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*Pin-pipe safeties and j-cups included
The PR-1100 is a full-featured, versatile power rack with all the features a lifter could want and extensive compatibility for add-on attachments. It brings a 700-pound weight capacity to a compact footprint that can shrink even more in height by inverting the pull-up bar. This rack comes equipped with a multi-grip pull-up arch (traditional, neutral, close, and wide-grip, plus a standard 1.25” bar in front and a 2” bar in back).
Numbered uprights make it easy to adjust barbell height, while plastic-lined J-cups protect the bar. Extended safeties can hold an extra barbell and accommodate exercises like rack pulls. Personalize the rack by choosing its color (metallic black, red, blue, or matte black). The PR-1100 is a solid start to a home gym by hitting all the necessities while remaining affordable.
Working Area44" W 24" D 79" H
Material2x2" 14-Gauge Steel
Extended SafetiesChrome-plated safety bars extend from the rack and can hold an extra barbell (although the J-cup is gentler on the bar).
Multi-Grip Pull-Up BarThe pull-up bar is built for traditional, neutral, close, or wide-grip pull-ups, and it has attachment points for pull-up bands. Affix it inverted to accommodate low ceilings and shorter athletes.
Compatible With AttachmentsAdd attachments: dip, lat and low row, weight storage, landmine, weight horns, cannonball grips, pin-pipe (extended) safeties, and standard J-cups.
Protective J-CupsJ-cups lined with plastic reduce noise and protect the barbells.
Customize ColorsGet it in metallic black, red, blue, or matte black.
Numbered UprightsLaser-engraved numbered uprights make for faster and easier attachment adjustments.
- HOW WE BUILT THE PR-1100 HOME GYM POWER RACK
- PR-1100 HOME GYM POWER RACK ASSEMBLY
- PR-1100 HOME GYM POWER RACK
HOW WE BUILT THE PR-1100 HOME GYM POWER RACK
PR-1100 HOME GYM POWER RACK ASSEMBLY
PR-1100 HOME GYM POWER RACK
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What is the difference between the PR-1100 Home Gym Power Rack and the PR-1000 Home Gym Power Rack?
The racks are different in width, hole spacing, pull-up bars, and weight storage. The PR-1000 is wider, with an extra 2” of working space between the uprights. The PR-1000’s holes are closer together; they’re 2”, compared with the PR-1100’s 3” holes. The PR-1100 has a multi-grip pull-up bar, while the PR-1000 offers two separate and different-sized pull-up bars (1.25” in the front and 2” in the back). And finally, the PR-1000 comes with weight horns on the back base of the rack, while the PR-1100 does not.
Can I add band pegs to my rack?
Due to the weight of the rack (130lbs) and the potential for tipping, banded movements are not recommended and therefore band peg holes are not included.
Can I bolt my PR-1100 Home Gym Power Rack down?
No, you cannot bolt the PR-1100 Home Gym Power Rack down.
Can you attach the TRX System to the PR-1100 Home Gym Power Rack?
You can use the TRX System if you properly weigh down the rack.
Can you do muscle-ups on the PR-1100 Home Gym Power Rack?
It is not recommended to do muscle-ups on the PR-1100 Home Gym Power Rack. If you want to do movements like kipping pull-ups and muscle-ups, opt for the PR-4000 or PR-5000 power rack, as these racks are more stable and built to endure those movements.
What is the number one reason to consider REP's racks versus another brand?
Many attachments are available now and more are in development. A rack’s attachment ecosystem is one of the biggest reasons why you would choose one versus another. When you purchase a power rack, you’re buying into the company’s ability to come out with new attachments that add additional functionality over the life of your power rack. Our engineering team is hard at work developing new attachments every year, and we believe this is one of our biggest differentiators.
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