Whether you’re training alone in your garage, or hundreds in your gym, the squat rack is the quintessential base from which the rest of a training center is formed.

Check out our selection, peruse our product reviews to see what other customers are saying, and feel free to give us a call with any questions.





Squat racks come in a few variations. The space you have available, as well as your goals, should determine what type of rack you get.

What To Look For in a Squat Rack

A good squat rack can be a big investment to your arsenal. We have three things to look for when you are shopping for a squat rack.

How much space will it take up?

    The first thing you need to think of before purchasing a squat rack of any sort is how to best use the space you have while still making sure your new home gym can provide an adequate training space. Most of our racks can fit in a standard size home. We also have racks that can be mounted on to the wall and fold to stow, as well as a two-piece rack that can go wherever you need, depending on how much floor space you have at the time.

Is it solid enough to hold up to your workouts?

    All of our racks can take a pounding and withstand hundreds of pounds. Take a look at the weight capacities to see if they can hold up to your workout. For those in a commercial setting, like a box or gym, we have commercial-grade racks that have commercial-grade materials to stand up to a single athlete but more so repetitive use by multiple athletes.

Will it allow you to do everything you need? Squat? Bench? Pullups?

    All of our racks can function for your basic needs (squat and bench), which may be all that you need, but if you want to get more out of your rack, we have you covered on both fronts. Don't waste your money getting a rack with features you don't plan on using it. Many of our racks are compatible with 2x3 or 3x3 accessories that you can add on later, like dip bars, land mines, and spotter arms.

Do I need Westside Hole Spacing?

    Most uprights have the hole spacing about 1 to 2 inches apart. If you are wanting a more precise bar height, some racks and rigs have "westside" spacing in the bench press area. This isn't a necessity for most, but if you want to make sure the height of the bar is just right, it's definitely something you want to consider. Our Garage Series - Squat Rack w/ Pullup Bar, Retractable Power Rack, and Power Rack w/ Wall Ball Target each of uprights with westside spacing.

Choosing the Right Rack For You

Most Cost Efficient:

  • Garage Series - Squat Rack w/ Pullup Bar: This rack is our most budget-friendly rack that offers the basic options of a squat rack plus a pullup bar. It is also space-efficient with a 4ft x 4ft footprint. There are weight horns so you can store plates or just to add stability to the rack.
  • Strongman Yoke: This rack definitely gives you more bang for your buck. In addition to functioning as a squat stand, you can also do strongman yoke carries, set the crossbar high and you can use it as a fat bar pullup station, set the crossbar extra low and do zercher carries, and even use it as a push sled.

Limited space:

  • Independent Squat Racks: These squat racks are built in two pieces for ease of storage and movement. You can adjust the height of the racks for bench, squat, etc. We have a commercial grade that is heavy duty and includes caster wheels to easily move around and store.
  • Retractable Squat Racks: Our retractable racks require a little more commitment because they are bolted into your wall, but are the most compact because you are able to be pull out for use and then fold against the wall to store. No floor-space commitment and your car can stay in the garage. Plus, for less than $150 extra you can get a fully loaded folding rack with accessories: wall ball target, dip station, spotter arms, landmine, and barbell storage.

Not too worried about space:

  • Kip Cage: This rack is a beast, built to take your training to the next level. It is built to be sturdy enough for kipping or even just everyday bar work. This rack is a box or cage design to help against tipping forward or back, we also give you the option to bolt it to the floor for more stability or put sandbags or weights. The rack also includes built-in safety bars for enhanced safety and stability for squats and bench press.
  • Commercial Squat Rack w/ Pullup Bar: This rack stands over 8ft tall, the average ceiling height is 8ft. This rack comes with an adjustable pullup bar. It can also be bolted to the floor for more stability, but it is not going anywhere if you don't.
  • Wall Mount Rig: These racks require a bit more commitment because they are mounted onto your wall. They do not fold in/outward because the uprights are bolted to the floor. They are just as easy to install as any other rack.

Squat Rack Selection

SQUAT RACK FEATURES SPECS PRICE
Squat Rack w/ Pullup Bar - Garage Series
  • Pullup Bar
  • J-Cups for Squatting, Bench, etc.
  • Can be bolted to the ground for extra stability.
Dimensions: 85" tall x 50" wide x 47" deep
Weight Capacity: 450lb
Weighs: 80lb
$249
Squat Rack w/ Pullup Bar - Commercial
  • Adjustable Pullup Bar
  • J-Cups for Squatting, Bench, etc.
  • Can be bolted to the ground for extra stability.
Dimensions: 96.5" tall x 46.5" wide x 62.5" deep
Weight Capacity: 660lb
Weighs: 110lb
$429
Commercial Squat Rack
  • J-Cups for Squatting, Bench, etc.
  • J-Cup holes that begin 2' off the ground and run up the height of the rack.
  • Can be bolted to the ground for extra stability.
Dimensions: 48" x 38" x 73.5"
Weight Capacity: 1,000lb
Weighs: 125lb
$325
Strongmand Yoke
  • Adjustable Fat Bar Pullup Bar
  • Strongman Yoke Carry
  • J-Cups for Squatting, Bench, etc.
  • Can be used as a Push Sled
Dimensions: 53" x 52" x 77"
Weight Capacity: 1,000lb
Weighs: 180lb
$549
Power Cage Squat Rack aka Kip Cage
  • Pullup Bar
  • Safety Bars
  • J-Cups for Squatting, Bench, etc.
  • Can be bolted to the ground for extra stability.
Dimensions: 47" x 45" x 91"
Weight Capacity: 1,000lb
Weighs: 205lb
$649
Commercial Independent Squat Stand
  • Built in two pieces for ease of storage and movement.
  • Includes Caster wheels for easy movement
Dimensions: 20" x 22.5" x 72"
Weight Capacity: 1,000lb
Weighs: 48.5lb each (97lb total)
$349
Indy Econ Squat Rack
  • Built in two pieces for ease of storage and movement.
  • Height squat stand adjusts.
  • J-Cups for Squatting, Bench, etc.
  • Spotter Arms included.
Dimensions: 17" x 20" x 60.5"
Weight Capacity: 400lb
Weighs: 18.8lb each (37.6lb total)
$199
Wall-Mounted Retractable Power Rack
  • Folds Inward or Outward to Stow
  • Adjustable Pullup Bar
  • J-Cups for Squatting, Bench, etc.
Dimensions: 25" or 5" When Retracted x 49" x 90.5"
Weight Capacity: 800lb
Weighs: 147lb
$469
Wall-Mounted Retractable Power Rack w/ Accessories
  • Folds Inward or Outward to Stow
  • Adjustable Pullup Bar
  • J-Cups for Squatting, Bench, etc.
  • Also includes: Dip Station, Spotter Arms, Bar Storage, & Landmine.
Dimensions: 22.5" or 5" When Retracted x 47" x 95"
Weight Capacity: 800lb
Weighs: 177lb
$599