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SS2 Squat Stand

SR1 Squat Rack

SR2 Squat Rack

SR3 Squat Rack

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SIGNATURE FEATURES
Commiment to quality

Heavy Duty Build

All our Racks & Rigs feature strong 3"x3", 11-gauge steel construction (Military Grade) and laser cut holes for maximum precision. Our stands come with oversized 5/8"hardware and a bolt together design for maximum portability.

Exterior Design

Our Squat Stands are accentuated with unique anodized aluminum end caps, with the iconic Iron Bull Strength logo precisely engraved. All Squat Stands are complemented further with laser cut stainless steel Iron Bull Strength Logo plates.

Precision Construction

All uprights from the SS2-R Squat Stands have laser-cut pin positions for maximum precision. Featuring a Westside hole pattern of 1” spacing through the bench area and 2” spacing above and below, our Stands will allow the best configuration for your lifts. Uprights further feature holes of 6”spacing to install any racks attachments you wish to add-on.

Competition J-Cups

All our Squat Stands are equipped with Competition J-Cups. Tested at more than 1,000lb, our J-Cups have a depth of 3.5” and lock around with three sides of the uprights. Featuring UHMW cores which offer full protection for your barbells, our sandwich style J-Cups will keep you safe during training and extend the life of your barbells. Compatible with 1” and 2” diameter barbells.

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COMPARE OUR SQUAT RACKS
Find the perfect rack that suites your training at home

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RACKS MODELS SS2 - SQUAT STAND SR1 - SQUAT RACK SR2 - SQUAT RACK SR3 - SQUAT RACK HR1 - HALF RACK
AVAILABLE COLORS
HEIGHT 75" to 87"
(6" increment)
81" to 111"
(6" increment)
81" to 111"
(6" increment)
81" to 111"
(6" increment)
81" to 111"
(6" increment)
WIDTH & DEPTH 48" x 48" 48" x 48" 48" x 48" 48" x 48" 48" x 48"
ANODIZED ALUMINUM CAPS x x x x x
COMPATIBLE WITH RACKS ACCESSORIES x x x x x
PULL UP BAR MODEL - 1.25" Single
Pull Up Bar
Dual Pull Up Bar
(1,25"/2")
Dual Pull Up Bar
(1,25"/2")
Multi Grip
Pull Up Bar
SAFETY SPOTTER ARMS - - x x x
REAR RACK EXTENSION FOR PLATE STORAGE - - - x x
PLATE STORAGE MODEL - - - 12" long
8" long
12" long
8" long
REAR CROSSMEMBERS WITH LOGO PLATE - - - - x
PRICE From 695$ From 795$ From 990$ From 1,505$ From 1,735$

How to make your choice See below advantages for each models

Squat Stand

Advantages

Price PointGiven its basic setup and construction, the squat stand will be the most budget friendly option for those who are building a home gym.


Space SaverIf you’re working with limited space, the squat stand allows you to perform your workout without worrying about scrapping the ceiling or taking up the entire room.


Enough for FundamentalsThe squat stand is perfect for learning the basics of weightlifting. Whether you’re performing a squat, bench press, or shoulder press, the squat stand can handle enough weight while you improve your form and execution.

Disadvantages

Weight LimitSome squat stands have a lower weight limit than your typical squat rack. Make sure that if you buy a squat stand, you choose one with a weight limit of no less than 1,000 pounds.


Spotter RequiredUnlike the power rack, the squat stand doesn’t offer much in the way of assistance should the barbell slip. Keep a spotter nearby.


Squat Racks

Advantages

More Options for ExerciseIf you use Olympic weightlifting exercises like in a CrossFit workout, then you’ll want a squat rack. A power rack, while safer, can limit your range of motion on exercises like the overhead squat.


Extra SupportGiven the wider base and extra bars, the squat rack or half rack provides an extra layer of support. This is important if you are using heavier weight loads.


Budget-FriendlyWhile not usually as inexpensive as a squat stand, a squat rack is still a budget friendly option for home gyms.

Disadvantages

Spotter RequiredJust like the squat stand, the squat rack doesn’t have long brackets to catch a falling barbell. To ensure your safety, you’ll need a spotter during your workouts.


Weight LimitSquat racks should have a higher weight limit than a squat stand but check before you buy. Same rule applies: choose one with a weight limit of no less than 1,000 pounds.


RACK ACCESSORIES
To fully benefit from your rack, customize it with accessories!

Training Bumper Plates

Change Plates - LB

Competition Barbell - Stainless Steel

Competition Barbell - Red Cerakote

Competition Barbell - Black Chrome

1,25 lb Fractional Plates

0,5 lb Fractional Plates Kit

Heavy Duty Flat Bench

Powerlifting Barbell - Gold Zinc

Powerlifting Barbell - Black Zinc

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