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A good power rack allows for a number of exercises. The following will give you the best results.
PowerLine PPR200X Power Rack
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The Power Rack comes standard with both Chin upand Dip bars at no additional cost.
Cap Barbell Deluxe Power Cage
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Powertec Power Rack and Magnum Fitness open top rack:

Cap Barbell Power Rack Exercise Stand

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  • Built with a 2.5 inch by 2.5 inch 12 gauge steel frame, two solid steel safety bars for support, a pull-up station, four support bars for bar height adjustments and a whole host of accessories, this is a power rack that is designed to enhance your workout.

    Eighty-two inches high, 44 inches long and 48 inches wide makes this one of the larger sized power racks you can purchase. This rack is very versatile, offering 17 variable positions for bar supports. There is a solid steel chrome pull-up bar with knurled grips. Straightforward assembly instructions and delivery in two well-packed boxes make assembling and installing this power rack a breeze.

  • This is a power rack that is designed to allow you to work out at home without a spotter, push yourself to success and have the security that you will not get injured.

    At only 72 inches in height, this professional grade power rack offers all of the benefits of its larger competitors while being able to fit inside of homes with lower roofs.

    H92550-POWER, SQUAT & OPEN RACK - BLACK H96031 OPEN RACK GYM
    C-92563ELA-LAT ATTACHMENT  POWER RACKS
    C92563-LA & SLALAT ATTACHMENTS
    FAMILY CENTER

  • C8515W-POWER RACK SYSTEM
    C 8518-WIDE BASE POWER RACK SYSTEM C 8516-WIDE BASE POWER RACK SYSTEM
    C-PRO92580-LA  LAT ATTACHMENT

    Equipped with 1 inch solid steel safety bars and a professional chin bar, this power rack supports more than 1,000 pounds. Its solid construction means that it will not shake or rattle while you are using it. You can do squats, roles, pull-ups or bench presses completely confident that this power rack will support any weight you put on it.

The is proper heavy duty power rack – no messing around here!

Homemade power racks seem like a good potential option. I'm training for amateur Strongman comps and was wondering if you think a homemade wooden rack could support 700lbs? I can't lift that much now, but I imagine I'd at least have 400lbs on the rack at any one point. Does the rack hold up well for, say, a failed lift attempt and crashing? And does the piping work well for safety rods? Or would I have to worry about them not holding up if a heavy lift failed? Definitely tough to beat the price on this rack but I want to know if anyone has tested it with heavy weight crashing down. Of course, I would hope that I wouldn't crash down any heavy weight... but the main point of a power rack, after all, is safety.