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9 Best Squat Racks in 2024 (Reviewed by Athletes)

Reviewed by: Oleksiy Torokhtiy (21 years of Oly Lifting experience)

When you walk into a gym and then see those mid-sized constructions made out of steel beams and tubes, you always wonder what these are called? Well, wonder no longer – they are called ‘squat racks’.

The best squat racks let you load and unload weight plates rapidly and not to lift the bar from floor to the shoulders every set. Adjustable safety bars catch the barbell if you miss a rep, avoiding harm and allowing you to push yourself.

But, with so many squat racks available, choosing one might take time. In this post, I’ll review the most excellent squat racks I’ve used and tested, so you can better understand what you’re getting for your money, and which one is best for you. Squat frames help you reach your fitness objectives whether you’re a novice or an experienced lifter. 

Our team of experts, comprised of certified personal trainers and professional athletes, has evaluated 27 squat racks and only 9 of the best ones made it on the list. We based our reviews on 6 key criteria, and our detailed testing process lasted for a total of 405 hours, during which we tested most of the products. In addition, we have also examined hundreds of online user reviews. We are constantly updating our list, so you’re welcome to share your experiences in the comments section at the end of the article.

Let’s dive in!

athlete man lifts barbell

Top 9 Squat Racks Reviewed

  1. REP SR-4000 Squat Rack – Top Pick
  3. T-3 SERIES TALL SQUAT STAND – Budget Pick
  4. T-2 Series Power Rack – Best Power Rack
  5. SML-1 ROGUE 70″ MONSTER LITE SQUAT STAND – Best for Small Spaces
  7. REP PR-4100 Folding Squat Rack – Best Folding
  8. ROGUE HR-2 HALF RACK – Best Half-Rack
  9. Power Zone Gym Rack Squat Stand – Best for Beginners
ProductTotalStabilityVersatilityQualitySpacePortabilityValue For Money
REP SR-400058.5109.59.5109.510
ROGUE SML-2C58109.59.5109.59.5
T-3 SERIES57.59.5101099.59.5
T-2 SERIES569.58.5101099
ROGUE SML-1569.58.5109.599.5
ROGUE RML-9055.59.599.59.599
REP PR-410055.59.5991099
ROGUE HR-254999108.58.5

1. REP SR-4000 Squat Rack – Top Pick

REP SR-4000 squat rack sample

My top “pick out” of the nine squat rack is the REP SR-4000 Squat Rack. And no, the SR-4000 is not some futuristic designation for a terminator. REP is a well-known and well-respected brand in the gym equipment industry and it comes as no surprise that one of their products would be sitting at the top of such a list. 

  • Height: 96’’ / 103’’
  • Width: 52.4’’
  • Depth: 71.4’’
  • Footprint: 71.4’’ x 52.4’’
  • Rackable Capacity: 1000 lbs
  • Material: 3×3’’ 11-Gauge Steel
  • Hole Spacing: 5/8’’ holes with 1’’(bench area) spacing; 2’’ spacing elsewhere
  • Product Weight: 96’’: 203 lbs / 103’’: 237 lbs
  • Attachments Included: PR-4000 J-cups and the PR-4000 1.25” Pull-Up Bar
  • Warranty: Lifetime Structural Frame
  • Weight Storage: No

This rack is ideal for tiny home gyms since it takes up little room. It can be assembled in about an hour without any problems. Dip bars and pull-up bars may be used with the rack to tailor your workout and increase your exercise options.

It can support users weighing up to 1,000 pounds and is built to withstand intense exercises because of its robust design. The rack’s height adjustment makes it suitable for users of varying statures, and the frame’s rubberized feet provide a stable training routine regardless of how intense it gets.

rep sr-4000 squat rack in gym
Photo by @mt2yong

If you’re serious about getting in shape, the REP SR-4000 Squat Rack is a must-have. It’s an excellent option for those who want to push their fitness to the next level because of its solid build, adaptability, and flexibility. This squat rack is perfect for every level of a weightlifter, from novice to expert.


