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Torque Fitness Creates Four New CrossFit Racks


TF NPS image 2webTorque Fitness has expanded its X-Series lineup with four new X-Racks designed specifically for use in health clubs. The needs of club operators wishing to introduce CrossFit-style, small group training into their clubs are different than the needs of traditional CrossFit Box Affiliates. And Torque continues to address those needs.

The new wall-mounted Storage X-Rack fits into a small 4’ x 14’ footprint and provides two Olympic training stations, “Navy Seal” style ergonomic pull-up bars, TRX training for up to six, two ball targets, two ground rotational “landmine” training stations and storage for weight plates, dumbbells, kettlebells and other accessories. This system allows any facility to create an area specifically for small group training.

The new free-standing rack, while fitting in the same footprint, but away from the wall, adds two more Olympic training stations, allowing four to train at one time, as well as a dip station and a plyo-step to add to the training mix. The new racks also feature urethane foot guards that keep the area clean by preventing dust and chalk from building up. No other piece of equipment provides so much versatility in so little space.

Product Features: 

Unlike most “garage racks” on the market today, Torque Fitness X-Racks are built to the standards of premium health club equipment.

With textured paint, U.H.M.W. wear guards that cover the J-Hooks protecting the finish of the 3” x 3” uprights and Olympic bars, the X-Racks already had no equal. Now, new features further distance them from the competition.

If your storage needs for kettlebells, accessories and dumbbells have already been met, Torque also offers the same packages in both a free standing and a wall mounted 14’ Monkey Bar Rack.

If space allows, any of these racks can be upgraded to add more Olympic training stations, storage and attachments or customized for rings, climbing ropes, heavy bags and upcoming stations that are in the works.

Rachel Zabonick-Chonko

Rachel Zabonick-Chonko is the editor-in-chief of Club Solutions Magazine. She can be reached at rachel@peakemedia.com.

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