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XMark VKR Vertical Knee Raise with Dip and Pull-up Station Power Tower XM-4432 (Gray or White)
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- The XM-4432 includes a vertical knee raise, dip station, push-up station, and pull-up station featuring a narrow and wide grip
- Extra thick 2.5-inch high-density cushion and double stitched, tear-resistant Duraguard vinyl
- Heavy 14-gauge steel mainframe construction with scratch resistant powder coat finish
- Skid resistant rubber feet to protect your floors
- 350 lb. user weight capacity
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The XMark Power Tower will provide defined abs, stronger arms, a well-developed chest, and a strong back. The chin-up/pull-up bar works the arms and back, push-ups place focus on your chest, while the vertical knee raise station targets your core and abs. Twin dip handles are ergonomically spaced to help give a great dip workout to strengthen arms and shoulders. Also included is a sit-up station with adjustable padded foot bar for additional abdominal work. Simple, basic, rugged and, most of all, effective, the XM-4432 power tower enables an impressive list of exercises packed into one product. A diverse yet powerful workout is yours with XMark, the mark of excellence.
Top Customer Reviews
The angled back padding is actually quite nice. It helps support my lower back. 24 Hour Fitness power towers don't have that, so I never use it at the actual real gym, but may actually use it here.
The pull up bar is full length and on the other side of the dip/ab station, which makes sense because if it's on the same side it will have to lose the entire middle part of the bar.
Positives: 1) It is true to its stated dimensions and sturdy (I'm 6'3", 235lbs). 2) It came with all the parts and everything fit cleanly. 3) The padding/handles are comfortable and durable.
Negatives: 1) Took longer to set up than I thought. I would recommend having someone there to help when building. 2) The arm pads for the captains chair are very slippery when wet and it becomes nearly impossible to remain in place if sweating. 3) I tend to hit the lower cross bar when doing pull-ups due to swinging.
I have 3 positives and 3 negatives here but the positives heavily outweigh the negatives. You only have to set it up once, I don't use the captains chair too much and if I improve my pull up form, my 3rd negative won't be an issue. I would recommend this to a friend.
- a unit that had a leg raise on one side and the pull-up unit on the other side
- a unit that had a pull up bar that ran across the length of the unit, allowing for multiple variations of pulls while also allowing me to hang suspension trainers from them
- the pull bar would need to be high enough to allow for the ability to hang suspension trainers from and allow for full range of motion movements.
- dip bars sturdy enough to hold my 210 lb body plus the possibility of added weight
This unit is great. I do, sometimes, counter the unit with plates so it doesn't rock or tip. But I really only do this for my own piece of mind. Another plus is the sit-up post also serves for a great ankle anchor to do Glute-Ham raises.
Easy to put together. Great price.