds after each set for a weight loss workout . For motivation , keep a recordof each workout , listthe Plan to spend the firstcouple of weeks familiarizing date , the exercises performed , the weight used , and yourself withthe equipment and learningthe proper the numbers of sets and repetitionscompleted . form for each exercise . Record yourweight and key body measurements at the end of every month . Remember , the key to COOLING DOWN achieving the greatest results is to make exercise a regular and enjoyable part of your everyday life . End each workoutwith 5 to 10 minutesof stretching . Include stretchesfor both your arms and legs . Move MUSCLE CHART A . Sternomastoid ( neck ) B . PectoralisMajor ( chest ) C . Biceps ( frontof arm ) D . Obliques ( waist ) E . Brachioradials ( forearm ) F . Hip Flexors ( upperthigh ) G . Abductor ( outerthigh ) R H . Quaddceps ( frontof thigh ) I . Sartorius ( frontof thigh ) S J . " nbialisAntedor ( front of calf ) K . Soleus ( frontof calf ) L . RectusAbdominus ( stomach ) M . Adductor ( innerthigh ) N , Trapezius ( upperback ) O . Rhomboideus ( upperback ) P . Deltoid ( shoulder ) Q . Triceps ( back of arm ) R . LatissimusDorsi ( mid back ) S . Spinae Erectors ( lower back ) T . Gluteus Medius ( hip ) U . Gluteus Maximus ( buttocks ) V . Hamstring ( backof leg ) W . Gastrocnemius ( back of calf ) 19
This chart is provided to help you identifythe small parts used in assembly . The number in parenthesisbelow each part refersto the key number of the partfrom the PART LIST in the center of this manual . Important : Some parts may have been pre - aesembled for shipping . If you cannot find a part In the parts bags , check to see If It has been pre - assembled . Note : Assembly Is divided into four stages : 1 ) frame assembly , 2 ) arm assembly , 3 ) cable assembly , and 4 ) seat assembly . The hardware for each stage Is packaged separately . Walt untll you begln each stage to open the parts bag for that stage .
MIO x 28ram Shoulder Bolt ( 78 ) M6 Washer ( 35 ) MIO Washer ( 26 ) MIO x 47ram Bolt ( 61 ) Â© U MIO x 50mm Bolt ( 62 ) MIO Nylon Locknut ( 71 ) M5 Washer ( 75 ) @ 8 MIO x 55ram Bolt ( 69 ) M8 Nylon Locknut ( 70 ) M6 x 65ram Bolt ( 65 ) M8 x 27ram Shoulder Bolt ( 63 ) MIO x 65ram Bolt ( 59 ) B MIO x 20mm Bolt ( 67 ) M8 x 70mm Bolt ( 72 ) MIO x 65mm Carriage Bolt ( 57 _ " / M8 x 15ram Bolt ( 64 ) M6 x 15ram Bolt ( 66 ) MIO x 70ram Bolt ( 58 ) M4 x 20ram Screw ( 77 ) MIO x 75mm Bolt ( 60 ) M4 x lOmm Screw ( 68 ) MIO x 82ram Bolt ( 50 )
PART IDENTIFICATION CHART - - Model No . 831.159010 R10O2A 90mm Pulley ( 38 ) ( Not shown to scale ) " V " - Pulley ( 39 ) ( Not shown to scale ) 31ram Round Inner Cap ( 24 ) 19ram Round Inner Cap ( 27 ) 25ram Round Inner Cap ( 33 ) 40ram x 50mm Inner Cap ( 23 ) 38ram Square Inner Cap ( 41 ) 5Omm Square Inner Cap ( 22 ) 50mm x 75mm Inner Cap ( 29 )
