If you are looking to buy a free weights set but don’t know how much they cost or where to purchase them, maybe this article will help you.
Target has a 100 pound plate designed one for a little over forty two dollars. They are floor friendly and will not rust. Included with the weights are two 20 pound ones, four 10 pound ones, two 8 pound ones, one 4 pound one, and 2 pc straight bar. It has two locking spring clips to secure the free weights. Sears has a Body Solid Rubber Grip Olympic Plate 255 pound set for a little over three hundred and sixty three dollars. The set is in cased with heavy duty rubber to prevent scuffing or damage to the equipment. They won’t split, crack, or peel. Included with this equipment are two 45 pound, two 35 pound, two 25 pound, two 10 pound, four 5 pound, and two 2.5 pound plates. Amazon.com has one called US Weight 55 pound Duracast for a little over thirty five dollars. It is a heavy duty two piece straight bar with textured grips.
For those wanting weight racks Sam’s Club has a Body Solid 40″ Wide 3 Tier Dumbbell Rack for about one hundred and seven dollars online. It can be placed against the wall or in the center of the room. It holds one pair each of 5-50 pound hex dumbbells. Sports Authority has a Powerline EZ Load Weight Tree for about fifty five dollars. It is designed to have the weight load in the center to reduce the risk of tipping. It comes with six storage posts for easy equipment retrieval.
In conclusion, these are just a few of the walk in and online stores you can go to purchase these products. They can be found in most department stores. Either way, you are making a sound investment towards your new healthy future!
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