ETHOS Functional Training Rack

ETHOS Functional Training Rack is rated 3.9 out of 5 by 22.
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ETHOS Functional Training Rack
ETHOS Functional Training Rack
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Product Information:

Ideal for suspended and bodyweight training, the ETHOS® FTR offers versatility and durability to accommodate the most intense workouts.

Functional Training Rack

Heavy-duty steel rack for suspended and bodyweight training and barbell work
J-Hooks and Bar Catches offer a stable start and finish to every movement and protect equipment from damage
Olympic plate horns for safe and organized Olympic plate storage

Versatile Workouts

Straight bar pull up attachment provides narrow and wide overhand/false grip capability
Pull-up function has multiple handle positions for a variety of grips and grip widths
Dip function allows for greater focus on triceps, chest and shoulders
Push-up trainer provides greater depth and range of motion for push-up training
Heavy bag spinner amplifies cardio and heavy bag training

Quality Construction

3’’ x 3’’ x 11 gauge heavy-duty steel frame
Electro-stat powder coated frame
1/2’’ galvanized hardware and fasteners
ETHOS gym units and benches have been tested to a commercial standard

Comes Standard With

Straight Bar Pull Up Attachment
Modular PDP Attachment
CST - 2 heavy duty polyester web straps and 4 carabiners for proper height adjustment
J-Hook 2 pack
Bar Catch 2 pack
Heavy Bag Spinner
Olympic Plate Horns

Additional Details

Dimensions: 50’’ L x 64’’ W x 79.5-91’’ H
Weight: 185.5lbs.
J-Hook Dimensions: 5.75’’ x 8.25’’ x 3’’ D
Olympic Plate Horn Dimensions: 7.75’’ L

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  • Brand: ETHOS
  • Country of Origin: Imported
  • Style: ETHE360