REP SR-4000 Squat Rack is a well-known and well-respected brand in the gym equipment industry and it comes as no surprise that one of their products would be sitting at the top of such a list.

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  • The matte black powder coat finish makes the rack look slick!
  • Excellent choice for home gyms where space is at a premium.
  • The rack is straightforward to assemble (under an hour)
  • Compatible with a wide range of accessories

Could be better:

  • Height is not adjustable, which may be an issue for taller people.
  • The J-cups have a slightly rough finish, which may damage the knurling on your barbell over time.


rogue squat rack sample

I recently had the opportunity to use the ROGUE SML-2C SQUAT STAND and was quite impressed with its performance. Hence, the runner-up position. Plus ROGUE is no stranger to amazing quality gym equipment.

  • Height: 92.25’’
  • Width: 49’’
  • Depth: 48’’
  • Footprint: 49’’x48’’
  • Rackable Capacity: 1000 lbs
  • Material: 3x3’’ 11-Gauge Steel (uprights) + 2x3’’ 11-Gauge Steel (bases)
  • Hole Spacing: 5/8’’ holes with a 1’’ Westside Spacing Pattern
  • Product Weight: 157 lbs
  • Attachments Included: 2x J-Cups with protective UHMW Plastic Inserts + 1x Fat/Skinny Pull-Up Bar (Single Pull-Up Bar option also available)
  • Warranty: Lifetime Structural Frame
  • Weight Storage: No

The stand is built to last with heavy-duty steel construction, providing a sturdy base for heavy lifts. Its compact size makes it ideal for smaller workout spaces without sacrificing functionality.

Among the many great things about the SML-2C is how adaptable it is. The stand's versatility means it would be an excellent addition to any home gym. In addition, the J-Cups may be adjusted to provide various lifting angles. The stand works with various ROGUE attachments, so you can get in even more reps.

The SML-2C has sturdy safety pins that provide a safe locking mechanism whenever the stand is in use. The frame can hold up to one thousand pounds, so even the heaviest weights won't be a problem.

One potential downside of the SML-2C is its price point, which may be steep for some consumers. Additionally, while the compact size is excellent for smaller spaces, it may not be ideal for those who need a larger lifting area.

This bad boy is an excellent option for those, looking to add a versatile and durable piece of equipment to their home gym. While it may be pricier, its sturdiness and versatility make it well worth the investment for serious lifters.


The stand ROGUE SML-2C SQUAT STAND built to last with heavy-duty steel construction, providing a sturdy base for heavy lifts and compact size makes it ideal for smaller workout spaces without sacrificing functionality.

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  • The compact size is ideal for smaller workout spaces
  • Adjustable J-Cups for flexibility in lifting positions
  • Compatible with a wide range of ROGUE accessories
  • Durable safety pins for secure locking

Could be better:

  • The paintwork is not the best; it chips easily


t-3 series squat rack sample

Squat racks are always a hefty, but a long-term investment. You pay a significant sum upfront, but you get to enjoy the benefits for years. But keep in mind that the price you pay for a rack can be spicy!

  • Height: 92.5’’
  • Width: 47’’
  • Depth: 48’’
  • Footprint: 47’’ x 48’’
  • Rackable Capacity: 1000 lbs
  • Material: 2x3’’ 11-Gauge Steel
  • Hole Spacing: 11/16’’ holes with a Westside hole spacing Pattern (bench + clean pull zone), 2-inch spacing above and below, 6-inch side hole spacing throughout the entire upright
  • Product Weight: 140 lbs
  • Attachments Included: 2x heavy-duty steel uprights, 2x J-Hooks with UHMW plastic. 1x: 1.25-inch Adjustable Pull-Up Bar, 1x Assembly Hardware
  • Warranty: 1-Year Warranty
  • Weight Storage: No

If you're looking for a squat and bench rack that won't break the bank, look no further than the T-3 SERIES TALL SQUAT STAND. This bad boy is the ultimate budget pick for anyone looking to get their squat without sacrificing quality.

