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For an extra $100 you can get a bench for bench-pressing etc. It has bars on both sides to make squats and bench-presses safe to perform while alone - since the bar can not fall on you. This setup is perfect for a full home gym, if you are into doing 5x5 strength training, since it can cover all the excercises. See More
There are no-slip caps on the base of this tower, that provides more stability for your workouts and also protection for your floor. The freestanding design means you won't have to drill any holes in your walls or mount it to the interior of your home in any way. The dimensions are 50 x 81.5 x 41.5 inches (W x H x D), and it will fit easily in a reasonably small room. See More
The Power Tower is great for bodyweight exercises like pull-ups, push-ups, dips, sit-ups, and their variations. It can support up to 250 lbs, and there's enough space for you to use dip belts, sandbags or weight plates to enhance the difficulty if you weigh considerably less than 250 lbs. See More
There are soft grips on all handles that you'd expect to be holding on to, which improves your grip and protects your palms. The addition of soft ankle pads for doing sit-ups is a nice feature, especially for people who bruise easily on their legs. The Power Tower is 7ft tall, so unless you're much taller than 6ft, there won't be any trouble using it for pull-ups. See More