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Body-Solid Powerline PPR200X Adjustable Power Rack for Weightlifting and Strength Training
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- QUALITY CONSTRUCTION: Power racks help weightlifters work out safely and effectively at home
- SAFETY: The Body-Solid Powerline Power Rack has a wide walk-in design with 24 inches between upright pillars for easy motion during training
- CAPACITY: Rack weighs 133lbs, and has 2 heat-tempered lift-offs, and 2 saber-style safety rods .
- DIMENSIONS: The Body-Solid Powerline Power Rack measures 44 by 46 by 82 inches (L x W x H) with 18 adjustment levels
- SECURITY: Body-Solid's Power Racks and gear sets the standard in home gym equipment
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Body-Solid is committed to designing quality gym equipment. Whether you are outfitting your home gym, commercial facility, office, or apartment facility Body-Solid has you covered. Body-Solid machines and equipment are designed to fit your everyday needs. Prioritizing easy-to-do workouts, easy-to-achieve results, and equipment that lasts.
Body-Solid Powerline Power Rack
The Powerline by Body-Solid Power Rack features a wide walk-in design that allows plenty of side-to-side movement for a variety of exercises, including squats, incline, decline, flat, and military presses, as well as shrugs and calf raises. Complete with 18 positions, 2 heat tempered lift-offs, and 2 saber style safety rods, this power rack keeps your exercise routine simple and effective.
- An essential tool for safe weightlifting at home.
- Sturdy steel mainframe with 600-pound capacity.
- 2 Adjustable lift-offs and 2 full-length safety bars.
- Ideal for squats, incline presses, flat bench, shoulder shrugs, and more.
Heat-tempered lift-offs and saber-style safety rods keep your workouts simple, safe, and effective.
Heavy-Duty Steel Construction
12-Gauge 2 inch x 2 inch steel mainframe with a robust 600-pound weight capacity allows this power rack to stand up to years of intense workouts.
Integrated Chin-Up Bar
The full-length chin-up bar provides variety in workouts and strength to the full-cage construction.
Optimize your rack with the Body Solid Flat Incline Decline Bench (PFID125X) or the Powerline Lat Attachment (PPR200X).
|Weight Capacity||500 lbs||800 lbs||1000 lbs||700 lbs||700 lbs||1000 lbs|
|Style||Full Cage||Full Cage||Full Cage||Full Cage||Half Cage||Half Cage|
|Frame Size||2" x 2" - 14 Ga.||3" x 3" - 11 Ga.||3" x 3" - 11 Ga.||2" x 2" - 14 Ga.||2" x 2" - 14 Ga.||3" x 3" - 11 Ga.|
|Safety Bars||Full Length||Full Length||Full Length||Full Length||18.5" L||Full Length|
|Cage Interior||42.5"W x 24"D||40"W x 34"D||44"W x 34"D||43"W x 25"L||43"W x 18.5"L||42.5"W|
|Adjustments||Every 3"||Every 3"||2" for J-Cups, 1" for Safeties||Every 2"||Every 2"||2" for J-Cups, 1" for Safeties|
|Dimensions||45"L x 47"W x 83"H||49"L x 46"W x 80"H||53"L x 52"W x 79.1"H||54”L x 51”W x 83”H||53.5”L x 51”W x 83”H||50"L x 53"W x 89"H|
|Weight||117 lbs||225 lbs||273 lbs||168 lbs||113 lbs||212 lbs|
|Weight Capacity||1000 lbs||300 lbs||800 lbs||600 lbs||400 lbs||1000 lbs|
|Style||Half Cage||Squat Stand||Squat Stand||Squat Stand||Squat Stand||Squat Stand|
|Frame Size||2" x 3" - 11 Ga.||2" x 2" - 14 Ga.||2" x 3" - 11 Ga.||2" x 2" - 14 Ga.||2" x 2" - 12 Ga.||3" x 3" - 11 Ga.|
|Safety Bars||Full Length||No||Yes||13" L||No||No|
|Cage Interior||47.5"W x 34"D||34.5" W||47" W||40"W x 13"L||41" W||53"W Adjustable|
|Adjustments||Every 4.25"||Every 2 3/8"||Every 4"||Every 2"||Every 4"||Every 2"|
|Dimensions||80"L x 71"W x 89"H||32"L x 49"W x 60"H||45"L x 64"W x 84"H||46”L x 60”W x 71”H||37"L x 48"W x 60"H||59"L x 51"W x 73"H|
|Weight||315 lbs||46 lbs||151 lbs||88 lbs||51 lbs||141 lbs|
|Plate Storage||Yes||No||Yes||4 Weight Horns||No||No|
Enjoy the same comprehensive weightlifting experience at home as in the gym with the Powerline by Body-Solid Power Rack (PPR200X). This weight cage is designed to help weightlifters fire up their workout safely and effectively, with two heat-tempered lift-offs, two saber-style safety rods for solo lifting, and a 41-inch-wide knurled chin-up bar integrated into the top of the rack. The wide walk-in design has a full 24 inches between each upright pillar, offering plenty of side-to-side movement for a wide variety of exercises. Use this workout cage for squats, incline presses, flat bench, shoulder shrugs, and more. Choose from 18 adjustment levels, and customize your power rack with other Powerline components like the Lat Attachment (PLA200X) and Bench (PFID130X). All barbells, weights, and collars are optional and sold separately. When assembled, the Powerline Power Rack measures 44 by 46 by 82 inches (L x W x H) and weighs 133 pounds. It is backed by the Powerline 10-Year In-Home , which covers the frame for 10 years and all other parts for one year.
