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ProsourceFit Adjustable Dip Stand Station (Red)

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Amazon has ProsourceFit Adjustable Dip Stand Station (Red) on sale for $51.52 Now $48.84. Shipping is free.

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Product Features:
  • 24" W x 31" H (extends to 35" height)
  • Non-slip rubber feet & safety connector for stability
  • Ideal for tricep dips, rows, L-sits and much more
  • Increase your strength using only bodyweight
  • Unit Weight (fully assembled): 23.5 lb
  • Supports weight up to 400 lb.
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Amazon [amazon.com] has ProsourceFit Dip Stand Station for $49.71 + Free Shipping Now Black $54.95, Yellow $52.75

-SAFE & STABLE - Rubber feet help to prevent slipping, and a stabilizing safety connector extends length between bars from 16 ¼" to 23 ¼"

-UPPER BODY BODYWEIGHT TRAINING- Padded grips make it comfortable to build muscle with-out weights by performing dips, L-sits, push-ups, inverted rows

-ADJUSTABLE - Each bar is 24" wide, 31" high, and is adjustable up to 35", so you can set them parallel or staggered for more exercise variety

-DURABLE DESIGN - Powder coated, sturdy iron tubes can support up to 400 lbs., so you can safely train chest, triceps, shoulders and core

-LIGHTWEIGHT & PORTABLE - Iron bars are lightweight and easy to move around and take apart for transporting wherever you want to workout
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I have these same bars that I picked up from a thrift store for a few bucks so I can't comment on the price and whether or not it's good. They're sturdy and support my 180lb frame without much worry. I use them in my basement on my stall mats and they don't really move at all. The grip portion of them has started to split due to extended use but aside from that they're great.
Was going to get these for my living room setup but they only go to 35 inches high which is a bit low and the main con is they have to be bolted together. I originally thought they were a sliding lock pin design so the can be resized and stored quickly but that's not the case
This can be used for a variety of exercises, other than dips. Eg:
L-sit
Planche
Handstand
Back Lever
Front Lever
Knee/Leg Raises
Bodyweight Rows
Incline Push-Up (on its side)
These are easy to put in the closet when not in use, offer a few exercises not possible on a tower's dip bars, and are much cheaper than a tower. The pull-up bar is the single benefit a tower has over this, which some people may not need/want, and if they do, they could always grab a cheap doorway pullup bar. Towers require significantly more room, as they are not easily stored away. This item will definitely suit many people's needs better than a tower.

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I have these same bars that I picked up from a thrift store for a few bucks so I can't comment on the price and whether or not it's good. They're sturdy and support my 180lb frame without much worry. I use them in my basement on my stall mats and they don't really move at all. The grip portion of them has started to split due to extended use but aside from that they're great.
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Was going to get these for my living room setup but they only go to 35 inches high which is a bit low and the main con is they have to be bolted together. I originally thought they were a sliding lock pin design so the can be resized and stored quickly but that's not the case
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I bought a different one of these that basically looks like a knock-off...but higher-priced:

https://smile.amazon.com/dp/B077Z...UTF8&psc=1

I know it's not same product (or is it?) but form factor is same, at least. I've been using it for a few months now and I like it. Am about 6', 240lbs. I do have a full power rack (Titan T-3) so thought about getting add-on dip bars for that for about same price...but opted for these so could easily put them away. Have been happy, bottomline.
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It's showing as a lightning deal for $72
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This is good for doing L sit n planche too..I use it in my living room while watching tv.
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Black one is a few cents more at $50.73.
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Quote from SlickorDIE :
Why not use a chair, a couch, a gym?
Using couch or chairs dont provide the stability you need. Anybody who has used a chair or a couch knows why. As for gym, I'll let you take a guess.
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