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PART LIST - - Model No . 831.159010 R1002A Key No . Qty . Descrtptlon Key No . Qty . Description 1 Front Base 43 2 Handgrip 2 Center Base 44 2 Cable Trap 3 Rear Base 45 1 High Cable 4 Leg Lever 46 1 ButterflyCable 5 Seat Frame 47 1 Low Cable 6 Front Upright 48 2 Pivot Bracket 7 Rear Upright 49 1 Chain 8 Top Frame 50 2 M10 x 82mm Bolt 9 ButterflyFrame 51 1 Handle 10 Left ButterflyArm 52 2 Cable Clip 11 Right ButterflyArm 53 2 LockingPin 12 Left Handle 54 4 ButterflyCap 13 Right Handle 55 4 PlasticWasher 14 Weight Carriage 56 1 70mm Space Support Plate 15 Backrest 57 8 M10 x 65mm Carriage Bolt 16 Seat 58 14 M10 x 70mm Bolt 17 Pad Tube 59 2 M10 x 65mm Bolt 18 4 Foam Pad 60 1 M10 x 75mm Bolt 19 2 Large Foam Pad 61 7 M10 x 47mm Bolt 20 2 OlympicWeight Adapter 62 2 M10 x 50mm Bolt 21 1 90mm Space Support Plate 63 2 M8 x 27mm Shoulder Bolt 22 4 50mm Square Inner Cap 64 4 M8 x 15mm Bolt 23 4 40mm x 50mm Inner Cap 65 3 M6 x 65ram Bolt 24 2 31mm Round Inner Cap 66 2 M6 x 15mm Bolt 25 1 Bumper 67 1 M10 x 20mm Bolt 26 14 M10 Washer 68 1 M4 x 10mm Screw 27 4 19mm Round Inner Cap 69 2 M10 x 55mm Bolt 28 3 Base Cap 70 3 M8 Nylon Locknut 29 2 50mm x 75mm Inner Cap 71 39 M10 Nylon Locknut 30 4 25mm x 50mm Bushing 72 1 M8 x 70mm Bolt 31 1 Carriage Stop 73 1 Seat Upright 32 3 Carriage Bushing 74 1 Foot Plate 33 2 25mm Round Inner Cap 75 4 M5 Washer 34 10 13mm Spacer 76 2 Foam Grip 35 3 M6 Washer 77 4 M4 x 20mm Screw 36 2 Pulley Plate 78 1 M10 x 28mm Shoulder Bolt 37 1 Double = U " - Bracket # 1 User's Manual 38 12 90mm Pulley # 1 Exercise Guide 39 2 " V " - Pulley # 1 Grease Packet 40 2 LongCable Trap 41 1 38mm Square Inner Cap 42 1 Lat Bar Note : " # " indicatesa non - illustratedpart . Specificationsare subject to change withoutnotice .
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SEARS The model number and serial number of your WELDER Â® 2100 weight systemare listed on a decal attached to the frame . See Model No . 831.159010 the front cover of this manual to find the locationof the decal . All replacement parts are available for immediate purchase or QUESTIONS ? special order when you visityour nearest SEARS Service Center . To request serviceor to order parts by telephone , call the toll - free numbers listedat the left . If you find that : â€¢ you need help assembling or When requestinghelp or service , or orderingparts , please be operating the WELDER " 2100 prepared to provide the followinginformation : weight system â€¢ The MODEL NUMBER of the product ( 831.159010 ) â€¢ a part Is missing â€¢ or you need to schedule repelr â€¢ The NAME of the product ( WELDER Â® 2100 weight system ) service â€¢ The KEY NUMBER and DESCRIPTION of the PART ( see the call our toll - free HELPLINE PART LIST and EXPLODED DRAWING in the center of this 1 - 800 - 736 - 6879 manual ) Monday - Saturday , 7 am - 7 pm SEARS , ROEBUCK AND CO . , HOFFMAN ESTATES , IL 60179 Central Time ( excluding holidays ) REPLACEMENT PARTS If parts become worn and need to be replaced , call the following toll - free number 1 - 800 - FON - PART ( 1 - 800 - 366 - 7278 ) FULL 90 DAY WARRANTY 1 For 90 days from the date of purchase , if failure occurs due to defect in material or workmanshipinthis SEARS WEIGHT SYSTEM EXERCISER , contact the nearest SEARS Service Center throughoutthe United States and SEARS will repair or replace the WEIGHT SYSTEM EXERCISER , free of charge This warranty does not apply when the WEIGHT SYSTEM EXERCISER is used commerciallyor for rental purposes . This warranty gives you specificlegal rights , and you may also have other rights which vary from state to state . SEARS , ROEBUCK AND CO . , DEPT . 817WA , HOFFMAN ESTATES , IL 60179 Part No . 188926 R1002A Printed in China Â© 2002 Sears , Roebuck and Co .