I use these stands for my weight bench to do bench presses. The built-in stanchions on the weight bench are too close together and can pinch your hands. The only caveat, is make sure you place some weight plates on the lower pegs or lay them on base to stabilize the stands. Overall, highly recommended.
Purchased these and they are too big (I'm a woman) but for the limited use I could get out of them they were great. My husband took them too the gym and used them while dead lifiting 3 plates on each side and said they were awesome and helped his grip tremendously. Would recommend for someone who doesn't have small wrists.
This unit is about the least expensive of the vibrating plate machines. It's small and quiet, but heavy and seems likely to last as long as any of them. I've only had it a week or two, but so far, the highest setting seems effective. This does not have the same motion as the units ten times as expensive and you shouldn't expect that. But if you're looking for a machine with less investment to find out if vibrating plate machines are right for you, this is a good first step! I am not a "living room exerciser" but my local gym that I've used for 5 years, does not have one. I did not want to spend a couple thousand only to find out I don't like to exercise at home. The motion is far from smooth as the $XXXX dollar (and up) units, and the speeds aren't as variable. But the remote works, the base is solid and it doesn't disturb my neighbors. I like it!
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