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Body Champ PBC1835 2-Piece Power Rack with Weight Bench

Walmart # 570297887

Body Champ PBC1835 2-Piece Power Rack with Weight Bench

Walmart # 570297887
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Enhance your strength training circuits with the all inclusive Body Champ Power Rack System (each combo set includes 2 key strength training pieces: 1 Power Rack and 1 weight bench). Perform all your workout circuits in the convenience and comfort of home. Pair with a powerlifting barbell or weight bar, free weights sets, dumbbells, resistance bands, and other fitness accessories (sold separately) for a complete home workout.

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Enhance your strength training circuits with the all inclusive Body Champ Power Rack System (each combo set includes 2 key strength training pieces: 1 Power Rack and 1 weight bench). Perform all your workout circuits in the convenience and comfort of home. Pair with a powerlifting barbell or weight bar, free weights sets, dumbbells, resistance bands, and other fitness accessories (sold separately) for a complete home workout.
  • Multi station, 2 piece combo set for strength and cardio circuits
  • Power Rack has 12 Total Position Settings available with 4 Built-in Floor Anchors for optional mounting
  • 2 Adjustable Bar Catches, and, 2 Adjustable Safety Catches
  • 2 Weight Plate Storage Posts; 1 Integrated full length Pull Up Bar
  • Weight Bench has easy lift Lever and 2 Built-in Transport Wheels that make storage and mobility an ergonomic experience
  • Angled Catch Design provides extra safety and prevent injury to hands and grip during racking and un-racking
  • 2 Locking Safety Hooks for added security during rest or when not in use


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Assembled Product Weight
93.76 lbs
Assembled Product Dimensions (L x W x H)
56.30 x 42.13 x 81.89 Inches
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Sturdy and Versatile Fitness Apparatus

The Body Champ power rack with weight bench is great and has motivated me to exercise daily in my garage! This piece of equipment is not intended to be used outdoors. This apparatus is extremely sturdy as well as versatile. I love that the unit has a chin-up/pull-up bar. Also, the well-designed bench has a handle and wheels for easy maneuverability. You just need to lift the bench slightly off the ground and wheel it out of the way when ready to use the chin-up bar or for storage purposes. My son assembled the entire power rack bench very quickly and had no problems with the instructions. All the pieces were well-marked in the instructions and everything came complete--no missing parts. I would highly recommend this piece of fitness equipment for its sturdiness and versatility.

If I can do it, so can YOU!

What a great combo set! Let me just start off and say that I'm a 120lbs woman in her thirties. It matters, because I'm using it for only me AND I was able to build the set on my own without anyone around to help (although now that I think about it, it'd probably be a good idea to ask someone to help balance the crossbar when you assemble the power rack so it doesn't collapse on you). So, it is definitely doable if you're looking for a good combo power rack and weight bench set! ASSEMBLY: Well, it was really heavy getting it through the door, but I managed to pull and push until I finally got it inside the house. Once inside, I had to build it on the 2nd floor of the house, and since I couldn't even pick up the box on my own, I opened the box and carried pieces by pieces upstairs (great workout already haha!). The instructions were pretty intimidating at first with soooo many pieces… since I have no experience with building things, but the instructions were actually very clear-cut, well-printed, and as simple as it could be. With a vice grip and a socket wrench that I never used but had it lying around (nothing electronic sadly or it would have probably been even easier..booo), I was able to assemble the entire thing in under 3 hours. All the pieces were there, without anything missing, and without anything extra. QUALITY/FEATURES: The quality is really good! It's not as sturdy and heavy-duty as the gym's equipment, but this does so wonderfully in my guest bedroom, which I may turn into my workout room. I've done pullups on this, without anything feeling wobbly or weak. I feel like it holds my weight very well! I've placed a barbell of 100lbs on it, and it feels fine (although I can't exactly lift all 100lbs by myself). The bench seats are a bit lighter than I expected, but once assembled, it actually feels pretty good. Once again, it holds my weight well. The seat of the bench though is a bit wobbly (just like the gym, and so now I know it's not just my weight bench that does that). The weight bench can be easily picked up with one hand on the handle below the seat, and wheeled back and forth to adjust where you'd like to place it beneath the power rack (or remove it completely to use just the power rack by itself). The weight bench is not connected to the power rack, so you can even move the weight bench into another room or area if you wanted to. I was able to pick up the entire thing over my head and carefully take it downstairs to do weights while I watch TV. OVERALL: I really like this combo set. I think it's great for women, beginners, or intermediate users. It's a great deal, sturdy for my needs, and versatile enough. It's also excellent for people with small spaces, because it actually doesn't take up as much space as I thought it would. I was able to fit it into a small room on 6 floor puzzle mats. The height of the power rack is just a bit taller than any standard bedroom doors, so you can't just build it and move it inside the room (ie. you have to either assemble inside the room, or disassemble part of it before moving it into the room).

