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Rated 5 out of 5 by from I'm very satisfied with this product Switching from one workout to another is easy. It's definitely sturdy
Date published: 2017-02-25
Rated 4 out of 5 by from Great piece of equipment for the price. Really great piece of equipment for the price. Assembly not difficult- just follow directions. Took about 1 1/2 hours. Very easy to adjust the squat rack height. Don't know why the reviewers complain about the difficulty with the bolts and adjusting the height. I don't know how much I'd load it up with the squat rack up high. If you get near the 300 pound limit you should probably pick up a power cage to be safe, or head over to the gym. Fine for me at age 64. Can't comment on the leg curl device as I doubt I'll be using it, so I left it off.
Date published: 2017-01-01
Rated 5 out of 5 by from This is an amazing product. It is well built and versatile. This weight bench is multi-functional and versatile. You can use it for chest, biceps, triceps, back, shoulders, legs, thighs, hamstrings, etc. It's also a squat rack. Truly the best bench I've ever owned!
Date published: 2016-12-26
Rated 3 out of 5 by from Pros and Cons I loved the Gold's Gym name and overall looks of this bench and rack. After receiving and assembling it, I was a little disappointed. The rack is the weak spot on this product. The way the rack uprights mount to the base is weak and allows them to splay out and away from each other or sometimes pivot inward. They mount to the base using mostly sheet metal screws and only one bolt. In my opinion this is a design flaw and should be improved for stability and safety reasons. (See photos) As far as the bench is concerned, it's pretty nice overall. One complaint from my perspective is that the bars used for the leg exercises are too narrow. I really wish they were about 6 inches longer. It would really help with the ease of getting your legs set into position. The bars are too short and that makes you really have to work to keep your legs tight and to the inside so your skin doesn't get pinched by the end caps that hold the foam rollers onto the bars. Also, the downrod that holds the weight plates is too short. It makes for an awkward contact point while doing leg extensions. The bar is too short, so it hits you too high, like the shin area rather than the ankle. (See photos) It sounds like I'm banging on this product a lot. For the money, I think this is a decent setup. If you're not lifting a lot of weight or are a smaller person, I would recommend this. My wife doesn't have the same problems I do. If you're a strong person who requires heavy amounts of weight to complete proper reps/sets, I would look at something else. The flaws I mentioned are worse when dealing with heavier amounts of weight. On the positive side, I really like the preacher curl attachment. The yoke is nice and the action is smooth.
Date published: 2017-01-05
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