Let's talk about what sets this squat stand apart. First of all, it's tall. Like, really tall. If you're a taller lifter struggling to find a squat stand that doesn't make you hunch over, this is the one for you. The adjustable height in 2-inch increments also means that you can find your perfect fit, no matter your height.

But what about its build? I'm happy to say that the T-3 SERIES TALL SQUAT STAND is made with heavy-duty steel, so it can handle even your heaviest lifts. The broad base also provides extra stability, ensuring you won't tip over mid-rep (because let's be honest, that would be a whole new level of embarrassment).

woman and and t-3 squat stand
Photo by @laurenjparre

Another thing I love about this squat stand is how versatile it is. The J-Cups are adjustable, so you can find your ideal lifting position. And if you need even more versatility, the T-3 SERIES TALL SQUAT STAND is compatible with a range of accessories, so you can customize your workouts even more.

I'm a big fan of this budget pick squat stand. It's tall, sturdy, and versatile, making it an excellent choice for anyone looking to get their lift on without draining their wallet.


If you're looking for a squat and bench rack that won't break the bank, look no further than the T-3 SERIES TALL SQUAT STAND.

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  • 11-gauge steel (as in more expensive models) provide great max weight capacity
  • Tall height, perfect for taller lifters
  • Adjustable height in 2-inch increments
  • A broad base provides extra stability

Could be better:

  • It may not have all the bells and whistles of more expensive squat stands
  • Assembly is required, so be prepared to put in a little work

4. Titan Fitness T-2 Series Power Rack – Best Power Rack

titan fitness power rack sample

When it comes to power racks, Titan’s T2 is the best you can currently get. It’s compact, sturdy, and is sure to last you a long time.

  • Height: 71’’ / 83’’
  • Width: 42’’ inside, 46’’ outside
  • Depth: 26’’ inside, 30’’ outside
  • Footprint: 57’’x 50’’
  • Rackable Capacity: 850 lbs.
  • Material: 2’’ x 2’’ 14-Ga Steel
  • Hole Spacing: 2’’ on the center
  • Product Weight: 125 lbs. / 135 lbs.
  • Attachments Included: 4 heavy-duty steel uprights, 2 Pin and Pipe Safeties, 2 Weight Plate Horns, 2 J-Hooks with UHMW plastic, 1.25" Single Pull-Up Bar, Assembly Hardware
  • Warranty: 1 Year Structural Frame, 180 Days Other Parts And Components
  • Max User Height: 6’4’’
  • Weight Storage: 2 Olympic Weight Plate Storage Posts

The great thing about this power rack is that you can choose between two sizes and get one that’s going to fit your home gym perfectly. It’s available in 71’’ and 83’’ models, so you won’t have to sacrifice your space and comfort to fit it in. You’ll have to spend some time and effort to put it together, but it’s definitely worth it.

Its construction is next level – the 2’’x 2’’ 14-gauge steel is still durable enough, but not so good as 11-gauge steel. The laser-cut holes are evenly spaced at 2’’, and this whole thing is coated in a sleek black finish that not only looks amazing but is also resistant to wear and tear.

You don’t have to worry about what workouts you can or can’t do with this, because the pull-up bar height can handle a variety of exercises, and it can do so comfortably.

titan fitness t-2 rack in garage gym
Photo by @draytells07

The inside width is very generous, and the rackable capacity goes up to 850 lbs. Overall, this heavy-duty squat rack can handle up to 2200 lbs. Pretty impressive, right?

Titan recommends the rack to be bolted down for safety, and that’s definitely something you should do. It comes with rubber feet that really add stability, but it’s better to bolt the whole thing down and not have to think about potential safety issues.


Titan’s T2 is the best you can currently get. It’s compact, sturdy, and is sure to last you a long time. The great thing about this power rack is that you can choose between two sizes and get one that’s going to fit your home gym perfectly.

