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I was concerned when I read a few reviews talking about how difficult it is to assemble this stand. Having now completed the assembly, let me just say that this is one of the simplest kits to assemble that I've ever seen (I'm comparing to things like Ikea furniture and whatnot). Just follow the instructions (e.g., do not tighten the bolts fully until you have everything together).
Seriously, this thing is dead simple to put together. The bolts are a little tight, but should be a piece of cake for someone who uses the 1090 dumbbells (I have the 552s). All you need is the included Allen wrench and a sturdy, ratcheting socket wrench.
This is a great, sturdy stand. Exactly what I was looking for.
I used to have chronic, excessive gas with no clear reason--not even repeated visits to the GI doctors yielded any clues. They checked for H. pylori, uclers and other problems, but none surfaced. One doctor suggested at the end of a series of exasperating doctor visits that perhaps my intestinal flora was out of balance, and that I should try using align for a couple of months. I went out to the local Target and bought some, and 2 months later, I was different person--many of my previous issues with my GI system were now either non-existent or so minor that I forgot about them. I didn't see a need to continue probiotic therapy after those 2 months, and thankfully, the results were persistent. Now I recommend align to family and friends with GI issues, and many report positive results, too. Personally, I don't take align anymore, except after periods of doctor-prescribed antibiotic therapy for strep throat, sinusitis, etc. when my stomach/gut gets queasy because of the antibiotics--even then, 2-3 weeks of align 1 week after the antibiotic therapy stops usually gets my gut health back to where I want it to be.