- Weight lifting cage
I prefer to use a squat rack with an adjustable bench as its more versatilePosted 4 years agosadexpunkSubscriber
i agree with craig. thats a good set up. personally ive got this one as dips are important to me. again, with a bench, its more versatile. i got a bench with preacher attachment and leg extension too which just about covers everything i need to do.
if you dont want dips, craigs link is better.Posted 4 years ago
I prefer to use a squat rack with an adjustable bench as its more versatile
How so? There’s nothing you can do on a half rack that you can’t do on a full one. Those links aren’t smith machines. On top, you can get dip bars, have attachment points for rings and bands etc and have a pull up bar. If your training heavy alone, those spotters are a good safety feature.Posted 4 years ago
Body solid is generally regarded as good kit I think.rumblerMember
I’ve got the F430 and it’s a really solid bit of kit, much more so than I imagined, I got the dip attachments too and they’re excellent. I’m struggling to see how a squat rack would be more versatile; in terms of safety, and obviously in a home gym, a power cage leaves everything else behind.Posted 4 years ago
I’d probably go for this one for that kind of money;Posted 4 years ago
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