Solid, Sturdy Equipment

The power rack and weight bench all came in one large, heavy, long rectangular box. Putting everything together is fairly straight forward, but may take around 2-3 hours depending on your speed and ability to manage a ratchet wrench. The instructions that come with the box are very clear and all the hardware are clearly labeled in a sealed package. The package only comes with the power rack and bench but none of the free weights, bars, rods etc. That said, everything feels very sturdy for a home-use gym. Upon completing the assembly of the rack / bench, I was able to do a pull up on the rack and it supported my weight / build (~185 lbs / 5'11") with no problem. While not as sturdy as what you'll see at a gym, it's good enough for daily use at home. The bench itself feels a bit wobblier than the rack, hence the drop in 1 star rating (the latch system to adjust the incline feels a bit cheaper than the rest of the assembly), but again, is good enough for home use. The Power Rack itself does occupy a pretty big footprint, so make sure you have the space in your home / gym / room to hold everything. All said, this is generally a high quality piece of exercise equipment and will add a nice free-weight dimension to my otherwise cardio-only exercise routine.

Heavy, but well worth it

Every year my new year's resolution is to work out. Like most people, year after year, it never happens. I have a gym membership, but it is such a waste of money because I never go. The time to get ready and travel to the gym and back already makes me not want to go. I thought why not give it a try to set up my own gym at home? One of the biggest reasons I rather work out at home is because I really dislike seeing all the ultra fit people at the gym and have to work out next to them. It feels so discouraging every time I go to the gym. At home, I can put on my favorite music or show and work out at my own pace. I don't have to feel like I am competing with anyone else. I wanted to try out the Body Champ PBC1835 2-Piece Power Rack with Weight Bench. I like it that it has the power rack and weight bench. Exactly what I want. I can use powerlifting barbell or weight bar, free weights sets, dumbbells, resistance bands, etc. Keep in mind, all these are sold separately. The set only comes with the power rack and weight bench, everything else you have to buy it separately. The materials used for this set seems very sturdy and well made and this is a great basic bench set. I just started working out, so I take it slow and work out about 1 hour a day. I don't have a personal trainer and I have not purchased any kind of program, I just look online for some videos to follow. I think that's a good way to start out as for now. I was pretty shocked when the set got delivered. It weighed almost 100 pounds and a total of 82” in length. After assembly, dimensions are 56.3” x 42.13” x 81.89”. The set is pretty big, make sure to measure the area where you're planning to place it at that the set will fit, or else even if you're able to return it, it will be a huge hassle.

Workout Bench and Rack

The whole thing came in one box and took a little while to assemble, but was pretty straightforward and simple to put together. I have to admit I didn't know this came with the rack, I just wanted the bench to use for dumbbell workouts. I like the bench, has incline, decline and flat positions, wheels on the back and a handle on the front to easily move it. I put the rack together even though I don't have a large barbell or weights for it, but I wanted to see if this would encourage me to invest in that. The rack seems strong enough to handle weight, though the two posts to put weight plates on are sticking straight up from the floor and only one on each side, which would not give a place for different size weights. I suppose I could just use them for the biggest plates and have to have somewhere else for the smaller ones. The front supports bend down at or above my shoulders( when laying on the bench) and would be in the way with a barbell, I think. It has different hooks, two for bench work and two for squats, which adds to function. If I had a workout partner so we could spot each other, I could see buying a barbell and weights, but at 55 years old I would be afraid to push too much weight and get trapped under the barbell. Of course I'm not trying to bulk up, just get healthy, so combining dumbbell workout and the variety of ways to use the rack and bench for resistance band training is working for me.
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