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Pit Shark

Availability: Ships in 4-6 Weeks. Available only in the US only. Pick-up not available.
Pit Shark Short Frame
Pit Shark Tall Frame
Pit Shark Tall Frame Fat Bar

The PIT SHARK™ is an incredible Strength and Mass builder used to train “Old School” Movements safely and efficiently.

It's Commercial Grade and is ideal for large groups or an entire squad of Athletes.  Everything old is new again when it comes to the advanced design of the PIT SHARK™.  Fully adjustable handles allow excercises to be done off the floor, on the foot pads, or on an optional Close Stance platform.  Use with Body-Weight or hook up to the PIT SHARK™ for as heavy as you like Weight-Loaded movements with the fast, easy Speedhook Belt (included). The PIT SHARK™ removes the time-wasting Set-Up required and improves the safety of doing Body-Weight and Weight-Loaded Squats, Chins, Dips, and Calves.

Available in two frame sizes: Short and Tall.  The tall version is available with two different handles sizes: Standard 1.5" and Fat 2" diameter handles.

Each Pit Shark is made to order. Ships in 4-6 Weeks. Available only in the US only. Pick-up not available.

These are the standard options for each unit:

Pit Shark Features


  • Short Frame: 60 (h) X 62 (w) X 66" (l)
  • Tall Frame: 94 (h) X 62 (w) X 66" (l)

Gear Specs

Brand BeachSide Fitness
Made In USA Yes
Color Black
Length 66"
Width 62"
Height 60" or 94"
Pit Shark is rated 4.8 out of 5 by 4.
Rated 5 out of 5 by from This physician knows this is the BEST! For over 25 years I’ve had the privilege of being professionally trained and have been bodybuilding and powerlifting for most of that time as well. Now in my mid-50s and has a spinal pain physician specialist myself, I have had my share of disc and spinal related low back problems. Then friends who are experts at the Virginia High performance Center introduced me to this machine. Bottom line is that this machine safely and effectively trains every muscle group that the traditional squat, dead lift does. If do you have any problems with spinal loading induced back pain, knee pain, hip pain obviously see your doctor but I have personally found at this machine has been the best alternative for squatting and dead lifting if you either have Low back, knee, hip issues or want to avoid them. FYI, I have to officially state that this post does not represent any specific medical advice whatsoever. Consult your own physician for any issues regarding your selves. It sucks that I have to say that in these days but I do.
Date published: 2020-05-16
Rated 4 out of 5 by from looks well consider some.more.stronger than i thought but ship delayed some time
Date published: 2019-02-14
Rated 5 out of 5 by from Trainers perspective! As a private trainer on my island it’s been practicing for 25 years I know a great piece of equipment when I use one. I purchased the picture roughly 2 weeks ago and handed down it’s one of the best pieces of equipment that I’ve purchased in my 25 years in the business. Initially I purchased the picture to perform belt squats for myself and my clientele. So far I find that the belt pinches a little bit in the hip flexor but as I can see so far that’s the only thing that limits this machine. That being said the unit has a lot of versatility when it comes to doing a lat, Upper back and trap training. Machine is beautiful and extremely well constructed. Those that have the space it’s a wise investment.
Date published: 2017-10-17
Rated 5 out of 5 by from Amazing Piece of Equipment I'm a powerlifter, but more importantly, I have a pretty messed up back. I looked a several types of belt squats and chose the PitShark for two reasons: It's the smallest footprint (we're in a garage gym) and the safety can be utilized by the lifter. Amazing piece of equipment that has really helped with the back issues. It forces a tremendous load onto the quads! The down sides: It is one of the most expensive belt squats on the market, and due to the design and the leverage of the machine it requires A LOT of weight. I had a max back squat of 405 and I routinely do sets of 5 with 5-700lbs on the pitshark.
Date published: 2015-11-08
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