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         I'm ACE certified trainer and USPTA certified tennis professional Robert Runyan.  I'm the inventor of the PTbench.  The bench idea was concieved right here in my small training studio out of complete necessity.  I felt there were poor/unsafe anchoring options for the resistance band training I wanted to do.  Also, there seemed to be very little strength training equipment choices for tennis and golf athletes.   I also needed a machine that was small and efficient since I often do group training in my limited space (the PTbench can handle 4-6 at once).  Finally, I needed a machine that moved easy.  I wanted to be able to move the PTbench out of the way when I wanted space or actually roll it out to the tennis court with athletes (my studio is at a tennis club).   

     My clients and I both benefit from the PTbench.  I get to have more fun creating workouts and they recieve a totally unique experience! 

      I have a reputable manufacturer right here in the USA that has been building commercial grade machines for 25+ years - the craftsmanship shows!  The bench is sturdy and reassuring. 

     After using the PTbench for two years and trying it in various settings (PT clinics/other gyms), we've decided to bring it and our accessories to the marketplace.  Our target market is professionals first, but we love it when exercise enthusiasts adopt the PTbench way of training for themselves!  Contact us by phone to place an order to start building your PTbench today!  Or, order the mobile training packages and individual products right here on the site!  Large gyms and clinics (25+ locations) contact us if you're interested in trying a free demo machine for a two month period! 

 

INQUIRE: (309)838-2566    ptbench@gmail.com

To try products or buy in person, visit our showroom at 618 SE 10th St. Deerfield Beach, FL.  33441.  Contact us first by booking online or dropping us a line at: 

309-838-2566  or ptbench@gmail.com.   

Returns: 

All returns must be postmarked within thirty days of purchase date.  All return items must be in new and unused condition, with all original tags and labels attached.  To return an item, please email customer service at PTbench@gmail.com to obtain an RMA number.  After receiving the number, place the item securely in its original packaging and include your proof of purchase.  Then mail your return to:  PTbench LLC.  618 SE 10th St.  Deerfield Beach, Florida 33441. 

Warranties:

Warranties For PTbench & Wall Systems:

PTbench Frame/Wall Systems - 5 year limited warranty.*

Structural welds (PTbench/Wall Systems) - 5 year limited warranty.*

PTbench upholstery - 90 day warranty.

All accessories for the PTbench or Wall Systems - 1 year warranty (bands, belts, handles, ankle straps, 3-ring harnesses, & bars).

*Warranty may be voided for any product which has been damaged due to negligent or faulty use, alteration, maintenance, storage, or handling by the user.  Any specific issues regarding a PTbench product with which the customer is not satisfied will be reviewed on a case by case basis.

Safety:

Make sure all wall systems and storage racks are securely mounted to studs.

Always make sure the PTbench pins are in entirely.

Always make sure the PTbench tightening screw is secure.

Be sure the carabiner clips are completely closed and not kinked or turned around inside the connection hole or wall ring.  If the carabiner is turned around and not in line with the band, it's possible it can disconnnect!  Keep slack out of the bands so there is always some tension where the carabiner and connector ring meet (on the wall units). 

 

Inspect the PTbench, wall systems, and all accessories for excessive wear before every workout.

Do not overly extend bands.  Stop the movement before you hit the end, it extends their life.   Doing this also takes pressure off of the wall systems or PTbench. 

Bands can break and are more likely to as they age, so it's not a bad idea to replace them once a year.  If a band should break, the sleeve over it will keep you safe from being snapped, but you could still lose balance if you don't maintain an athletic stance so always maintain a strong stance! 

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