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Walk into any gym in America, and there is an excellent chance that you will see a power rack. A power rack, or squat cage as it is also known, is one of the best ways to get the most out of your workouts and safely handle heavier weights. Power racks are not just meant for the commercial gym setting. If you are a home gym owner and looking for your next home gym staple, look no further than the best power racks on the market, the Titan Fitness Power Racks.

What is a power rack?

A power rack is also called a squat cage or power cage due to its steel, cage-like construction. They are built with four vertical posts that surround the lifter during their lifts. A power rack is used primarily for barbell exercises, such as squatting, benching, and other heavy barbell lifts. They can also be used for pull-ups, band work, suspension training, and more.

What are the benefits of a power rack?

An Olympic power rack is an essential item for almost all strength training regimens. It’s a simple but sturdy cage that provides the lifter with safety spotter arms on either side. It allows you to load heavier weights and safely work out without risking injury. While it's recommended that you work out with a human spotter, the safety spotter arms provide an extra level of protection when attempting max weight lifts for squats and other exercises.

Also, unlike weightlifting machines, a power rack lets you move freely within the space, and this requires you to stabilize the weight yourself, making your core muscles work harder.

What is a power rack or squat cage used for?

As the name implies, squat cages are crucial for getting the most out of your squats. However, squats are not the only use. Power racks are a popular choice for various exercises, providing you with a full-body workout. Other uses included bench presses, rack pulls, overhead presses, rows, curls, and extensions. The Titan Fitness power racks come equipped with a pull bar that allows pull-ups and hanging ab exercises. You can also use the pull-up bar for connecting your suspension training equipment or cables and bands. Finally, Titan Fitness offers a variety of power rack accessories that include dip bars, machine attachments, and much more.

What’s the best power rack?

The best power rack is the one that fits your needs and space. Power racks come in a variety of sizes ranging anywhere from 71-in to 100-in tall. They are also offered in space-saving sizes that allow you to fold into the wall when they are not in use. Another pro to power racks is that there are numerous attachments and accessories that can turn your squat rack into the perfect piece of fitness equipment.

What’s the difference between a power rack and a squat stand?

The power rack is considered the safest option for performing heavy lifts such as squats and bench presses. The squat stand is a basic setup but great when you only have limited space available. Not to be confused with a squat cage, a squat stand is constructed with only two vertical steel posts; the squat stand allows the lifter to move freely in and out of the platform. The squat stand assists with many of the same lifts as the power rack; the squat stand is limited with weight capacity, safety guards, and attachments.