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  • Comes in two sizes
  • High weight capacity
  • Coated in wear-resistant black finish
  • Rubber feet add stability

Could be better:

  • Takes a while to put together

5. SML-1 ROGUE 70" MONSTER LITE SQUAT STAND – Best For Small Spaces

sml rogue squat stand samplw

You might be looking for the best squat rack for home gym, but have the issue of living in a small or compact area. Or perhaps you do not have a dedicated gym room where you'd set up a rack. Worry no more – SML-1 70" MONSTER LITE SQUAT STAND by Rogue is my pick for small spaces.

  • Height: 72.25’’
  • Width: 49’’
  • Depth: 48’’
  • Footprint: 48’’ x 49’’’
  • Rackable Capacity: 1000+ lbs
  • Material: 3x3’’ 11-Gauge Steel Uprights; 2x3’’ 11-Gauge Steel Bases
  • Hole Spacing: Westside hole spacing, 1” through bench and clean pull zone, 2” spacing above and below
  • Product Weight: 122 lbs
  • Attachments Included: All necessary 5/8” bolts and fasteners, 2x Monster Lite J-Cups with protective UHMW plastic inserts
  • Warranty: Lifetime Structural Frame
  • Weight Storage: No

This squat stand is compact yet sturdy and versatile. It's designed for those short on space but still want a solid piece of equipment for their home gym.

Let's start with its build. The SML-1 ROGUE 70" MONSTER LITE SQUAT STAND is made with heavy-duty steel, so you can feel confident that it can handle even your heaviest lifts. It's also designed with a broad base, which provides extra stability and prevents tipping over.

The adaptability of this squat stand is another reason why I like it so much. You may discover your optimal lifting posture by adjusting the height of the J-Cups. Moreover, it is adaptable to a number of attachments, such as dip bars and spotter's arms, allowing you to fine-tune your exercises to your specific needs.

Of course, the SML-1 ROGUE 70" MONSTER LITE SQUAT STAND is also designed with small spaces in mind. It's only 70 inches tall, which makes it an excellent choice for basements, garages, or any other area where space is at a premium. And if you need even more space, the squat stand can be easily disassembled for storage.

This squat stand is amazing, considering its total size!


SML-1 70" MONSTER LITE SQUAT STAND by Rogue is my pick for small spaces. This squat stand is compact yet sturdy and versatile. It's designed for those short on space but still want a solid piece of equipment for their home gym.

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  • Small footprint (great for small spaces)
  • Amazing build and material quality

Could be better:

  • It may not be tall enough for some lifters
  • It may not have all the features of larger, more expensive squat stands


rogue rml-90 racks sample

Another ROGUE rack! For anyone who wants to build a home gym but needs more space to work with, the ROGUE RML-90 SLIM DOOR MOUNT FOLD BACK RACK is definitely worth considering. This innovative piece of equipment is designed to be mounted to your door, so you can use it without taking up valuable floor space. This is perfect if you are limited in area or are simply looking for a practical and efficient solution to squat rack positioning.

  • Height: 90.375’’
  • Width: 49.1875’’ (outside uprights) / 43.1875’’ (inside uprights) / 19.5’’ (stinger width)
  • Depth: 13’’ (from mounting surface) / 5’’(when folded)
  • Footprint: n/a
  • Rackable Capacity: 1000+ lbs
  • Material: 3x3’’ 11-Gauge Steel
  • Hole Spacing: 1’’(bench area), 2’’(elsewhere)
  • Product Weight: 170 lbs
  • Attachments Included: Monster Lite J-Cups and Required Hardware included, ML Adjustable Pull-Up Bar - 86.5” max height, 4 Stringers: 11-gauge steel, laser-cut Rogue branding, 19.5” width each
  • Warranty: Lifetime Structural Frame
  • Weight Storage: No

The convenience of this fold-back rack is one of its many great features. The ingenious hinge and pin mechanism enables you to fold it back when not in use, and it can be fixed in a jiffy to any regular wood stud wall. As a result, you may have a fully operational squat rack in your home gym while still having plenty of room to walk about when you're not lifting.