Rated 5 out of 5 by from A rack that does it all at a great price. Picked up this rack and couldn’t be happier. Installation says 2 people but I did it myself in about 2 hours. This thing handles anything and everything out of the box... squat, bench, dips, pull ups, shoulder press, curls. Was looking at rogue and titan for a 3x3 11ga steel power rack when I stumbled upon this in store, pulled the trigger and was amazed at all the accessories they included. The powercoat isn’t as fancy as rogues, there were a few scrapes and scratches, but for $350 + coupon code this rack is everything I could want.
Date published: 2019-01-12
Rated 5 out of 5 by from Money Well Spent Saw this as the guy as putting it together at the mall. Instantly bought it. It has everything within. Squat Rack, Pull-Up bar, TRX, Dip station and a place for punching bag. I will enjoy this for years to come.
Date published: 2017-03-17
Rated 5 out of 5 by from More than I expected Purchased a month ago, display in store did not have straps on it found out when I got it home good surprise. Construction seems sturdy. Plate storage very small but not why I bought it anyhow. Overall you are not gonna find a better rack for the price.
Date published: 2017-04-04
Rated 4 out of 5 by from Overall a solid rack for the money. Me: I'm not even an amateur competitive lifter. I'm not beasting 500+lbs on any lifts, nor do I intend to. I just do strength training to supplement my martial arts training and overall fitness level. Pros: Solid construction. A lot of bonus features come with it. Has some plate storage. Nice, solid plastic on the spotter arms and j cups. Modular bar with handles can be used in various positions for dips, pull ups, and if you're crafty probably some row type things while it's locked into the bottom of the frame. The handles that attach to the modular bar are nice and have a light knurling. There is some play in modular bar, but it still feels very sturdy. Attachment for a heavy bag. It comes with TRX style straps that seem to be of good make and fairly heavy duty carabiners. Works well for low ceilings. Haven't tested it fully extended vertically, but would definitely have a bit more wobble. Something to test out for yourself in store, because I did not knowing I had limited space. Cons: Plate storage is minimal. Spotter arms are a touch short. One of the panels on the end of one of the spotter arms I got was slightly bent inward. Not a huge problem for me, and isn't compromising the functionality of them, but not so great. Some scratches on the finish upon arrival. If you're a stickler for your coating to look perfect, then don't use weights on them in the 1st place. While the attachment for a heavy bag is nice, I wouldn't really want to work on one within the rack at all given that you'd not be able to work -around- the bag. If you're strapped for space however, or just doing stationary bag work, it'd do the job. Also, if you use a tall muay thai style heavy bag, I have the feeling this thing would wobble all over the place unless you bolted it down. As far as I can tell, my set came 2 washers short, which is not a huge deal and in the end I don't think will play much into the structural integrity of the rack. I can always go to the hardware store to get a couple more. Just a pain. Speaking of which; they don't tell you it's best to have 2 wrenches to properly do the job. It's pretty much impossible to tighten the nuts with 1 wrench and holding the other side with your hand. I plan on picking up a half decent socket set anyways to fill that hole in my home tools and finish the job of tightening everything down. THE HOLES! Why so few and far apart? I'm lucky to where my build/leverages are allowing me to use this rack easily. I can clearly see where tons of other people would have to squat either too low or too high to clear the bar. I'm holding verdict on the bench-ability of this thing. One of the supports for the modular bar seems to be welded on at a slight angle. One more noticeable then the other. Definitely a reason to check it out in person and put it through the paces. Just some details: The vertical arms are made so they have a slight rear tilt to them. Clearly must've been a leverage choice for if you choose to extend the verts. It just caught me off guard as I expected it to be perfectly vertical. Even the store employee assumed whoever assembled it did so incorrectly and so it was askew, but that was not the case. I muscled this thing together solo, but they definitely recommend (and so do I for that matter! It kind of sucked) having a friend help out. At one point you have to reach under the rear bottom support joints to tighten one bolt into the diagonal supports, and it's just a lot of weight to hold up while trying to make that happen. I don't personally like TRX straps all that much, so I slapped on my wooden rings which is easy to do. Just remove that modular bar when using anything from the top bar. Verdict: Why still 4 stars? A lot of those cons mean less to me then they may mean to you. Nothing seems to compromise the safety of the rack. I was considering the Fitness Pro HR600 Half Rack for a while now. It was on sale at the store for 329, but this one was only $20 more. While the half rack was tempting, felt sturdy, had WAY more holes (numbered holes at that!), more plate holds; it just didn't have the same feel of quality. The finish was a bit more shiny and plastic-y, and the bars had a glossy finish instead of powder coated. The plastic on the j-cups and spotter arms is much flimsier plastic that'll definitely wear and tear quickly. So that's why I paid the extra $20 and took this thing home with me. Very happy with this purchase. That being said, if you live somewhere you can get Rogue gear without paying the insane shipping you pay for stuff like this, get that instead without hesitation. If you're looking for one step up from a regular squat rack that's still fairly economical, and decent value for your dollar, this is good choice.
Date published: 2018-05-04
Rated 1 out of 5 by from SERIOUSLY STAY AWAY Got this home and was very optimistic. The j hook holes are 6 INCHES apart. Unless you are the perfect height with arms the perfect length this rack WILL NOT work for you. Of course Dicks didn't have any barbells out so I couldn't test it out at the store. So I get home put it together and boom one hole is too short and the other is too tall for BOTH my bench press and my squat. Why would they make a rack with holes that far apart? Honestly just stay away. If I didn't rush to throw the boxes away I would return this piece of trash.
Date published: 2018-03-18
Rated 5 out of 5 by from Excellent and versatile Have been using this rack for just over two weeks and I love it. It does everything I need - barbell work (bench, squats), pull ups with multiple grips, dips, sturdy heavy bag mount, and more. The included Ethos-brand TRX straps make this an overwhelming value. I had never included TRX in my workouts before, so since the straps were free I have been using them during every workout and they add a ton of value and versatility to this package. I built this rack by myself and it took about 90 minutes. I initially rated this at 4 stars instead of 5 because of the initial hassle I experienced when I bought this (online, picked up in store)... When I got the two boxes home, I opened them up and found NO INSTRUCTION MANUAL (I'm the type of person that needs one). I called DSG customer service that night and the guy told me sorry, we don't have that manual online and there was nothing he could do, click. Hmm. Called DSG again in the morning and spoke to a wonderfully helpful lady who told me that they really DO NOT have a copy of this manual anywhere in their database. She was apologetic and worked hard to call several local stores. She found ONE STORE that had an extra manual for the Ethos FTR - which was a 40 minute drive away. I drove to that store immediately and the manage had the manual waiting for me. Well done from a customer service standpoint but a HUGE hassle to have to deal with. After writing this, I re-did the rating back to 5 stars because I like the rack that much. Just wanted to make sure I included my full experience in this review. For versatility and value, I don't think this rack can be matched (for my needs).
Date published: 2017-11-19
Rated 4 out of 5 by from Great Rack The only thing wrong with the rack is that the adjustment holes are way too far apart so your starting position for squats or bench are either too low or too high. The other racks have closer together holes.
Date published: 2017-08-15
Rated 5 out of 5 by from Solid piece of equipment Needed a heavy duty training rack for a small space that could support my 6’6” 275 lbs frame when suspended. Couldn’t have asked for a better solution at This price point. Didn’t have any of the issues some of the others have mentioned. I am always worried about durability because of my size - not with this rig. Easy to setup. Solid construction.
Date published: 2018-03-15
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