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Everyday Essentials RS 60 Multifunctional Workout Station

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Walmart has Everyday Essentials RS 60 Multifunctional Workout Station (EE-RS60) for $129.99. Shipping is free.

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  • Everyday Essentials RS 60 Multifunctional Workout Station Adjustable Olympic Workout Bench with Squat Rack, Leg Extension, Preacher Curl, and Weight Storage.
Key Features:
  • Adjustable:
    • Both Olympic Bench and Squat Rack are adjustable. Bench can be adjusted to incline, flat and decline chest press positions, while the rack can be adjusted to different heights.
  • Two-Piece Design:
    • The Olympic Bench and Squat Rack can be used together or separately or even moved out of the way, allowing you to perform squats and other exercises without obstruction.
  • Dimensions:
    • 73" L x 46 W x (50"-65") H (Squat Rack adjustable from 50" to 65")
  • Designed to support a maximum user weight of 400 lbs. and a maximum total weight of 800 lbs.
  • Product Weight:
    • 90 Pounds (Full Station)
    • 52 Pounds (Bench Only)
    • 38 Pounds (Rack Only)
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Awesome deal
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The tons of scary amazon reviews are what's keeping me from buying this. Someone convince me this is good ������������ will rep
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Quote from 20021108 :
We all miss normal life so much...
At we are alive.....500K + souls didn't make it. Stay home and use this gym to get strong
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My massive (6'5'') cousin just handed me down that exact set and I noticed that about the bench too. Funny that you post this today as I realized this morning.
Solid set for the price tho can't really go wrong
i dont use legs for presses it strengthens more muscle groups quicker
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Quote from joshownsyouall :
The tons of scary amazon reviews are what's keeping me from buying this. Someone convince me this is good ������������ will rep
thinking the same but doesnt walmart have a 90 day return ?
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Just purchased the xrs 20 for $199, this is a great buy. The bench is very cheap. I'm about 5'8 and it's barely high enough to be able to squat with this set. Otherwise, good price and pairs well with 300lb weight set from Dick's with 7' Olympic bar.
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Quote from joshownsyouall :
The tons of scary amazon reviews are what's keeping me from buying this. Someone convince me this is good ������������ will rep
It's better than what you have now, which is probably nothing. If you use it for 30 days and it has no issues great, if it sucks return it. Can't really lose here if you are in the market for something like this. Essentially a free trial for 30 days.

Also, as far as reviews go. People are 10 times more likely to leave a negative review or share a negative experience than they are a positive one. You go to a restaurant the food is good, you probably don't tell anyone. You go and the food is awful, you probably tell everyone you can. It's called "negativity bias" - look it up. Point being for every sh!t review there are 10 good experiences that people don't write about because they got what they expected.

Convinced?!
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Quote from WeezyWham :
thinking the same but doesnt walmart have a 90 day return ?
True... but who wants to take it apart, box it back up, load and unload in your car, drag it into Walmart, and then wait in line.
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It's better than what you have now, which is probably nothing. If you use it for 30 days and it has no issues great, if it sucks return it. Can't really lose here if you are in the market for something like this. Essentially a free trial for 30 days.

Also, as far as reviews go. People are 10 times more likely to leave a negative review or share a negative experience than they are a positive one. You go to a restaurant the food is good, you probably don't tell anyone. You go and the food is awful, you probably tell everyone you can. It's called "negativity bias" - look it up. Point being for every sh!t review there are 10 good experiences that people don't write about because they got what they expected.

Convinced?!
Also true.. i usually only look at 3 star reviews. They're usually the most unbiased.
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Bars n weights?
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Dang, I got the Gold Gym's XRS 20 for $199 from wally a while back. It's been used really well. Upgraded to Titan T-3. I felt like my 199 was well spent. That said, if you don't have anything, then $130 seems a great deal for this. Better than anything gouged out on FB marketplace.

Still use the bench for inclines, biceps and legs. I have to say, it's not the greatest but if you're handy it's easily modifiable unit. Leg extensions are great on it. The leg curls, are tougher to get. I'm 5'9 over 260. So I'm a big body. If it were up to me, I'd hit up Lowe's or HD to get a longer rod to make the pads on the leg exercises wider. I'm too wide body and the plastic end buttons press into me so I just leave them off. Like an extra 2 or 3 inches on each side would raise comfort levels. Just hadn't made time/effort to go to store for it, I just put up with it for a few sets. Use a kettlebell or dumbell to hold it flat on the ground if you go put 2x 35 plates on the curl. 45lb plates fit too, but it seems it would get in the way for leg curls. . We use mostly our 25 and 35 plates on it. Plenty of clearance.

Rack itself is decent. Extra ugga-chuggas on the bolts and it should be good. We used it in the driveway and the yard for barbell yolk carries. 300-400lbs on the highest setting for a workout, and it was fine.
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anyone have one? and know if I can place a barbell at the top so I can do pull up safely?
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Thanks. In for one. Now I need weights and a bar. Cali locked down gyms since march and I've only gained in the waist area. Used samsung pay for 3% cb to partially cover the 9% cali tax
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This will make a great towel rack! In for 1.
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I bought it from Walmart for $299 about six months ago. It's a solid deal at this price.
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