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    Originally Posted by smokinHawk View Post
    do you know Arsenal Strength is trying to patent how your belt squat works, with the lever and cable system.
    I would protest
    Think I finally saw this monstrosity on Instagram, Arsenal's designs always seem like they over-complicating just to be different.

    Some of their stuff just ends up looking weird, would not buy / 10.
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    Originally Posted by urbanlifter View Post
    They've already fixed that issue, it isn't 'beautiful' but it's the same idea I had on my Powertec which allows you to start at the top.

    But, I'd rather have the connection point at the bottom, that way you can connect it to your belt during the set.
    Not sure I love the idea of having a hook that can swing into my nuts when I have a couple of hundred pounds on a cable pulling down on my waist. Might be fine, but I would prefer a lever that grabbed a ball by the back pulley. Seems safer and less "ghetto".
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    Originally Posted by JustTheDad View Post
    Not sure I love the idea of having a hook that can swing into my nuts when I have a couple of hundred pounds on a cable pulling down on my waist. Might be fine, but I would prefer a lever that grabbed a ball by the back pulley. Seems safer and less "ghetto".
    It's a carabiner not a hook, used that setup with far more than a couple hundred pounds without issues

    There is nothing to snag....

    Edit: You connect it to the same point as the belt squat connection.

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    Originally Posted by urbanlifter View Post
    It's a carabiner not a hook, used that setup with far more than a couple hundred pounds without issues
    There is nothing to snag....
    Edit: You connect it to the same point as the belt squat connection.
    Rep used a hook:
    https://www.youtube.com/watch?time_c...ature=emb_logo
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    Originally Posted by JustTheDad View Post
    Rep used a hook
    Don't be like REP
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    Originally Posted by urbanlifter View Post
    They've already fixed that issue, it isn't 'beautiful' but it's the same idea I had on my Powertec which allows you to start at the top.

    But, I'd rather have the connection point at the bottom, that way you can connect it to your belt during the set.
    Their hack really isn't fixing it, it's just a workaround. What the JustTheDad is mentioning is a fix, not a workaround.
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    Originally Posted by MGM711 View Post
    Their hack really isn't fixing it, it's just a workaround. What the JustTheDad is mentioning is a fix, not a workaround.
    This is cool, I'm "the JustTheDad" now. I must be moving up in the world lol

    On topic, I think their patch wouldn't be dangerous with a carabiner, although I'd have 3 steel rings on a daisy chain made of the safety webbing and a bent gate carabiner attached to the belt by a short webbing sling. That would allow you height options. A chain hook would give you height options too, but again, I don't like hooks anywhere they can snag you or your clothing while you lift.

    My son's friend just had his labrum repaired and can't do much, but he want us to weld up a belt squat. If we do, It will have a lever and a catch ball. Hard to believe they didn't think of that, so maybe I'm missing a weakness or danger in that design.
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    Originally Posted by MGM711 View Post
    Their hack really isn't fixing it, it's just a workaround. What the JustTheDad is mentioning is a fix, not a workaround.
    Whether Fix or Workaround = Starting at the top of the squat.
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    Originally Posted by urbanlifter View Post
    Whether Fix or Workaround = Starting at the top of the squat.
    I guess...you can wordsmith it however you like, but this attachment as is seems pretty amateurish to me.
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    Originally Posted by MGM711 View Post
    I guess...you can wordsmith it however you like, but this attachment as is seems pretty amateurish to me.
    I agree with you. On the plus side, REP seems to listen, so I think they'll improve it. That takes a little time.
    Hope they ditch the hook immediately though. Seems like an injury and a lawsuit waiting to happen.
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    EX Bar in stock again, better gobble them up!!!

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    Just ordered one, my first barbell purchase! Thank you.

