Powerline PPR1000 Power Rack
Powerline by Body-Solid’s PPR1000 Power Rack offers features and reliability on par with our commercial-grade Power Racks at a lower cost. The PPR1000 Power Rack can be expanded and customized with a number of options and attachments to make it ideal for any customer.
Measuring at 83” tall, this Power Rack is shorter than most commercial power racks making it a great choice for basements, garage gyms or home gym applications. Included with the rack are a pair of j-cups liftoffs and pipe & pin safeties allowing users to safely workout alone with peace of mind.
- High-quality power rack to fit in any home gym, garage or basement
- Customize and expand with attachments
- Includes 2 J-cups and 2 pipe & pin safeties
- 2"x2" 11 gauge steel frame
- 2” hole spacing for j-cups and pin and pipe safeties
- Dimensions: 53.5” L x 50.9” W x 83” H
- Weight Capacity: 700 lbs.
- Product Weight: 168lbs.
- Warranty: Powerline 10-Year Home Warranty
About Power Racks
The Power Rack is also known as a Power Cage, Squat Cage or Squat Rack.
Not to be confused with a half cage or half rack. It is a four-pillar rectangular box that functions as a substitute to a human spotter for free weight barbell exercises, seated, standing or lying down that include: Bench Press, Squats, Overhead Press, Rack Lockout, Rack Pull, Barbell Shrug, Inverted row, Barbell Bent over Row, Barbell curls. Beside the four pillars that come predrilled or punched with adjustment holes, the rack will generally include a pair of barbell lift-offs and a pair of safeties. The lift offs are placed at a height appropriate for the exercise with the safeties placed in a predetermined position to let the user escape the weights and bar should they fatigue or fail to complete the movement of the exercise. Most modern power racks come equipped with a chinning/pull-up bar.
Some power cages squat racks and squat stands are capable of being anchored to the floor for extra stability. Many of these are found in multi-use commercial facilities and are mounted per manufacturer specification, usually by a professional installer. Floor mounting can be done at home in your basement or in your garage gym. Bolting a power rack or power cage to the floor gives the user an extra boost of confidence especially while using very heavy weight during standing over head lifts or squats. It also allows user a stable platform for suspension trainers that are commonly used in functional training activities. Though most racks are not anchored to the ground, users can add plate horns and store weights low on the frame to add extra stability and support.
Many modern Power Racks can be expanded with attachments like a lat station with high low pulley, weight storage pegs, plyo platforms, strength band pegs, t-bar row, landmine attachments, dip attachments, bar holder, etc. to create your personal garage gym, workout room or box to do the work out of the day, cross train or do functional workouts or just straight up power lift.
The great news is power racks, squat racks and cages are versatile, adaptable, expandable, affordable, durable, safe and are a great start to any commercial gym, box, home gym, garage gym with any budget.
Weight: 168 lbs