The Valor Fitness BG-50 Med Ball Storage Rack is the perfect addition to your home or light-commercial gym to save space and store your favorite wall balls, medicine balls, or slam balls! Constructed of heavy-duty steel, the BG-50 features 5 steel tube brackets that are secured to the frame with a self-locking nut – each bracket can accommodate an exercise ball of up to 50 lb, for a total maximum weight capacity of 250 lb across all 5 brackets. Each bracket is 8” deep and 6” wide to easily fit a wall ball, medicine ball, or slam ball with 13.5” between the next bracket. The U-shaped support base ensures a solid frame while the cross-support beam at the bottom adds further stability to the unit. Measuring 24” x 18” x 65” you can store up to 5 balls in an organized, confined space with the BG-50!
- ORGANIZE YOUR HOME GYM – Discover a new and improved way to organize your home gym. No more clutter and scattered fitness balls. Place your exercise balls on this wall ball rack and feel the satisfaction of a neat, clean home gym. Also helps keep gym and workout balls cleaner with reduced dust and dirt.
- STURDY SUPPORT- Constructed of high quality, welded, steel tubing. Has 5 storage brackets that can hold up to 50 lb each! U-shaped support base ensures a solid frame, with a cross support beam at the bottom of the rack adds further stability to the unit so it won’t wobble.
- PERFECT SPACE SAVER – Remove the clutter and free up your home gym for more space to workout. This is a great solution for a home for your wall balls, medicine balls, and slam balls that take up space on the gym floor. Keeps wall balls, medicine balls, or slam balls in a confined space.
- ADDITIONAL- Stores up to 5 wall balls, medicine balls, or slam balls. Meant for home and light-commercial gym use. Measures 24” x 18” x 65”. Each of the 5 brackets measures 8” long and 6” wide. Each bracket is spaced 13.5” apart from each other. Max weight load of 250 lb.
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