Best Fitness BFPR100 Power Rack


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The Best Fitness® BFPR100 Power Rack offers a multi-functional, weight lifting platform to fit any athlete's conditioning or strength training program. With a design focused primarily on quality and safety, this solid steel frame takes on up to 500 lbs and ensures stabilization throughout your lifting routine. The BFPR100 Power Rack includes 23 adjustment positions and two adjustable lift offs so you can get serious about your training.

  • Extremely sturdy, safe multi-functional power rack for free weight lifting
  • Made of solid 14 gauge 2" x 2" steel mainframe for stable lifting space
  • Heavy-duty exterior frame coated with a long-lasting powder paint finish
  • Offers 23 adjustment positions evenly spaced 3" apart to fit a variety of training
  • Includes two adjustable lift offs and full length safety bars for users of all sizes
  • Designed to target total body strengthening such as abs, biceps, triceps to calves, glutes and lats
  • Ideal for a variety of free weight exercises (bench press, shoulder press, back and front squat, and more)
  • Assembled Dimensions: 45.5" L x 46.5" W x 82" H
  • Maximum Weight Capacity: 600 lbs
  • Product Weight: 117 lbs
  • Manufacturer's Warranty - In Home Only: 3 years frame, 1 year parts
  • Model: BFPR100
  • Best Fitness
Country of Origin: China
Web ID: 35122126

Customer Reviews:

Rated 3 out of 5 by 1 reviewer.
Rated 3 out of 5 by Works well enough Easy to put together with a box end wrench and a socket. You do need two people though and make sure to follow the instructions to not tighten down the bolts until the end. Good: Low enough to still do pull ups in the basement and tall enough that the wife can do full clean and jerks. Solid build and doesn't seem flimsy in any way even though this is a lighter gauge metal than some advertise. Disappointing: There are no anchor points on the base of the rack to secure it to the floor. I will have to manufacture my own anchor points because it is able to be rocked a bit by a 6' 250lbs guy doing fast pull-ups. The distance from the lift off point to where the lower cross bar goes across on the floor is only a few inches. I find myself leaning forward to lift the bar off when my toes are touching the cross beam on the floor. Overall it is a good product for the money. I would recommend this to others who want a good rack at home that conserves on space. Just keep in mind that when you conserve on space it will not feel as spacious as the ones at the gym. January 2, 2015
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