Body-Solid ProClub Multi Power Rack SMR1000
The SMR1000 commercial multi rack system is the perfect machine for providing all size users a safe and comfortable platform to maximize squats and pressing motions. ¼” solid steel gun rack style liftoffs provide multiple positions for a comfortable starting position. Rock solid adjustable safeties allow users to workout safely and maximize their load. The 2”x3” 11-gauge steel frame holds up in any heavy use environment. The back frame is extended to allow spotters easy access. Integrated weight storage keeps the plates right where you need them. The SMR1000 has integrated pegs for strength bands for extreme plyometric training. The integrated chinning bar allows users to incorporate pull ups, chin ups, inversion, ab slings and other body weight resistance systems for amazing versatility. The SMR1000 is an uncompromised monster free weight system. The SMR1000 multi-rack system is perfect for heavy use, heavy load environments, like schools, military, police and fire departments.
Optional bumper plates and bars shown in photos are not included.
- 2”x3” 11-gauge steel safeties and mainframe
- ¼” solid steel gun rack liftoffs
- Plate storage is included
- Integrated chinning bar and strength band pegs
- Extended frame for spotter access
- Commercial warranty, lifetime on frame and welds
- Dimensions: 89"H x 80"L x 71"W
- Weighs 315 pounds
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About Power Rack Systems
Created to allow weight lifters to workout safely and effectively without the need for a spotter, the Power Rack has a proven track record of success with top athletes, bodybuilders and powerlifters everywhere.
A power rack is an piece of weight training equipment that functions as a mechanical spotter for free weight barbell exercises without movement restrictions. Its general design is four upright posts with two adjustable horizontal bar catches (also called supports or pins) on each side. Many power racks also have accessory attachments, such as a chin-up bar, pulldown cable attachment, or pegs for storing weight plates.
The power rack serves several purposes. Chief among them is safety: for instance, in the bench press, placing the bar catches right above the lifter's chest will prevent the barbell from crushing the athlete in the case of muscular fatigue or other loss of control of the bar. In the case of squats, catches placed just below the lowest position of the squat allow the lifter to "dump" the weight safely.
The power rack is also useful for performing limited-range exercises, often involving heavier weights than their full-range equivalents. These include rack pulls, a variation of the deadlift where the starting point of the bar is higher than a conventional deadlift, and rack lockouts, a bench press variation limited to just the upper portion of the lift.