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The Power Rack: A Weight-Lifting Essential

  • Dick's Sporting Goods 

    Best Fitness BFPR100 Power Rack

    No matter what you’re training for this power rack will work for you. With 23 adjustment positions you’ll be able to work on a variety of training from abs to calves and glutes. Free weight exercises are also made possible including bench press, shoulder press, squats and more. ($339.99; dickssportinggoods.com)

  • Scheels

    Marcy Pro Power Rack

    This heavy duty rack system is great for the serious athlete or lifter. Thanks to the designated tack area you’ll be able to perform traditional strength training exercises with safety in mind. As a bonus the rack system also comes with chin up and dip capabilities. ($499.99; scheels.com)

  • Target 

    Powerline Power Rack with 300 LB Olympic Grip Weight Set

    Keep your exercise routine simple and effective with this rack from Target. The wide design allows for plenty of side-to-side movement for a variety of exercises while the two heat tempered lift-offs and two saber style safety rods will keep you feeling safe and secure during your routine. ($846; target.com)

  • Walmart

    Yukon Power Rack

    Numbered peg holes provide for easy adjustment making this rack perfect for an athlete of any height while the larger frame gives an unrestricted space for a variety of workouts and makes bench movement easier. Complete with a chin up bar and spotter arms for safety this power rack is an all-around win. ($643.09; walmart.com)

  • Amazon

    Marcy Olympic Strength Cage

    Created with a variety of athletes in mind this power rack features a multi-handle pull up station with both wide and narrow grips. With dip handles that will provide chest and tricep development and high and low pulleys for both upper and lower body exercises this rack will help you strengthen your entire body. ($377.77; amazon.com)

  • Dick's Sporting Goods 

    Steelbody T-Rack

    Begin building your home gym with this versatile power rack. Perfect for multiple users this rack features individual training stations for different types of resistance methods, including a barbell station, ring and suspension station and more. ($799.99; dickssportinggoods.com)

  • Target

    Valor Fitness BD-11 Hard Power Rack

    The trifecta of a wide walk in design, 18 positions and safety rods this is the perfect rack for the hard core power lifter. Support isn’t an issue with two solid safety chrome bars, four bar supports and a solid steel weld plate in the lower rear of the frame. ($499.99; target.com)

  • Walmart 

    Xtreme Monkey Commercial Full Power Rack

    The Xtreme Monkey Commercial Power Rack has your back with a vigilant spotter feature and was intended for serious training. With built-in chin up bars and plenty of storage racks for plates this is a must-have machine. ($2,305.41; walmart.com)

  • Rogue Fitness

    Monster Lite RML-3WC Power Rack

    A step above the rest, this rack mounts to your wall and can be folded either inward or outward to save you some serious space. With tons of great features including a quick-attach pull up bar this power rack was made to fit both your lifestyle and space. ($540; roguefitness.com)

  • Amazon

    Valor Fitness BD-33 Heavy Duty Power Cage

    Hit a new PR with the BD-33 Power Cage. Adjustable safety squat bars and weight bar catch supports will have your mind at ease during your intense workout. Complete with a chin up bar this rack will allow you to work on a variety of workouts. ($479.99 - $724.98; amazon.com)

 

Katelyn Cheek

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