Valor Fitness BD-61 Cable Crossover Station with ...

June 23, 2019 - Comment

The Valor Fitness BD-61 Cable Crossover Station is a heavy-duty machine that provides the opportunity to incorporate strength training with the use of a cable system into a home or light-commercial setting. Constructed of high-quality steel for strength and durability, this unit has 2 dual cable pulley systems and 17 adjustable positions per side that

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The Valor Fitness BD-61 Cable Crossover Station is a heavy-duty machine that provides the opportunity to incorporate strength training with the use of a cable system into a home or light-commercial setting. Constructed of high-quality steel for strength and durability, this unit has 2 dual cable pulley systems and 17 adjustable positions per side that allows a variety of cable exercises. The double bar track provides stability and allows the plate loaded carriage system (compatible with either Olympic or standard plates) to glide smoothly along the tracks, supplying the perfect amount of resistance. Rubber base end caps encase each foot to ensure safety, stability, and floor protection while you have the option to bolt the unit to the ground for even further stability, hardware included. The BD-61 features a high pulley, a low pulley, and a multi-grip pull up station to make this an incredibly versatile machine. Purchase includes a lat bar, row bar, and 2 adjustable single strap handles that attach to the pulley system. 2 plate storage pegs allow for a clean, organized home gym and can also provide further stability of the unit. With a max weight load of 400 lb, the Valor Fitness BD-61 Cable Crossover Station is an essential addition to your home or commercial gym.

Product Features

  • HEAVY DUTY- Constructed of high-quality steel for strength and durability. Rubber base caps encase each foot to ensure safety, stability, and floor protection.
  • VERSATILE- Features a high pulley, low pulley, and a multi-grip pull up station as well as plate storage pegs for an organized home gym. Includes a lat bar, row bar, and 2 single strap handles.
  • ADJUSTABLE- Includes 17 adjustable positions and a pulley system that works with you as you step out for more stretch. 2 single strap handles are adjustable and attach to the pulley system.
  • DOUBLE BAR TRACK- Creates more stability and a smoother movement when using either Olympic or standard plates.
  • ADDITIONAL- Has the option to bolt to the ground (hardware included). Meant for home gyms and light-commercial use. Max weight load 400 lb. Warranty, 3-year frame, 1-year cable. Arrives in 3 separate boxes.

Comments

Anonymous says:

Great product for a great pric I will review this again in 6 months, but so far so good.Pros:The ability to do lots of exercisesAlthough cheaply made, the handgrips that come with machine work well and the adjustability on them is brilliant.Comes with a curl bar and lat barSturdy enoughThe way the machine is developed seems to hit the muscles in the right spotsSmooth action on pulleysIt seems like the customer service is excellent at valor. I was able to speak to the…

Anonymous says:

Does the job. Not a bad value for the money. I’ve been slowly building up a home garage gym over the past year or so. One of the biggest things I was missing since transitioning from the commercial setting was the cable tower. I feel cable work is a crucial aspect of any routine. I was disappointed to find most options were thousands of dollars. Not exactly enticing for someone building a home gym. I found this product and it seemed to be ideal for someone on a budget. I’ve been using it for about 2 months now, so I feel I can give an…

Anonymous says:

I like it. Price to value is good. So far good. It took me about 5 hours to slowly put together. I had read the other reviews so took my time.TIPS: Definitely go to YouTube and get the videos for how to string the cables. The directions with the package will not help you do that and were not intended too. Don’t fully tighten the frame bolts till you get that section together and aligned. Just slide the bolts that hold the pulleys in place for that cable run, don’t put the nut on until you know you got all the pulleys and…

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