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Heavy Duty Squat Stand, 60mm Box Section

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Solid squat stand for your gym

This squat stand can be extended optionally with different bar holders. The numbered 40 top to bottom holes enable you to bench, too, and make it easy to recognize your preferred settings for your most commonly used exercises. You are not limited to squats or overhead presses, but can also perform assistance exercises such as pull-ups on the same training station. 

This solid and stable 1.9m squat stand is ideal for ambitious home gym training, PT studios but also commercial gyms. The design is not too bulky due to a smaller box section and a space-saving alternative to our cages

A robust 60mm box section and a steel thickness of 3mm ensures that this squat stand is on the lighter side, while remaining solid enough for heavy weights. It is quick to assemble and can be anchored to the floor with bolts via two cutouts at the bottom of the uprights for even more stability. A high-quality black powder coating protects the steel from scratches and erosion.

➲ From powerlifting, Olympic weightlifting, to general weight training, the Heavy-Duty Squad Stand is your robust training station. 

Featuring a quick-release pull-up bar 

A new and practical feature here is the quick-release pull-up bar mechanism, allowing you to adjust the height of the bar hassle-free. Just pull the red safety pin, adjust the height to your needs, reinsert the pin and you're ready to go. With a relatively thick diameter of 38,5mm, the pull-up bar offers an increased grip surface, which helps you maintain a comfortable and strong grip.

Add the Flat Bench V2 to enhance your training station.

Specs

  • Please note: hooks are not included, please add your preferred hooks on the right/above.
  • Material: 3mm steel 
  • 60mm box section
  • Laser-cut hole numeration
  • Quick-release pull-up bar 
  • Pull-up bar diameter: 38.5mm
  • Height: 190cm
  • Fixed width and depth: 125cm x 120cm 
  • Colour: black (powder coated)
  • Max. suggested load: 400kg

FAQ

Is a squat stand the right choice for my training set-up? 

Choosing between squat stands, power cages, and squat racks can be an overwhelming decision to make. It all comes down to your individual preferences, training goals, and budget.

Squat stands are more space-efficient in comparison to power cages, but they are a sturdier option in contrast to the basic squat racks. Power cages offer somewhat limitless possibilities to shape your training, in terms of add-ons like safety catchers, cable attachments or dip stations, just to name a few. A squat stand can be expanded too, but not to that extent. It mostly features a solid base for various strength training styles, like powerlifting, Olympic weightlifting or general strength training. 

While not as comprehensive as a power cage, a squat stand is a budget-friendly option for most private and commercial gym spaces. 

Overall, squat stands are a reliable choice for those seeking a general, somewhat versatile training station that offers convenience and flexibility.

Customer Reviews

Based on 8 reviews
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Christian H. (Austria)
Squat Rack

Super leicht aufzubauen und hält was es verspricht. Würde ich wieder kaufen

X
Xavier B.T.
Good for money, no spotters

It's good value for the money, but it does not come with spotter arms (I thought it did reading other reviews).

G
Glebs P. (Latvia)
Good stand

Reliable tool for my home gym.

T
T.D. (Germany)
Benchpress

Can i also make benchpress with this rack? It looks like…

s
sansb
Overall very good and stable, but some things can be improved.

Very happy with the stability of the rack and the brutal look. Love that it is matte black.Some point of improvement:- The safety bars have rubber to protect the paint, but the J-hooks haven't. Paint gets off real quick and looks ugly. - I asked for J-hook with rubber, but the contactperson told me that they can't send me a pair.- No rubber feet.Overall good, but can be 5 star instead of 4.

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Yves
Great

Since I don't have the need\/space for a full rack, I decided to go with these squat stands. They are super easy to assemble and feel very stable (I have some 20 kg plates stored on there most of the time).Tip: combine with the deluxe utility bench 2.0 and you can use it as a competition rack, but with more versatility (adjustable bench) and for less money!Upsides: - Adjustable width and connected, so very stable. - Super easy assembly. - Small footprint (for those who want to use it in their home gym, like me). - Plate holders on the back. - Dipping handles on the back (I don't use these, but it's a nice extra feature).Downsides:- No numbering of the holes, but eventually you just know what heights you use for each exercise. - The spotter arms have rubber on them, but the j-cups don't. Paint came off the first time I put a bar on there. I fixed it by wrapping some rubber around it with some tie-wraps. - No rubber feet (not a problem for me, as it sits on my platform).

Customer Reviews

Based on 8 reviews
63%
(5)
38%
(3)
0%
(0)
0%
(0)
0%
(0)
C
Christian H. (Austria)
Squat Rack

Super leicht aufzubauen und hält was es verspricht. Würde ich wieder kaufen

X
Xavier B.T.
Good for money, no spotters

It's good value for the money, but it does not come with spotter arms (I thought it did reading other reviews).

G
Glebs P. (Latvia)
Good stand

Reliable tool for my home gym.

T
T.D. (Germany)
Benchpress

Can i also make benchpress with this rack? It looks like…

s
sansb
Overall very good and stable, but some things can be improved.

Very happy with the stability of the rack and the brutal look. Love that it is matte black.Some point of improvement:- The safety bars have rubber to protect the paint, but the J-hooks haven't. Paint gets off real quick and looks ugly. - I asked for J-hook with rubber, but the contactperson told me that they can't send me a pair.- No rubber feet.Overall good, but can be 5 star instead of 4.

Y
Yves
Great

Since I don't have the need\/space for a full rack, I decided to go with these squat stands. They are super easy to assemble and feel very stable (I have some 20 kg plates stored on there most of the time).Tip: combine with the deluxe utility bench 2.0 and you can use it as a competition rack, but with more versatility (adjustable bench) and for less money!Upsides: - Adjustable width and connected, so very stable. - Super easy assembly. - Small footprint (for those who want to use it in their home gym, like me). - Plate holders on the back. - Dipping handles on the back (I don't use these, but it's a nice extra feature).Downsides:- No numbering of the holes, but eventually you just know what heights you use for each exercise. - The spotter arms have rubber on them, but the j-cups don't. Paint came off the first time I put a bar on there. I fixed it by wrapping some rubber around it with some tie-wraps. - No rubber feet (not a problem for me, as it sits on my platform).