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descentman 339 124 July 3, 2016 at 12:06 PM in Exercise Equipment (4) More Walmart Deals
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Promoted 07-03-2016 by Corwin at 09:57 PM View Original Post
Walmart.com has Gold's Gym XRS 20 Olympic Workout Rack (GGBE20615) on sale for $87. Shipping is free, otherwise select in-store pickup where stock permits. Thanks descentman

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21 Walmart reviewers give this workout rack a 4.3 out of 5 star overall rating. It features adjustable uprights, safety spotters, squat rack and weight plate storage. -Corwin

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Edited July 3, 2016 at 10:31 PM by iconian
Walmart offers the Gold's Gym XRS 20 Olympic Workout Rack, model no. GGBE20615, for $87 with free shipping. That's the lowest total price I could find by $28. It includes adjustable uprights, squat rack, and weight plate storage.

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http://www.walmart.com/ip/Gold-s-...k/45799837
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The Dude in the picture isn't performing squats; but that's cool.....
riseup 16
I got this plus the adjustable bench for $120ish a while back.. It's decent for the price but I wish I had spent more and gotten a real rack. The safety arms need to be a bit longer imo; I'm still working on my form/flexibility but don't feel comfortable maxing squat reps with this setup.

Depending on your height and how low you go on your squats, you may hit the safety arms on the way down at the lowest level.

I reassembled the uprights/base 3 times and never got them perfectly straight. I've chalked it up to manufacturing tolerances..
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oh new hanger for clothes 😂

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I got this plus the adjustable bench for $120ish a while back.. It's decent for the price but I wish I had spent more and gotten a real rack. The safety arms need to be a bit longer imo; I'm still working on my form/flexibility but don't feel comfortable maxing squat reps with this setup.

Depending on your height and how low you go on your squats, you may hit the safety arms on the way down at the lowest level.

I reassembled the uprights/base 3 times and never got them perfectly straight. I've chalked it up to manufacturing tolerances..
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For just a beginner set it's ok but I would also suggest getting a real power rack, they're much sturdier for safety and using heavier weights.
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If you're squatting like the dude in the picture, you'd most definitely be hitting the safety bars. If I were him I'd shoulder the bar then step back until just in front of the rack and then squat. With a power rack you'd still be doing the same thing because without a spotter you shouldn't fail at the bottom of a squat and just fall forward or back while the safety bars catch the weight. It's impossible to fail just standing there (without being dumb) which means you should be able to take 3 steps forward/ back to properly rack the bar.
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Quote from iiunlimited View Post :
If you're squatting like the dude in the picture, you'd most definitely be hitting the safety bars. If I were him I'd shoulder the bar then step back until just in front of the rack and then squat. With a power rack you'd still be doing the same thing because without a spotter you shouldn't fail at the bottom of a squat and just fall forward or back while the safety bars catch the weight. It's impossible to fail just standing there (without being dumb) which means you should be able to take 3 steps forward/ back to properly rack the bar.
The Dude in the picture isn't performing squats; but that's cool.....
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Quote from hizzaah View Post :
I got this plus the adjustable bench for $120ish a while back.. It's decent for the price but I wish I had spent more and gotten a real rack. The safety arms need to be a bit longer imo; I'm still working on my form/flexibility but don't feel comfortable maxing squat reps with this setup.

Depending on your height and how low you go on your squats, you may hit the safety arms on the way down at the lowest level.

I reassembled the uprights/base 3 times and never got them perfectly straight. I've chalked it up to manufacturing tolerances..
Those aren't safety arms, they are racks for your bar. They are completely removable. The "bars" on the back side are to rack your weights.
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Those aren't safety arms, they are racks for your bar. They are completely removable. The "bars" on the back side are to rack your weights.
Those are the safety arms. The bar is racked on top of the two posts.
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Those aren't safety arms, they are racks for your bar. They are completely removable. The "bars" on the back side are to rack your weights.
It specifically calls them "safety spotters" on the product page.. The uprights are where you rack your bar.
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It specifically calls them "safety spotters" on the product page.. The uprights are where you rack your bar.
you are correct, they specifically call them that ... they are removable they shouldn't pose any problems
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Going to give it a shot. I've been slowing building my amateur weight set over the last couple of years through deals I come across here
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have this with the bench...one of the arms is crooked a bit ..not sure why...by the time I put it together I was out the ..I think 90 day warranty...luckily amex doubles the warranty and basically credited me back the cost of the rack...been about two years and still holding up...I've had up to 300 lbs to bench and it's good....just double check the warranty and put it together asap
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Anyone know how much the safety bars can hold? Can't find the info anywhere.
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Pretty cheap, I just order mine we'll see how it preforms
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