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Squat Stands
From 575.00$

SHOP MODELS

Squat Racks
From 795.00$

SHOP MODELS

Power Racks
From 1,295.00$

SHOP MODELS

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Signature Features

Commitment 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.

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.

Squat Stand vs. Squat Rack vs. Power Rack

Which Should You Choose?

It all comes down to three major factors: Budget, space and goals.

Have you been lifting for a while or you’re new to weightlifting? If you’re new to weightlifting with a limited budget and minimal space in your home, we would recommend a squat stand.

Have you been lifting for a while but you have a bit more cash to spend on a quality home gym? We would say go with an upgradable squat stand or a squat rack.

Are you a serious lifter who is more interested in a life-long investment than saving a few bucks? Go with a power rack.

See advantages and disadvantages for each models to help you make your choice

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Our Racks Accessories

Accessories that fit with everything

Frequently Asked Questions

What is a Dumbbell?
A dumbbell is a piece of fitness equipment meant to create weight. It has different weights in order to create different resistance to apply to your muscles. It can be used individually or in pairs, with one dumbbell designed to be held in each hand.
Where Can I Buy Dumbbells Online?
You can purchase dumbbells online at ironbullstrength. We carry different types of dumbbells offered at competitive prices.
How to Make Dumbbells?
Different types of dumbbells exist on the market. We only offer top quality dumbbells that are manufactured from solid steel with high precision machinery to offer the best dumbbells on the market.
How Much do Dumbbells Cost?
Dumbbells and all types of weight plates are sold by the pound. Prices of dumbbells will vary between $1.50 up to $15 per lb, all depending on the material, quality, origin and size of the dumbbell. A heavier dumbbell (150lb) will be much cheaper by the pound than a 5lb dumbbell. A stainless steel CNC machined dumbbell will be more expensive than a cheaper rubber hex dumbbell.
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Why are Dumbbells so Expensive?
The price of dumbbells depend on the cost of raw material and the method of manufacturing. Cast iron dumbbells will be much cheaper than stainless steel CNC machined dumbbells. However, the latter will be top quality with absolutely no defects compared to casted dumbbells. Further, the price of raw material greatly impact the price of dumbbells. We are currently living a mini steel crisis, with price of steel climbing week by week. A pound of rolled steel currently sells for $1.00 to $1.50, explaining the high prices of dumbbells.


How much does a Dumbbell Bar Weigh?
Dumbbells have different weights. Most dumbbells for home weigh between 1lb and 5lb. Commercial grade dumbbells will start at 5lb all the way up to 200lb.


What Size/Weight Dumbbells Should I Use?
Dumbbells have different weights by increments of 5lb so they can be used for people of all strength and for a variety of exercises. You will be much stronger on a dumbbell squat than on a dumbbell curl. This means you can lift heavier dumbbells on the first movement as the latter.


Why are Dumbbells called Dumbbells?
The term "dumbbell" or "dumb bell" has been first mentioned by the poet Joseph Addison in 1711. It was designated as an apparatus similar to that used to ring a church bell, but without the bell, so noiseless or ‘dumb’.

See What our 250,000+ Costumers are Saying

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Amazing! Just as described

Great squat rack! Great for low ceilings. Love the double at feature and the quality of the craftsmanship. Would highly recommend. Great price point for what it is.

Jason H.
Posted 12 Dec 2020

Review

Rock Solid

I am so glad I was able to find a squat rack during this pandemic. This rack is rock solid. I ordered the 81" height and it is perfect for the garage space... Great product.

Daniel S.
Posted 11 Dec 2020

Review

Excellent company.

I ordered this rack, it was shipped the next day. It arrived in less than a week. This is excellent service. The rack was perfect on arrival. It didn't even have a scratch on it.

Brad T.
Posted 19 Feb 2021

Racks Accessories

To fully benefit from your rack, customize it with accessories

  • Training Bumper Plates

    From 75.00$

  • Change Plates - LB

    From 40.00$

  • Powerlifting Barbell

    395.00$

  • Heavy Duty Flat Bench

    365.00$