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Best Fitness Multi Press Rack
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- Multi-press rack for performing calf raises, lunges, dead lifts, and more
- Pair of 7-position angled uprights for determining correct lifting position
- 4-inch liftoffs and 7-inch safeties make it comfortable to rack the bar
- Reverse pitch accommodates body's natural lifting path; powder-coated finish
- Measures 29.5 x 56.5 x 45 inches (W x H x D); carries 3-year warranty
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Base freeweight routines at this super-durable, angled rack Weight racking bar with adjustable lift-off positions Perform calf raises, lunges, dead lifts, upright rows, and more power-building exercises Reverse A-frame construction accommodates your body's natural lifting path 7 lift-off positions for correct lifting 4-inch lift-offs and 7-inch safeties with protective rubber surface pads Sturdy steel frame with long-lasting powder-coated finish Dimensions: 56L x 30W x 47H inches Manufacturer's warranty included - see Product Guarantee area for complete details About Body Solid Body Solid has been making high-quality strength training and exercise equipment for over 20 years. Designed for today's workouts, Body Solid machines feature innovative technology and distinctive styling that suits your home. Body Solid equipment meets the challenges of today's busy lifestyle while providing you with the utmost in advanced home exercise. From space-saving designs that suit any room, to full-sized gym systems with every available station, Body Solid gives you the features you want at a price you can afford. All components of all machines are covered by a lifetime manufacturer's warranty; something you won't find from any other manufacturer in the industry. Durable powder-coated steel frame. Reverse pitch accommodates natural lifting. 7 positions, 4-inch lift-offs, and 7-inch safetys. Dimensions: 56L x 30W x 47H inches. Manufacturer's warranty included (see product guarantee).
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If you look at every squat rack used in powerlifting or Olympic lifting competition, You will notice the design looks the opposite of this. You are NOT supposed to step over the bar that holds the machine together.
For Military presses, you will have the same problem, unless you decide to lean your body a little bit lower to grab the bar with your shoulders. Again this is not safe for people that train with very heavy weights.
However, this product is of average quality but its flawed design makes it useless for serious weightlifters.
Yes, I do compete[...]
1 - The adjustable pieces have rubber pads on them to prevent metal on metal grinding. The glue used to hold these pads down was terrible. The pads fell off within a week of the purchase. I tried using gorilla glue to get them back on, but that didn't work well either.
2 - A result of the pads coming off has shown up in the form of a very high pitch squeak if you don't place the barbell back at the edge of the adjustable piece. If the barbell has to roll forward just a little bit, the rack will make a gold-awful shrieking noise.
I didn't exactly expect much from a rack- I just needed it to hold a barbell. I never expected something as trivial as a rubber pad to annoy me as much as it has. I'll gladly up the stars on the review if BF gets back to me with some sort of solution.
As for the durability and quality of this product, other than the aforementioned rubber pads that are easily fixed, this is an outstanding addition to any home gym! Solid metal, good paint, and great price IMHO.
I know one person said they unrack the bar by leaning into the rack with the horizontal bar over their toes. Thus avoiding any risk of tripping over the bar. I'm only 5'5" so I was never able to pull this off. Even if you are tall enough, I imagine it would be difficult to do with heavy weights and you wouldn't be able to use the safeties.
If you don't plan on doing squats and just want it to do things like bench press or seated shoulder press, it will probably work for you. However, on bench press I was never able to get the right height. The hole spacing was to large so the bar would either be too low or too high.
I would recommend spending a little extra money and buying a low cost power rack such as the Power Rack NEW Squat Deadlift HD Lift Cage Bench Racks (which is what I ultimately bought) or the PowerLine PPR200X Power Rack. If you are looking for something that doesn't take up as much space and is more portable then get an adjustable squat rack such as this Squat Rack H.D. Adjustable Racks. If it doesn't have safeties, buy a pair of adjustable safety stands such as this Safety Stands
The brackets attach in an odd manner. If you see my picture, you will see that they can easily pull loose from the upright bar. Dangerous.
The crossbar at the bottom. Notice the picture - your weight bench has to be pretty high to get over it.
I am 6 feet tall, and find that the rack is too short to do squats or mil presses with.
Save your money and buy something else. This one is not worth the $150 or so.