    Side note, I got a 20x24x30 inch wood box from Rep and it is excellent.
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    Duke,

    I noticed that nearly everyone who uploads pictures of their 6-post PR-5000 V2's, they have black weight horns (with two mounting bolts). Your website shows the PR-5000 V2 with chrome weight horns (with one mounting bolt). If I were to place an order, is there a way to choose which version I'd like?
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    The local pickup is a great option. I haven’t seen many large fitness companies keep that up. Especially rogue. I am picking up random things from them whenever I get a few extra dollars to round out the gym
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    Duke,

    I noticed that nearly everyone who uploads pictures of their 6-post PR-5000 V2's, they have black weight horns (with two mounting bolts). Your website shows the PR-5000 V2 with chrome weight horns (with one mounting bolt). If I were to place an order, is there a way to choose which version I'd like?
    Old weight horns were chrome. New are urethane. Pics just need updated on our site.
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    Old weight horns were chrome. New are urethane. Pics just need updated on our site.
    Bummer, the single bolt looked nice.
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    Old weight horns were chrome. New are urethane. Pics just need updated on our site.

    will Rep be offering to sell the Part of the lever arms that connects to the rack separate from the rest of the arm? I currently have arms that bolt to my rack and I'd like the adjustability. Also, will you be updating pics of the weight horns? Are the old one bolt weight horns gone?
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    I flipped a $320 Ohio Power Bar for $460. Took that money and ordered a second extension for my power rack to make it an 8 post rack and to mount the ISO arms in unobstructed. Tired of moving attachments. I currently have the front foot extensions I will eliminate on my rack which take up roughly 26" and the additional weight post extension only takes up 16". Bigger rack. Less space.
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    Originally Posted by jamesovercome View Post
    I flipped a $320 Ohio Power Bar for $460. Took that money and ordered a second extension for my power rack to make it an 8 post rack and to mount the ISO arms in unobstructed. Tired of moving attachments. I currently have the front foot extensions I will eliminate on my rack which take up roughly 26" and the additional weight post extension only takes up 16". Bigger rack. Less space.
    Sounds interesting - going to need some pics!
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    Wow...go sift through some of the REP Iso Arm threads on Coop's FB group, sounded like a great idea on paper that hasn't turned out so well. One guy bought a set that the safety pins wouldn't slot through, contacted CS, was told it will loosen up in time or if you want, take a grinder and open it up yourself. Not sure that's the CS response I'd like to hear. To REP's credit, someone went on the thread and said this response was unacceptable and they would obviously take care and correct the issue. Good on them for doing the right thing, my issue with it though is one shouldn't have to go to a public forum to get these sort of resolutions.
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    I'd like to know if anyone actually uses lever arms on a regular basis. I thought they sounded like a great idea until I thought of how I'd actually use them and then I realized they'd probably just end up collecting dust since the range of motion wouldn't work out how I'd like.
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    Originally Posted by ncsuLuke View Post
    I'd like to know if anyone actually uses lever arms on a regular basis. I thought they sounded like a great idea until I thought of how I'd actually use them and then I realized they'd probably just end up collecting dust since the range of motion wouldn't work out how I'd like.
    A guy I know got a set of the $200 Trolley arms from Rogue for his rack a while back. He had me come by and try them out. I had thought there would potentially be a a lot of good usages for them, when I went over to try them out, I found there wasn't as many good usages for them as I had thought. My friend ended up selling them, said they were a hassle to move and just didn't use them like he thought he would. I suppose at the right price, they could be worth having, but I wouldn't go out of my way to get a set.
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    Originally Posted by ncsuLuke View Post
    I'd like to know if anyone actually uses lever arms on a regular basis. I thought they sounded like a great idea until I thought of how I'd actually use them and then I realized they'd probably just end up collecting dust since the range of motion wouldn't work out how I'd like.
    I made a post on this a few weeks ago and got a lukewarm response. I watched several videos and only a few exercises looked appealing to me, mainly for rows and hip thrusts. Which can easily be done without them. They were all basically adaptations of everyday barbell/dumbell exercises.

    I decided against them, partly because I don't have enough room on either side of my rack for them to swing all the way out, but even if I did have the room I would've probably declined.
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    Originally Posted by ncsuLuke View Post
    I'd like to know if anyone actually uses lever arms on a regular basis. I thought they sounded like a great idea until I thought of how I'd actually use them and then I realized they'd probably just end up collecting dust since the range of motion wouldn't work out how I'd like.
    So I've used my lever arms every session as a more of a burn out type of deal. I enjoy them a lot. I think with my rack extension I'll enjoy them even more. I find rows are pretty effing nice on them since they have an eyelet for attachments.
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