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Body-Solid Pro Power Rack
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- Wide 'walk-in' design
- Heat tempered Lift-Offs and saber-style safety rods keep your workouts simple, safe, and effective
- 20 adjustment levels spaced 3" apart. 41" wide knurled chinning bar
- Maximum recommended weight rating 800 lbs.
- Dimensions (Rack Only): 82" H x 49" L x 46" W
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Body-Solid GPR378 Pro Power Rack - Freedom of movement combined with adjustable racking and safety positions make the Power Rack a must-have for those who want to strength train without compromise. The Body-Solid Pro Power Rack is designed to work with all types of benches and engineered for extreme workouts. Heavy-duty 11-gauge high tensile strength steel frames feature all-4-side welded construction and oversized industrial strength hardware. Electrostatically applied powder coat finish resists chipping and scratching through the most brutal routines. If you want to get bigger and stronger fast, a Body-Solid Pro Power Rack is what you need. Compatible with the DR378 Dip Attachment (sold separately).
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1. The manual contained some typos about bolt length. It also failed to include attaching the feet as part of any assembly step.
2. The feet are plastic, not rubber. Seems cheap.
3. There are no pads on the lift offs. The rubber pad shown in the pictures is an aftermarket product I got at Walmart. I cut it to size usung a box cutter and stuck it to the lift offs.
I received this last week. It took a few hours to assemble. It's very solid and went together without any major issues, despite some inaccuracies and omissions from the manual. I did my first workout with it today and I am very pleased. I am very satisfied.
I'd categorize this rack for use by high-level amateurs, or lower-level professionals. I use the rack to regularly squat over 385lbs and it feels entirely solid. I have no doubt that it can support much more weight than I throw at it. The construction and finish are nearly on par with commercial equipment. Weld quality is pretty good, but not great. The welds offered full joint coverage and will no doubt keep the rack together, they just aren't entirely consistent or professional looking.
The pull-up bar is very sturdy and doesn't appear to flex at all when I do weighted pull-ups (total weight on the bar ~235lbs).
Assembly is pretty straight-forward and can be completed in less than an hour. You will need wrenches/sockets (19mm, if memory serves) which are not provided with the rack.
This shipped freight, arrived surprisingly fast, and without any problems.
I paired this rack with the Body-Solid SFB349G bench and overall would recommend both to a serious, amateur lifter.
You may need to adjust how you unrack the bar prior to squatting. I prefer to have the bar in front of me, lean/step forward to get my shoulders under it, unrack it and step backwards once to be centered in the rack. With this rack it's difficult to do that because the bottom cross-bar would get in the way while unracking. I believe the rack is designed so you would unrack the bar from the rear posts (the bar-holders are in fact shown attached to the rear posts in the image), then step forward one step to be centered in the rack. Not a huge deal, just a change from what I prefer.
Another very minor annoyance, and one that won't affect 99.9% of people using this rack, is that the J hooks and safety bars don't fit in the rear top-most holes because the backsides run into the triangular pieces.
Speaking of the J hooks, I am not very fond of their shape or how long they are. I've heard of a company that sells custom hooks for this rack so I might have to look into that.
The chin up/pull up bar feels extremely sturdy, I'm 220 pounds and tested it by doing weighted chins with an extra 70 pounds and felt completely safe. It has knurling everywhere but the center, however the center has a grippy texture to it. The only annoying thing is the rack isn't very tall, I'm 6'0" and have to bend my legs when using the bar. I might end up laying some wood beams under the rack to give it some extra height.
In addition to the rack I also bought the dip attachment for it, the Body-Solid DR378. This attachment is awesome since not only does it give you a variety of widths for doing dips, but you can do other exercises with it like body weight rows and hammer-grip pull ups.
Before purchasing the rack I saw many people on fitness forums recommend it, and so far I am pleased with it.
VERY sturdy design. it weigh's a ton so it barely moves when you rack/re-rack your weights. pull up bar is VERY strong and sturdy(I weigh about 190 lb and I feel very safe when I do my pullups). the only con I would say about it is that it could have been taller(exact height of my cage is 79.25 in. from the floor), but it's pretty descent for someone my height which is 5 ft. 9 in.. if you're a very tall person, it "might" be a problem but I wouldn't worry because you could just duck down when entering/exiting the rack. overall, this is a great buy for the price and something that's built for almost 1000 lb.. i've personally put just under 500 lb on it for shrugs, and it just wobbles a little bit. i posted pictures, so feel free to check them out.
Most recent customer reviews
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1. Lift-offs that come with the rack are complete trash.Read more