|Flat / Incline / Decline Utility Bench||50" H x 22" W x 51" D||40 lbs|
|Powerline Squat Rack||30 - 60" H x 48" W x 37" D||51 lbs|
|Leg Developer Attachment||Unavailable||25 lbs|
|Product Category:||Home Gyms|
|Resistance Type Options:||Weight Stack|
Questions & Answers
Powerline Squat Rack
David from Lexington, SC– Verified Buyer
good piece of equipment for the price, easy to assemble ,arrived on time
Question for buyers
Eric Hinzman from Tucson, AZ
Can you fit a bench underneath it with that crossbar This looks ideal - if I can use it as a bench press as well it'd be perfect.
Super Solid Squat Rack
Steph C. from Ohio
This rack is really easy to set up, arrived quickly, and is rock-solid. Just be sure to check the width of your bar against the product dimensions. It's a four-foot span on the squat rack, and my six-foot bar was not wide enough between the plates to set it onto the rack when loaded. I had to order a seven-foot bar to make it work. No big deal, considering the awesome price on this gym-quality squat rack. Highly recommended.
Can't ask for more for the money
DB from NY– Verified Buyer
For the money spent it would be difficult to find a better product. Sturdy, adjustable, and mobile! I have a few in my CF gym and they allow for maximum flexibility in my limited space.
Great Budget-Friendly Squat Rack
Steve Davis from Chesterfield, VA
I own 3 of these squat stands and have been very pleased with how well they have performed- especially when you consider how cheap the price tag is! The Squat Stands took me about 15-20 minutes to assemble by myself, and feel sturdy squatting up to about 315 pounds. I have had people squatting on them from 5'2" all the way up to 6'4" with no problems!