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Golds Gym XRS20 Weight Bench w/ Adjustable Uprights EXPIRED

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Jet.com has Golds Gym XRS20 Weight Bench w/ Adjustable Uprights for $149.88 - 25% w/ promo code SPORT25 = $112.41. Shipping is free. Thanks JaytheXman82

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Features:
  • 6-Roll Leg Developer -Build and develop your quads, hamstrings, glutes and hip-flexors with this 6-roll leg developer.
  • Rolled Preacher Pad - Isolate your biceps and forearms, while ensuring proper exercise form with this preacher pad that's been rolled at the top for increased comfort.
  • Adjustable Safety Spotters - Get a safe, effective workout with these 9.5" spotters that support you during bench press and squat-type workouts.
  • Detachable Curl Yoke - Attach this curl yoke to develop a stronger, more defined upper body and then quickly remove it when you're ready to switch gears and work out on the leg developer station.
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Been waiting for another deal on this rack/bench combo. Jet.com has it on a sale price of $149.88 and when you apply promo code SPORT25 brings sale price to $112.41 with free shipping. I'm in NJ so paid sales tax totaled out at $120.14 shipped to my door.

https://jet.com/product/Golds-Gym...aeb6cff2e8
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If you're going to bench heavy solo make sure not to collar your weights unless you have a separate rack with safety bars. Lots of people get injured/killed trying to life heavy after collaring their weights. So either get a rack or lift uncollared and be ready to dump the weight if you have to abandon a set.
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I highly recommend against the rack in this deal. I had one for about a year and while it never failed, it didn't instill much confidence in it's ability to hold weight. The uprights are only stabilized by some self tapping sheet metal screws. This caused the uprights to lean and sway extremely bad, especially when loading and unloading plates. In addition to this flaw, the safety catches are extremely short which in my case caused a huge issue in an emergency bailout at the bottom of a squat.

I have now upgraded to the Fitness Reality 810XLT rack and it is night and day better. It's still not a professional/commercial level rack, but for my uses in a home gym it is perfect.

Just my experiences, so take them for what they're worth.
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I bought this was OK with it for a while but as a complete noob I don't feel confident in the safety arms/design.. There are deals on cages under $200 here - I'd recommend saving for a cage if you're concerned about what will happen should you not be able to complete a lift
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Great deal. Use your CB site and this will beat out many previous deals.

Also available are the bench and rack separate around 100 bucks, can use code and get for 80
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I bought this was OK with it for a while but as a complete noob I don't feel confident in the safety arms/design.. There are deals on cages under $200 here - I'd recommend saving for a cage if you're concerned about what will happen should you not be able to complete a lift
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If you're going to bench heavy solo make sure not to collar your weights unless you have a separate rack with safety bars. Lots of people get injured/killed trying to life heavy after collaring their weights. So either get a rack or lift uncollared and be ready to dump the weight if you have to abandon a set.
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I highly recommend against the rack in this deal. I had one for about a year and while it never failed, it didn't instill much confidence in it's ability to hold weight. The uprights are only stabilized by some self tapping sheet metal screws. This caused the uprights to lean and sway extremely bad, especially when loading and unloading plates. In addition to this flaw, the safety catches are extremely short which in my case caused a huge issue in an emergency bailout at the bottom of a squat.

I have now upgraded to the Fitness Reality 810XLT rack and it is night and day better. It's still not a professional/commercial level rack, but for my uses in a home gym it is perfect.

Just my experiences, so take them for what they're worth.
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I have a cage already, so is this a good deal for just the bench and other accessories, ie preacher pad and leg extension add on?
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I have a rack already, so is this a good deal for just the bench and other accessories?
I personally like the bench a lot. I ended up keeping the bench and giving the rack away when I got my new power rack.
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I Bought this in 2010 or early for 150 as a noob at the time it worked great. I recently sold it for 75$ on Craigslist as I upgraded to a real power rack etc. My thoughts It works but there are better safer options if you spend a bit more money.
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For this price, I think this set is pretty good.
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I highly recommend against the rack in this deal. I had one for about a year and while it never failed, it didn't instill much confidence in it's ability to hold weight. The uprights are only stabilized by some self tapping sheet metal screws. This caused the uprights to lean and sway extremely bad, especially when loading and unloading plates. In addition to this flaw, the safety catches are extremely short which in my case caused a huge issue in an emergency bailout at the bottom of a squat.

I have now upgraded to the Fitness Reality 810XLT rack and it is night and day better. It's still not a professional/commercial level rack, but for my uses in a home gym it is perfect.

Just my experiences, so take them for what they're worth.
I'd have to agree. I picked this up way back during a sale and while it looked alright, I had little faith in the rack. Too much sway and it just didn't seem sturdy.
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Had this for about 2 years sold it for $75 because I hurt my legs really bad using the leg portion. I'm still recovering from what I assume was a muscle tear at the knee, it just had a terrible fit and nothing is really that adjustable on it. I'm 5'10" and I just didn't feel confident using this at all. If you are desperate for a bench and a rack then go for it, it's not so bad in build. But expect to get bothered by its many quirks. There was plenty of sway and awkward counter balancing my body...Safety and value 6/10 IMHO.
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Don't get this even if free. Experienced lifters will agree I'm sure.
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If you're going to bench heavy solo make sure not to collar your weights unless you have a separate rack with safety bars. Lots of people get injured/killed trying to life heavy after collaring their weights. So either get a rack or lift uncollared and be ready to dump the weight if you have to abandon a set.
thanks for the tip. will pass it onto my nephews who work out solo in the basement.​
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So this is not a good deal for a basic bench and to do curls
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