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Health Gear CFT2.0 Functional Fitness Gym Style Training Power Tower & Adjustable Workout Bench System - Sam's Club $198.98

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all in one set up that includes bench, chest press and power tower functions all in one

great for those who already have their own free weights

free shipping for plus members
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Includes everything you need for a complete workout
Multi-station functional fitness tower with bench
Over 13 comprehensive home gym workouts
Pull-up, chin up, dip, vertical knee raise, push-up, rear dip, sit-up, decline bench press, flat bench press, incline bench press, decline dumbbell Fly's, flat dumbbell Fly's, incline dumbbell Fly's
300 lbs. weight capacity
Pull up and chin up station
Includes upper and lower hooks for ab straps and cable strap accessories
Padded rear support pad
2.0" round steel frame design
Adjustable barbell supports incline, flat utility bench with ab feature

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Costco has this too for those that have a membership there. https://www.costco.com/health-gea...90521.html
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Is this easy to take apart and move? Just wondering
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I'd say you're better off getting a Bench/Rack combo instead of something like this. This only works upper body and the bench cannot be reused by itself. Also, it doesn't look like the height of the weight rack is adjustable.
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Also available for the same price now at Amazon.

Health Gear CFT2.0 Functional Fitness Gym Style Training Power Tower & Adjustable Workout Bench System for Pull Ups and Dips https://www.amazon.com/dp/B076QCK...aGbMH1MPT4
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Quote from Ravenesque :
300lb capacity? Junk..
Oh you're strong
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Quote from CoolMusic759 :
Oh you're strong
I think they meant 300lb body weight limit 😏
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No I think it means body weight plus weights...even just putting 300lb on a barbell is not that much for many people on just bench press, so with body weight added to that, it would be well over the posted max weight. So I don't know about this unless you use fairly light weight or dumbbells only...
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Quote from FireDragonMule :
I'd say you're better off getting a Bench/Rack combo instead of something like this. This only works upper body and the bench cannot be reused by itself. Also, it doesn't look like the height of the weight rack is adjustable.
I agree with this. I have a similar one (without bench), and only kept it coz I would have to pay return shipping. I encountered some problems with the design:
- Depending on your body dimensions, the width of the pillars may prevent optimal position of your hands during exercises (pull-ups, push-ups, etc.). It may be too narrow or too wide for some, so check that before buying. A wide unobstructed pull-up bar would be more flexible in my opinion, such as those that are on top of power cages.
- The push-up handles in my case were too close to the pillars and I bump my head against the center cross-beam.
- There is some flexing/wobbling of the structure when doing dips
I suppose if you are on the shorter and lighter side, you may not have these issues, but I am 5'8" at 145 lbs already and still problematic
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