Fire up your workouts with the PowerLine power rack, which helps weightlifters work out safely and efficiently while performing squats, military presses, and more. The power rack boasts a wide walk-in design that offers plenty of side-to-side movement for a variety of exercises, along with two heat-tempered liftoffs and two saber-style safety rods that hold up to heavy use through the years. In addition, the rack offers a total of 18 positions, helping it accommodate a ton of different heights and exercises. Whether your workout regimen includes squats, incline presses, flat bench presses, shoulder shrugs, or calf raises, the power rack makes your routine easy and safe. The rack measures 44 by 82 by 46 inches (W x H x D), weighs 136 pounds, and carries a 10-year warranty on the frame and one-year warranty on all other parts. All barbells, weights, and collars are sold separately.
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My one suggestion would be for anyone purchasing this is to go to Home Depot, and buy (2) 3/4" x 12" pipe and (4) 3/4" pipe caps. For around $17 you can put these through the bottom back hole in the steel frame for a make-shift plate rack. I was able to put (5) full size plates on it (not sure with bumpers). Doing this will take the small amount of movement out of the rack by anchoring it down. Racking squats or doing pull ups, with some plates on the back of this thing it doesn't budge.
I was really hesitant at first to buy this due to the cost and some negative reviews about the steel dimpling when putting together (i didn't have this problem) and the knurling on the pull up bar being rough (its not that bad, if you are doing barbell training you will already have, or soon have callused hands and it will be a non-issue). Overall i couldn't be more pleased with my purchase, i would buy again. Make sure to buy the pipe to make the plate racks from home depot and this will be the center piece of the home gym.
It has been fairly durable for me. I'm not a die hard lifter, and I've never done any squats over mid-400s in the rack, so if you're a serious lifter that's moving 500+ on squats for reps, I'm can't vouch for sure that'll work well for that. I will say that, squatting inside the rack, 430lbs hasn't been a problem. I did have issues with wobble when I tried squatting outside the rack with weight somewhere in the mid 300s (which is when I switched to inside the rack). It is definitely large enough to squat inside.
The catch bars work and have held up to some use (hey, who hasn't bailed on a set of squats or dropped a bench?).
I am 6' and it is not tall enough for me to OHP inside the rack; I have to move the catches outside for that.
The holes are fairly far apart; this is a bit of an issue for me setting up for squats.
There's absolutely no frills; no plate storage, no bar storage, cable attachment stations, etc. Which is a large part of why I'm looking at upgrading. At the time I bought the rack, things with those options were harder and more expensive, but you can get some racks with those options for only about 100-150 bucks more now, which makes this a bit less of a value than it was back in 2012.
Again, it works and it's held up to good use for me, but for not too much more you can get racks that have some pretty useful extras. Your call.
The cage came with some touch up paint, but we didn't bother using it. The original gray will wear off, but that is just normal wear and tear.
Also, the holes on the "backside" of the posts were not cut cleanly. Every fourth hole had sharp burrs (painted over) still standing proud (ie: above) of the surface. While these may be smoothed over with use and time, until then they are slicing hazards. I needed to deburr all of these holes for safety.
The hole issue is not as egregious to me, as I can at least do something about that with deburring tools and files. But had I known that the tubing was NOT going to be the specified 12ga steel, but 14ga instead, I would have gone with a different manufacturer and NOT Body-Solid. Those competitors' racks that were in the same "class" of construction were (also) 14ga steel, have more features, and were less expensive as well.
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Lieferung besteht aus 3 Paketen, alles ordentlich und sauber verpackt, weder innen noch Aussen Beschädigungen.
Aufbau (zu zweit) war einfach und schnell erledigt. Ca 40 Minuten Dauer, benötigt wird lediglich eine 19" Zoll Nuss und ein ebenso dimensionierter Gabelschlüssel. Alle Teile sind absolut sauber und passgenau verarbeitet, die Lackierung der Teile ist fehlerfrei.
Die ersten beiden Trainingstage hat es ohne Probleme überstanden, Standfestigkeit und Belastbarkeit sind überzeugend.
Fazit: nach meinem Dafürhalten für diesen Preis unschlagbar!
Bisher hat es alles mitgemacht, ich gehe allerdings noch recht pfleglich damit um, sobald die Gewichte aber entsprechend zunehmen, wird es sich sicher noch beweisen müssen.
Sicher, es geht beim Absetzen der Hantel immer mal wieder etwas von Lack an den Holmen ab oder die SafetyBars verkratzen beim Umstecken auf Grund der mäßig entgrateten Löcher, aber das sind lediglich Schönheitsfehler.
Beim Aufbau sollte beachtet werden, die Schrauben nicht zu fest anzuziehen, sondern erstmal nur "gut fest" und nach der kompletten Montage alles nochmal anzuziehen. Aufbau selbst war in knapp einer Stunde alleine erledigt.
Kurzum: Ich kann das Powerline PPR200X jedem ambitionierten "Heimtrainer" ans Herz legen und wenn mann dann auf den Geschmack gekommen ist, kann man immer noch auf die massiveren, aber auch entschieden teureren Konkurrenten zurückgreifen.