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This home gym measures 65"x49.5"x73" w/ a weight capacity of 300 lbs. Compatible w/ 2" Olympic sized weight sets and allows you to perform many different weight exercises (ex; bench presses, squats, deadlifts & more). Offer valid while promotion last - Discombobulated

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With this ProForm Sport Olympic Rack XT Home Gym you can train like a professional in the privacy of your own home. Compatible with 2" Olympic-sized weight sets, the Proform Sport Olympic Rack XT features adjustable uprights and safety spotters that can accommodate multiple user heights and body sizes so it can be used by several people in a household. A squat rack helps isolate the muscles in your legs and allows you to focus more closely on the muscles in your lower body. Power catch uprights are built to withstand even the toughest workouts.

PRODUCT FEATURES
Power catch uprights are built to withstand even the toughest workouts
Allows you to perform many different weight exercises like bench presses, squats, and deadlifts
When the workout is over you can store your weights (sold separately) in the conveniently integrated plate storage unit
Compatible with 2" Olympic-sized weight sets
PRODUCT DETAILS
65" H x 49.5" W x 73" D
Steel, PVC
Weight capacity: 300 lbs
Manufacturer's 90-day limited warranty
For warranty information please click here
Model no. PFBE00120
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"Power catch uprights are built to withstand even the toughest workouts"

"Weight capacity: 300 lbs"

Lol
This is True.

As something with Engineering Training though - I have a hunch you could do 450 lbs and get away with it just fine - On the Rack Holder AND NOT THE SAFETIES. Because of how they're off center - the safeties are probably the limiting factor for the 300 lbs.

The thing is, it won't have been tested that high - but there should be a 1.5-2x factor of safety put into the testing in High Risk User stuff.

Now, if you do this Remember: DO IT AT YOUR OWN RISK. I'd personally be comfortable testing and using this rack that way - but make sure that you only leave the plates loaded for as long as you're using it. For at home use, the wear on steel tubes LENGTHWISE should be good enough for 3-5 sets of HOME use.

Anywho, lots of disclaimers, and if you're going to go beyond 3 plates for squats (315 lbs), you're getting to Advanced Lifter Land, or Expert for women, so I'd just get the corresponding gear. As someone with shit knees, 3 plates is probably my own Max out.
Set off my "squatty potty" alert!

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is this better than the Weider rack from Walmart?
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is this better than the Weider rack from Walmart?
Not sure, but they look exactly the same.
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is this better than the Weider rack from Walmart?
Exact same - weider looks nicer personally.
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https://www.academy.com/shop/pdp/...d-bench-xt

Reviews aren't bad. Seems most negative feedback is about the bench included in the bundle deal and not the rack itself. Price is right. Thanks for sharing. Hopefully good enough for now. In for 1.
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"Power catch uprights are built to withstand even the toughest workouts"

"Weight capacity: 300 lbs"

Lol
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"Power catch uprights are built to withstand even the toughest workouts"

"Weight capacity: 300 lbs"

Lol
LOL what are "power catch uprights?!!!!!"
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LOL what are "power catch uprights?!!!!!"
I'm just guessing here, cause I have no idea either.. but my guess is its those black little tusk looking things sticking out the front, probably meant to catch the weight in someway when you're squatting or done squatting.

The person you're responding to is reacting to the fact that it says it can "withstand the toughest workouts", but that it's limit is 300lbs, which is somewhat on the mid-low side of squats from what I understand, especially when boasting it's abilities with such a confident claim.
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is this better than the Weider rack from Walmart?
Yes only because the Walmart one is a round tube design which makes it wobbly . I wish mine was like this one
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Set off my "squatty potty" alert!
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Yes only because the Walmart one is a round tube design which makes it wobbly . I wish mine was like this one
^^This. I have the round tube one as well and the uprights do get wobbly. Go with this square ProForm option instead.

That said, I have 315 lbs on my Walmart rack and it's held up for years.
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"Power catch uprights are built to withstand even the toughest workouts"

"Weight capacity: 300 lbs"

Lol
This is True.

As something with Engineering Training though - I have a hunch you could do 450 lbs and get away with it just fine - On the Rack Holder AND NOT THE SAFETIES. Because of how they're off center - the safeties are probably the limiting factor for the 300 lbs.

The thing is, it won't have been tested that high - but there should be a 1.5-2x factor of safety put into the testing in High Risk User stuff.

Now, if you do this Remember: DO IT AT YOUR OWN RISK. I'd personally be comfortable testing and using this rack that way - but make sure that you only leave the plates loaded for as long as you're using it. For at home use, the wear on steel tubes LENGTHWISE should be good enough for 3-5 sets of HOME use.

Anywho, lots of disclaimers, and if you're going to go beyond 3 plates for squats (315 lbs), you're getting to Advanced Lifter Land, or Expert for women, so I'd just get the corresponding gear. As someone with shit knees, 3 plates is probably my own Max out.
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Wow, if this is a deal at $100 I know why it's so easy to flip the same design with an attached bench for $100 on the used market.
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too bad 30% off didnt work with it
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