Floor-Mounted Power Cage
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Feeling Kong strong in this beast or attacking it like a Great White going after a shark cage won't be anything strange once you've lifted in it once.
Either way, our power cage will give your workouts a serious boost. Not only will it make you feel safe and secure, but you're going to get more bang for your buck too, and we're not talking pre-workout drinks.
Made Austin buff and Texas tough, this towering temple to gains will have you thinking you're Zeus, hurling barbells like lightning bolts. You're going to want to step in between the columns and take your place at the throne every day because it feels godly and you look the part too.
Here's how our cage will be your Mt. Olympus.
With a wide footprint, this rugged and sturdy power cage works great for functional fitness, weightlifting, powerlifting and plenty more. Meanwhile, the ample width offers spacious room for bar work, pullups and chin-ups.
Once the nuts are tight, light up those Zeus bolts with Westside spacing in the bench press zone as you set a new PR and become as big of a myth, as you are a man.
Before you completely write this rack off because you may be renting or you just want the freedom to move your rack, stick with us. We've had a few of you ask:
Well, yes and no. Here's why and a nifty workaround.
Because two words "Power" "Tools" But not only that, if you're lifting some serious weight you don't want to worry about the stability of your rack (this rack has a weight capacity of 1,000lbs). Over prolonged un-racking and re-racking, the rack can shift but having it bolted down or mounted will reduce that issue.
It will also give you increased safety, stability, and peace of mind.
We found this YouTube video for a rack that isn't ours but the concept is there.
This gentleman has created a pretty decent weightlifting platform that he has then bolted his rack to. This solution would work well for those that are renters and even homeowners. This helps with the shifting and stability, AND you create a pretty sweet homemade platform.
Requires a 3/8" or 5/16" concrete anchor to bolt the cages down to the floor.
For the 3/8" concrete anchor, you will need a 5/16" drill bit to make a pilot hole for the concrete screw. If you use sleeve anchors, then it's the opposite, you will need to go slightly larger and drill a hole slightly deeper to be able to drop in the sleeve.