What Is A Power Rack?
RitKeep Home Gym Racks
Get a full body workout with the RitKeep Cage Home Gym RMAX-3750. Effectively work lats using the multifunctional pulley system and lat bar for wide-grip lat pull-downs, behind-the-neck lat pull-downs, and reverse close-grip lat pull-downs.
If you are also looking to build muscle mass in order to sculpt your body, increase your strength, and improve your overall functionality?
Our RitKeep squat cages and home gym power racks are ideal for this purpose. Use the power rack for barbell exercises such as:
- Back squats
- Front squats
- Overhead presses
- Bench presses
These movements activate large chains of muscle and help you improve your form and stability as well. Take a look at our available barbells and weight plates to complete your gym rack.
Whether it’s leg or arm day, RitKeep Power Cages and Half Cage Racks offer numerous options to work everything from your deltoids to your quads.
What Are The Benefits Of A Power Rack?
A power rack allows you to move freely in the space. This requires you to stabilize the weights yourself, which makes your core muscles work more.
What Is A Power Rack Or Squat Cage Used For?
They can also be used for overhead presses, rows, and curls. The RitKeep Fitness power racks are equipped with a pull-up bar, which allows for hanging ab exercises and pull-ups. The pull-up bar can be used to connect suspension training equipment, cables, and bands. RitKeep Fitness also offers a wide range of power rack accessories, including dip bars, machine attachments, and more.
What's The Best Power Rack From Home Gym?
What's the difference between a power rack and a squat stand?
A squat stands is not to be confused with a squat cage. It has only two vertical posts. The squat stand allows the lifter to freely move in and out of its platform. The squat stands are used for many of the same exercises as the power rack. However, the squat stands to have a limited weight capacity, safety guards, and attachments.