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What's the difference between the squat rack and a power rack?
The squat rack is more compact and usually comprises two posts. Some can be affixed to a wall. The power rack is also known as a squat cage because of its four posts that surround you.
Due to its reduced size, the squat rack and its variations - the free standing squat stands and the half rack - are a good alternative for those tight on space.
Can I use a squat rack for Bench Press?
Don't let the name fool you! You can easily combine a bench and a squat rack to perform the Bench Press and much more. Use an incline bench to perform a Barbell Shoulder Press for instance. And don't worry, our squat racks are fully adjustable so you can adjust the height and width to your preference.
Tight on space? Discover the Folding Squat Rack in our PWR60 range. Suitable for lifting exercises such as squats, clean pulls, floor press, overhead press and bench work, our range of high quality Squat Racks will suit any home gym or garage gym setup.
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Are you thinking of finally building your own home gym? One of the essential pieces of equipment that you may want to invest in is a squat rack. You can purchase many types of racks, depending on styles and sizes.