Discussion in 'Strength & Conditioning Discussion' started by Klotz, Apr 24, 2008.
Orgasmic deal on craigslist.
Dam, if only I had somewhere to put it.
Grand Theft Auto?
criaglist is blocked at my work, what is it and how much?
i would imagine standard weight plates judging by the 50lbers?
doesn't seem bad but not orgasmic.. or is it :redface:
I got my power rack and bench with 315 lbs of weight on craigslist for $500, which is a good deal for a Body Solid.
Now I don't have to worry about people who like doing squats bothering me while I do my power curls and checking out my gunz.
Double post and it wasn't that funny the first time.
Yeah it's a 1" bar. I mean, $400 for a power rack isn't bad but you'd still want to buy a better bar and weights.
Also a 6' 4" power rack is kind of short.
I'm thread jacking here, but i'm thinking of purchasing this rack
Weight Capacity = (Rack = 1500 LBS, Dip Bars = 400 LBS)
Seems like its solid.
In general though i was wondering, what should i be looking at in terms of Length/Width/Height of a rack? I've found some on craigslist and was interested in knowing what is 'good' in terms of measurements.
That is the powertec I have. I like it, but it isn't fancy. It is solid enough though. Beats the hell out of sawhorses!
good deal. if i had room i'd prob pick it up lol.
How much to ship it overnight?
Heh, I laughed, .... but I'm an 'easy laugher'.
Just me or is there a large percentage of Canadians on the Training Forums?
I kid, I kid. :icon_chee
There are a large percentage of Canadians on the Internet period.
Yeh I got the powertec too, heck of a rack. Only thing I dont like is the pullup bar, rather have just a straight one that goes across the top.
As for the size, should be fine unless you like doing really wide stance squats. You also cant ohp inside, which I dont think is that big a deal.
Because we're not as fat as the Americans.
I'm looking at you, Zero.
It's nice but you can't do olylifts with it... you need kg-plates to do olylifts, everbody knows that, duh!
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