Comments on this Bench (Bomb Proof)

Discussion in 'Gear & Equipment Discussion' started by axolotls, Apr 1, 2008.

  1. axolotls

    axolotls White Belt

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    damn that is to much.. craigslist is your friend
     
  3. axolotls

    axolotls White Belt

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    Actually the bench has to be purchased through some approved places like this. So, used equipment, e-Bay, Craigslist is not in the cards :(
     
  4. Snake_p20

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    I say it is way too much for a weight bench, you can get a good quality one for a lot less. plus, getting a bench already setup could have some problems getting it in a room you want to use.
     
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    axolotls White Belt

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    Great points. Thanks.
     
  6. kennyboy

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    bombproof is literally "bombproof". They're built like a tank so you have nothing to worry about. But the pricing on it is pretty expensive, with that I suggest you buy a power rack and a seperate bench.

    Other great brands would be Titan, Powertec, Bodycraft, etc, etc.
    You get what you pay for, I would stay away from brands like "GOLDS GYM" or other benches that are sold at sears, sports chalet, etc.

    I currently have a powertec power rack with lat tower, and a seperate bench. I can do almost any exercise. My next investment is for a set of dumbbells.
     

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