If you're limited on room in your garage due to your vehicle, this is the best garage squat rack you can have. Keep in mind that the door width must be between 28 and 36 inches for this rack to fit.

But usability isn't everything. This is especially true with the ROGUE RML-90 SLIM DOOR MOUNT FOLD BACK RACK, which was developed with durability and dependability in mind. It's constructed of industrial-strength steel and can bear the heaviest of loads. You may use this fold-back rack without worry since it can hold up to 1,000 pounds.

At last, the ROGUE RML-90 SLIM DOOR MOUNT FOLD BACK RACK's adaptability should be highlighted. It has height-adjustable J-Cups and may be used with a wide range of add-ons, including dip bars and spotter's arms.

The ROGUE RML-90 SLIM DOOR MOUNT FOLD BACK RACK is, all things considered, a great option for anybody who needs to create a home gym in a restricted area. It's a great buy for anybody who takes their fitness seriously since it's simple to use, durable, and adaptable.


ROGUE RML-90 SLIM DOOR MOUNT FOLD BACK RACK - innovative piece of equipment is designed to be mounted to your door, so you can use it without taking up valuable floor space.

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  • Innovative design that allows for mounting to door
  • Space saving & budget-friendly
  • Unique hinge-and-pin system that allows for easy folding

Could be better:

  • It may not be suitable for all types of doors
  • Requires some installation work

7. REP PR-4100 Folding Squat Rack - Best Folding

rep pr-4100 squat rack sample

Another REP product, They’re on a roll. As a fitness and gym expert, I'm always looking for space-saving equipment that keeps quality high. That's why I was excited to try out the REP PR-4100 Folding Squat Rack and was impressed.

  • Height: 92.3’’ (both)
  • Width: 48’’ (both)
  • Depth: 21.5’’ / 41’’ (2 options)
  • Footprint: 48’’ x 21.5’’ / 48’’ x 41’’
  • Rackable Capacity: 1000 lbs
  • Material: 3x3’’ 11-Gauge Steel
  • Hole Spacing: 1’’(bench area), 2’’(elsewhere)
  • Product Weight: n/a
  • Attachments Included: n/a
  • Warranty: Lifetime Structural Frame
  • Weight Storage: No

One of the things that stands out about this squat rack is how easy it is to set up and take down. It comes in two depth sizes - 21.5’’ and 41’’. If you aren’t living in a colossal luxury mansion, this will be of great benefit to you. Space-saving is a top priority when it comes to gym equipment, and many are willing to sacrifice quality or pay more to get it. With this rack, you really aren’t sacrificing almost anything. It’s a high quality product!

If you have a small gym, this gym rack is ideal since it can be folded up and stored against the wall. The PR-4100 may be small, yet it is robust enough to withstand hefty lifting. You may safely lift it as it's constructed from 11-gauge steel and can support up to one thousand pounds.

The fact that the height of the squat rack may be altered is another one of its many great qualities. In addition to squats, bench presses, and overhead presses, you may do other workouts with the J-hooks and safety arms by adjusting their height. For even greater peace of mind, while handling big loads, the safety arms have various points of adjustment that allow you to fine-tune them to your particular requirements.

The lack of extras like dip bars and pull-up bars is a drawback of the PR-4100. If you wish to include them in your home gym, you'll have to buy them individually. Also, the J-hooks have been noted to be difficult to adjust, necessitating perhaps additional time and effort.

If you need a folding squat rack for your home gym that is both space-saving and functional, look no further than the REP PR-4100. It's a wonderful purchase for anybody that takes their fitness to the next level since it's strong, adaptable, and simple to put up and take down.


If you have a small gym, REP PR-4100 Folding Squat Rack is ideal since it can be folded up and stored against the wall.

