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Body-Solid GST20 Heavy-Duty Utility Stool


Body Solid
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Body-Solid GST20 Heavy-Duty Utility Stool

The Body-Solid Utility Stool is a rock-solid tool for performing seated exercises such as shoulder presses, triceps pullovers, French curls, concentration curls, wrist curls and more. It works great in a rack for barbell exercises or on its own with dumbbells. The WST20 is designed to align your body to perfect seated posture and reduce stress on your back without restricting movement. Both seat pads are mounted to the heavy-duty 2" x 2" and 2" x 3" mainframe, which is constructed from 12-gauge high-tensile strength steel for maximum strength and features an extra-wide base that ensures lateral stability. When it comes to padding, you can't beat BodySolid's extra thick, double stitched DuraFirmTM upholstery. It's tear resistant and guaranteed to provide a lifetime of comfort and support without ever bottoming out. Whether it is in a home or commercial setting, the WST20 is the best seat in the house!


  • A rock-solid tool ideal for performing
  • both barbell and dumbbell workouts
  • Extra-wide and solid base provides maximum stability
  • DuraFirmâ„¢ upholstery is extra thick, double stitched
  • Heavy-duty 2"x 2" and 2"x 3" 12-gauge steel mainframe
  • Ideal for home and commercial use
  • Assembled Size: 20"H x 46"L x 23"W

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Manufacturer: Body Solid
Warranty | General: In-Home Lifetime Warranty
Assembled Height: 20"
Assembled Width: 23"
Assembled Length: 46"
Assembled Weight: 30 lb

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Awesom Stool and Awesome Service
I"ve only had it for a day or two but what a difference doing and seated shoulder pressing movements. Way less stress on the back.
The main thing I want to say is that I can't recall ever ...

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