Titan Fitness Functional Trainer Review 2023: A Compact and High-Value Functional Trainer
Author: Cooper Mitchell
Our Titan Fitness Functional Trainer review takes an in-depth look at this machine, and whether it’s a good fit for your home gym. Read the full review.
Pros & Cons
What we like ...
Heavy 200-pound stacks (100-pound working weight) with a 2:1 ratio
Low starting weight of 20 pounds (10 lb working weight)
Competitive price point
What needs improvement ...
Would’ve preferred a taller option (but the 82-inch height allows it to fit in home gyms with low ceilings)
The unit can shake when using the top end of the stack, but not enough to be concerned
Only comes with 1-year warranty
The Titan Fitness Functional Trainer is a great value for those looking to add a compact and high-quality functional trainer to their home gym. It provided a very smooth training experience, and the aluminum guide rods ensure it won’t wear down over time.
The pulley system is easily adjustable, and should work for people of all heights. The pulleys also swivel, giving you even more versatility for your workout experience.
Taller people may have issues doing pull-ups on it since it clocks in at 82 inches tall. I would’ve liked to see Titan give a taller option, but this allows the functional trainer to fit in a home gym with lower ceilings.
82” H x 64” W x 44” D
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The Titan Fitness Functional Trainer is much like the functional trainer you’d find in a commercial gym, in that it uses commercial-grade materials, but comes in a home gym footprint.