I have a Body Solid Power Rack in my home gym, but not the one pictured above.That one is called the heavy-duty rack or something?My rack has fewer spaces for the safety bars and I don't have the lat attachment yet.I purchased it about 18 months ago and it has survived two kids,two cats,three moves and a wife who thinks it doubles as a place to hang laundry.Not to mention all the abuse I give it.Definetly a good investment, and while it is very basic, it serves it's purpose(for lifting, not laundry).
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My gym has one of these without the cable attachment. When the big guys squat, the rack nearly tips over when they rerack the bar. It's going to be bolted to a piece of plywood soon so this won't happen. I'm not a big fan of this thing. I don't think it has enough room and the cross bar on one end gets in the way when trying to use a bench. The best power rack I've used is an Icarian, but for home use, I think it would be fine. You might also look into York equipment. They have something similar.
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