Champion Sports Medicine Ball Tree

September 8, 2018 - Comment

Maximize your gym’s floor space with the Champion Sports Medicine Ball Tree that fills up under-utilized vertical space. Able to hold up to five medicine balls, this narrow storage tree keeps your balls organized and within close reach. The solid steel construction can stand up to years of regular use, while the slim design can

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Maximize your gym’s floor space with the Champion Sports Medicine Ball Tree that fills up under-utilized vertical space. Able to hold up to five medicine balls, this narrow storage tree keeps your balls organized and within close reach. The solid steel construction can stand up to years of regular use, while the slim design can fit just about anywhere in your gym.

Product Features

  • Made of high strength steel tubing
  • Narrow design allows rack to fit almost anywhere
  • Holds up to 5 medicine balls
  • Assembly required
  • Dimensions: 15″L x 11″W x 52″H

Comments

Mr Dinky says:

BEST GYM ACCESSORY RACK EVER!! Seriously, how many home gyms have ALL of the different weight medicine balls? So why not buy this rack, and and not only use it for your ONE or TWO medicine balls (cause that’s all ya probably got…amiright?), but also load it up with all of your lifting attachments, lifting straps, bar clamps etc, etc. Its a cheaper and much better solution than other gym accessory racks out there, and it’ll clean up all the clutter laying around the home gym floor.Oh…and if you REALLY have all…

WileyMan says:

Does the job perfectly. If you are looking for something like this, go ahead and buy it. Does the job perfectly….as you can see in my pictures, it holds all four of my medicine balls, and a balance ball fits nicely on top as a bonus.Note: There is a flaw in the instructions. There are some reviews on this item that state that it comes with the incorrect hardware. That is actually not correct; however, it does come with poor instructions that also have an error. See my picture below for corrected instructions. The instructions are a 1 page diagram. Since this is…

Nancy Anne Martin says:

Could not be happier with this purchase! The quality of this is pretty impressive for the price. I put an 8-pound slam ball on the bottom, but it’s wedged in their pretty tight so knowing it would upset both balls if I put anything above it, I left the next spot up empty (which is fine, because I only have four balls). The spot in the middle I put a 10-pound wall ball, the spot above that is a 6-pound medicine ball, and on the very tippy top I put my stability ball, which is big, even for a stability ball, but so light that it’s…

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