We believe everyone should have their dream gym, which is why we've designed affordable home gym packages. Whether you're starting your fitness journey or are a seasoned athlete, you will find a package that suits your needs. If not, we've made these packages completely customizable; you can swap plates, benches, or bars.
Specifications of set:
21.5 LS Rack: This rack is great for those who have limited space but don't want to compromise quality. This rack is a 2x3 and comes with 5/8" hardware. It's forged from heavy 11 gauge steel meaning you can perform your most vigorous workout with it. For those wanting a bigger rack, we also offer a 41.5 wall-mounted rack.
FURY FLAT BENCH
Looking for a heavy-duty bench that supports any athlete and gives you a great foundation to tone and strengthen? Look no further; come and see the Bolt difference.
The Fury flat bench is similar to the Hornet flat bench but has notable upgrades. The Fury is a reliable bench that brings both durability and comfort to any workout. The bench is built from heavy-duty 11 gauge steel, while the seat is made from foam padding. The Fury offers wheels and a handle for easy mobility. From burning fat to adding lean muscle, you can incorporate the Fury into weighted exercises with your other Bolt equipment.
160 LB Decagon Set: Plates are a necessity in any gym. These plates are made from hardy cast iron and coated with thick rubber to help protect the plates from damage. They have 2" holes meaning they will fit onto any Olympic barbell. We've also included three handles on the plates for easy lifting.
Bolt's Olympic barbell goes back to the basics without compromising quality. The bar has a 500-pound weight capacity, which makes it a great residential bar. This bar is ideal for squats, and lifting, however, for those seeking a more vigorous workout, we recommend our Bright Zinc Barbell.
Specifications of product:
Plastic collars: Collars bring security to lifting weights, they reduce the risk of injury by keeping your plates securely on your bar. Our collars have a snapping mechanism so wait till you hear the snap, then get to lifting.