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Latest Strength Equipment Reviews from our Canadian Customers

  1. Excellent Product – Review by Andrew

    Overall Rating

    I purchased this rack because of the limited ceiling height in my basement. So far I’m extremely pleased with this product. It’s solid, looks great, fully customizable (I’ve started adding the attachments) and you can’t beat the price.




    (Posted on 2018-11-10)


  2. Happy Monkey – Review by Dale

    Overall Rating

    OK, I’d like to start this review with giving a 5 star rating to the Treadmillfactory staff and customer service personnel. I had a minor problem with the assembly and The Treadmillfactory responded immediately to my email regarding the bench and helped me fix the problem quickly. Now for the bench. Its a really good bench. Every part of the bench is made of quality material and the manufacturers build is excellent. Exceptional support from thick padded seat and backrest. A simple thing like the having the angle degrees on the frame take the guesswork out getting the right angle for incline pressing and shoulder pressing. Its easy to move with the wheels. The leg attachment I purchased functions as expected. Overall the bench performance is as expected. I would recommend this bench. It looks and performs like a commercial bench. Great value. And, never hesitate to contact The Treadmillfactory for assistance with your DIY assembly.
    (Posted on 2018-10-31)


  3. Pros and Cons – Review by Dale

    Overall Rating

    I like to start by saying. The Extreme Monkey is a solid well made bench. However it has positive and negative design features. Firstly I would characterize this design as primarily an incline decline bench. When the bench is in 0 degree it’s is slightly declined not flat level.The website picture looks level but it’s not. The gap between the seat and back rest when at 0 is irritating and uncomfortable. So I used a Monkey pad to fill the gap and that solved the uncomfortable gap problem. I used a 5/8 socket to lift the back rest to flat level position. These hacks make the bench comfortable for doing flat bench press. The interesting thing I noticed when benching in 0 degree slightly declined it felt like I had more power and could do more reps then when adjusted to flat position? Something to think about. The padding is thick and gives good back support. It’s great for all incline lifting. The leg attachment is decent well made like the bench. It’s easy to attach and remove from bench. It’s a big solid bench and the wheels make it easy to move around effortlessly. To summarize I’d recommend this bench even with my perceived negatives which may not be negative to someone else.
    (Posted on 2018-10-31)


  4. Best calf block – Review by Ralf

    Overall Rating

    This is my second order, the calf block is of high quality and great for growing calves. I've been using this block for 2 months, and every time I can feel the pain and the stretch in my calves. It makes a big difference, it's not wobbly and the black tape is fixed well to the block preventing any slip during the exercise. In order to balance myself during the exercise I put the block under a door pull up bar or by catching a bar placed on a rack. To increase resistence I am using a weighted dip belt or doing the exercise with one leg. Overall it's a great product at a good price.
    (Posted on 2018-10-19)


  5. Good quality power rack for a reasonable price – Review by Angela

    Overall Rating

    I have been using my power rack for approximately 2 months now, and have had zero issues or complaints. It is sturdy and has been no issue for the weights I use. I like the feature for pull ups as well.
    (Posted on 2018-10-18)


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