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Everlast Heavy Bag/Power Fitness Stand (Grey) EXPIRED

Rhythmic 1,575 January 17, 2013 at 12:51 PM in Home & Home Improvement (3) More Walmart Deals
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Promoted 01-17-2013 at 02:41 PM View Original Post
Walmart has Everlast Heavy Bag/Power Fitness Stand (Grey) for $69. Select in-store pickup, otherwise shipping is $2.97. Thanks Rhythmic

Note, be sure to select the grey color option

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Edited January 17, 2013 at 01:28 PM by Rhythmic
Select the Grey option for the $69 price to show up.

Link: http://www.walmart.com/ip/Everlast-Heavy-Bag-Power-Fitness-Stand/17747646

Item Description:Heavy duty, powder coated steel tubing combined with 4 weight plate pegs for maximum strength and durability makes this Everlast Heavy Bag/Power Fitness Stand the ultimate fitness stand.
  • New design allows for push ups, sit ups, pull ups, dips, and vertical knee raises
  • Easy to assemble and use
  • Will accommodate any heavy bag up to 100 lbs
  • Solid steel material and heavy duty construction ensure safety and stability
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Anyone in the sf bay area want this? I don't really have the room for setting this up. Cost me almost $80 including tax and shipping, wil sell for $80. Still in the box untouched. You would have to pick it up yourself, in the Walnut Creek area. PM me if interested thanks!
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same here... i am currently in process of putting the base togehter and now i am stuck because at one point it require me to put in 4 "24" screw in and they only ship 2... i am not gonna risk it since the base is like the most critial part....
yeah some of the diagrams are wrong (i.e. asking for a #24 when it needs a #26, etc.); you should be able to figure it out though. the most accurate picture for me was the "completed" picture on the page prior to assembly instructions.

assembly was definitely a pain (2.5 hrs) but i wasn't missing any parts and am very pleased with the finished result. Solid hits to a 70lb bag can definitely move the frame (low friction coefficient), but I'm confident that the thing isn't in danger of collapsing or falling over (build quality seems sturdy enough, no obvious weak points). I'm going to buy an anchor for the bag and throw some weights on the pegs; will report back.

Overall impressions: For $69, simply can't be beat. The dip bars and pushup bars are great too. I have an iron gym pullup bar that I prefer over the built-in one on the stand, because it has foam padding and allows for more grip positions, but these are plenty capable too.

Assembled! [imgur.com]
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Any photos of your set up guys? I'm interested whether I should set this up.
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Just got mine in, the box is huge, and they placed it against the glass window by my door, arrrg. Still deciding if this will fit, can someone please take some photos of theirs set up. Thanks!
2.5 hr assembly, haha [imgur.com]

it's definitely tall, and remember that you're going to need an extra foot just so your head doesn't smack the ceiling when you're pulling yourself up over those top bars. I'd say an 8 ft ceiling is the minimum you'd want with this stand.
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Quote from pclstyle View Post :
yeah some of the diagrams are wrong (i.e. asking for a #24 when it needs a #26, etc.); you should be able to figure it out though. the most accurate picture for me was the "completed" picture on the page prior to assembly instructions.

assembly was definitely a pain (2.5 hrs) but i wasn't missing any parts and am very pleased with the finished result. Solid hits to a 70lb bag can definitely move the frame (low friction coefficient), but I'm confident that the thing isn't in danger of collapsing or falling over (build quality seems sturdy enough, no obvious weak points). I'm going to buy an anchor for the bag and throw some weights on the pegs; will report back.

Overall impressions: For $69, simply can't be beat. The dip bars and pushup bars are great too. I have an iron gym pullup bar that I prefer over the built-in one on the stand, because it has foam padding and allows for more grip positions, but these are plenty capable too.

Assembled! [imgur.com]

SERIOUSLY?!?! 2.5 HOURS?!?! took me at least 5 hours because i need to use the #25 bolt instead of #24... i took the risk and assemble it my way and everything came out good... the most annoying part to me was the "A shape wishbone looking part connecting to the base.. kinda hard to explain.. you end up needing to loosen up all the bolts for the entire base so it can wiggle a bit to fit everything together perfectly, and a can of WD40 make things a whole lot easier... Frown

after everything is assemble... no one would believe how it would take you so long to assemble something look so simple... tools are important, i use 2 wrench and a torque wrench tighten everything to 100lbs
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Quote from pclstyle View Post :
yeah some of the diagrams are wrong (i.e. asking for a #24 when it needs a #26, etc.); you should be able to figure it out though. the most accurate picture for me was the "completed" picture on the page prior to assembly instructions.

assembly was definitely a pain (2.5 hrs) but i wasn't missing any parts and am very pleased with the finished result. Solid hits to a 70lb bag can definitely move the frame (low friction coefficient), but I'm confident that the thing isn't in danger of collapsing or falling over (build quality seems sturdy enough, no obvious weak points). I'm going to buy an anchor for the bag and throw some weights on the pegs; will report back.

Overall impressions: For $69, simply can't be beat. The dip bars and pushup bars are great too. I have an iron gym pullup bar that I prefer over the built-in one on the stand, because it has foam padding and allows for more grip positions, but these are plenty capable too.

Assembled! [imgur.com]
Thank you for the photo good sit! I think I'll stick this in the garage for the summer.
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2.5 hr assembly, haha [imgur.com]

it's definitely tall, and remember that you're going to need an extra foot just so your head doesn't smack the ceiling when you're pulling yourself up over those top bars. I'd say an 8 ft ceiling is the minimum you'd want with this stand.
What mat is that on the floor? I'm looking to find a mat for my wooden floors as well... the whole thing shakes and wobbles when I put on a punch to the bag. Definitely need at least 100lb of plates for stabilizing also.
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Anyone in the sf bay area want this? I don't really have the room for setting this up. Cost me almost $80 including tax and shipping, wil sell for $80. Still in the box untouched. You would have to pick it up yourself, in the Walnut Creek area. PM me if interested thanks!

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Damn. Just now noticed that it can hold heavy bags. At first I just thought it was an ab workout stand so I passed on it.
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