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The Again Faster Competition 3x3 Power Rack 1 is our entry-level option designed to be sold at an affordable price for any strength room needing a pro level power rack.
A 1.2mtr x 0.6mtr footprint on the 3x3 Comp PR-1 will save you valuable floor space with full functionality for general training strength work or weightlifting. With 11-gauge, 80mm x 80mm steel, rigid 10mm thick endplates at every joint, and 1” diameter hardware, this rack is perfect for studios, home gyms, or club and school weight rooms. It also has an industrial powder coat finish which resists chipping and scratching from high traffic use.
With two inch hole spacing in the squat zone, this rack accommodate a ton of different bar heights for your exercises. All of our 3x3 pull up rig accessories also work with this rack, like dip stations, shackles and the like. Also, it ships with all hardware included and is easy to put together with a couple of large shifters. You'll be lifting heavy, safely, in no time.
- 12' Competition Upright*
- 3' Safety Spotter Pins (Pair)
- Competition Cross Tubes Mini
- Competition Multi-Grip Bar
- 3 x3 Competition J-Cups (Pair)
- 2 inch hole spacing in the work zone
*Uprights can be cut to required length on request.
Solid heavy duty construction with its thick 3x3 posts and massive 25mm inch bolts. May be sort of overkill for my little home gym, but I'm loving it! Added pegs to hang plates along the bottom of the rack so it weights it down enough that I don't need to bolt it to the ground. The slim profile of the rack ensures it doesn't take up too much space in the garage, but yet gives me the full benefit of having a solid power rack to work out safely alone. Perhaps the only slight complaint I have is that the bottom of each upright has a a metal Again Faster name plate on one of the sides, thus blocking the holes at the bottom making it difficult to attach accessories there. I had a saw a hole through one of them to attack a barbell holder into it..