A metal, cage-like piece of weight-training equipment. Not only can it be used for a wide range of barbell lifts (squats, bench press, rack pulls, etc.), but it also is compatible with tons of accessories for other exercises and safety. A power rack typically consists of a set of (4) uprights, set of (4) crossmembers (pair for a rack with a "flat foot base"), a top crossmember, and a pull-up bar. It's a stable, heavy-duty option.SHOP NOW
A smaller, more compact version of a power rack. It's still compatible with attachments. You typically work outside of the rack instead of inside of the cage, like with a power rack.SHOP NOW
A steel piece of equipment that can support the bar before and after squats, but with fewer "uprights" so it does not create a cage-like space.SHOP NOW
REP's most basic power rack collection, which is perfect for beginner strength training. The 1000 Series includes the PR-1050 Short Power Rack, PR-1000 Power Rack, and PR-1100 Power Rack.
An elevated collection of racks that features 1" hole spacing within the bench zone on uprights and includes the PR-4000 Power Rack, PR-4100 Folding Squat Rack, and SR-4000 Squat Rack.
The highest-end power rack collection, featuring the PR-5000 Power Rack, Omni Rack, Apollo Half Rack, and Oxylus Yoke.
This refers to the number of uprights (four) on a rack.
This is a rack with six uprights. This includes the typical four uprights necessary for a basic rack build plus an extra pair of uprights and set of (4) crossmembers for weight storage on the back of the rack. It has a bigger footprint than a four-post rack.
Flat foot base
A flat foot base adds stability to your rack and allows you to use heavy-duty attachments on the front of your rack without needing to bolt it down to the floor or add front foot extensions.
This enables two working stations and the opportunity for lifters to work out simultaneously, maximizing efficiency and productivity. It also enhances the versatility by offering a wide range of configurations and exercise options.
Horizontal, heavy-duty beams on a rack that add stability and versatility. Crossmembers add the depth to your rack.
The vertical, steel posts on a rack. The uprights determine the base height of your rack.
LOGO PLATE CROSSMEMBER
A horizontal, steel beam attached to the top rear portion of a power rack, featuring the brand logo. These are both aesthetic and functional, in that they add stability to the rack, but you can also use them for attachments and some exercises.
A piece of metal equipment designed to support your weight while you do pull-ups. On a rack, a pull-up bar is typically the top front portion of a power or half rack. Some racks have multiple options so you can decide which grip and challenge is best for you.