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  • The rack can be folded up against the wall and thus can save up a lot of space when not in use
  • Made with 11-gauge steel for durability
  • Multiple adjustment points on safety arms for safety during heavy lifts

Could be better:

  • Does not come with any accessories, such as dip bars or pull-up bars
  • Can’t be easily moved to another place

8. ROGUE HR-2 HALF RACK RE – Best Half-Rack

rogue rack sample

The Rogue HR-2 is an ideal choice if you need a half-rack. It may be used in a variety of ways, and it'll help you reach the next level in your training.

  • Height: 90’’(front) + 70’’(back) / 108’’(front) + 90’’(back)
  • Width: 48’’
  • Depth: 49’’
  • Footprint: 48’’ x 49’’
  • Rackable Capacity: n/a
  • Material: 3x3’’ 11-Gauge Steel (uprights) / 2x3’’ 11-Gauge Steel (base)
  • Hole Spacing: 1’’ Westside Spacing Pattern
  • Product Weight: 225 lbs / 255 lbs (varies based on upright selection)
  • Attachments Included: 1x Monster Lite J-Cup Pair included standard, 1x 43” Single Skinny Pull-Up Bar
  • Warranty: Lifetime Structural Frame
  • Weight Storage: Can comfortably hold 8 Olympic Weight Plate Storage Pegs (not included)

One thing that sets the HR-2 apart is its compact size. It's perfect for smaller spaces or home gyms where a full-sized rack may not fit. But even though it's smaller, it's still incredibly durable. Even though it's made with 2x3" 11-gauge steel instead of 3x3'', it's built to withstand even the heaviest lifts.

HR-2's pull-up bar is notable. Its robust, knurled grip is suitable for varied hand postures. As it's built within the rack, it won't interfere with other activities. I also like the accessory compatibility. Customize the rack with J-hooks, safety spotter arms, a landmine, and more. Rogue makes all the accessories, so they'll fit exactly.

rogue rack
Photo by @rouckey21

The lack of a separate seat is a significant drawback of this rack. While the HR-2 may be used for bench pressing, a dedicated bench will be required. Although its small size has advantages, there may be better choices for individuals who want to have more room to roam about when working out. If benching is a priority, keep that in mind when calculating your budget.

High-quality barbell squat rack, ideal for a wide range of workouts and weight loads. It's sturdy, flexible in design, and suitable for compact quarters.


ROGUE HR-2 HALF RACK RE is an ideal choice if you need a half-rack and it'll help you reach the next level in your training.

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  • The compact size is perfect for smaller spaces or home gyms
  • Made with 2x3" 11-gauge steel for durability
  • The integrated pull-up bar provides a comfortable grip
  • Multiple storage pegs

Could be better:

  • No built-in bench
  • It may be too compact for some users who need more space to move around during workouts

9. Sunny Power Zone Gym Rack Squat Stand – Best for Beginners

sunny power zone squat stnad sample

If you’re new to squat racks, this free standing squat rack is the one you’ll want to get. It comes at a fantastic price and will be a considerable addition to your home gym while you’re getting familiarized with it.

  • Height: 87’’
  • Width: 53’’
  • Depth: 38’’
  • Footprint: 53’’ x 38’’
  • Rackable Capacity: 805 lbs.
  • Material: Steel
  • Hole Spacing: 2’’
  • Product Weight: 83 lbs.
  • Attachments Included: 2 Weight Clips Included
  • Warranty: 1 Year Structural Frame, 180 Days Other Parts And Components
  • Max User Height: 6’4’’
  • Weight Storage: 2 Olympic Weight Plate Storage Posts

The paint, however, starts to chip pretty soon. This issue is only cosmetic, though, and doesn’t compromise the rack’s functionality.

The adjustable, reversible pull-up bar has an angled design and 8 different positions, so you’ll be able to do both wide and narrow-grip pull-ups. You also have spotter arms with latches and a safety lock. If you’re squatting with heavier weights, you’ll always have a spotter to help. Titan prioritized safety with this rack, and it definitely shows.

Organizing the plates is super easy, thanks to the plate storage and safety clips. This rack can accommodate Olympic bars that are up to 7 feet long.

Resistance band posts are another great addition, and there are 6 pins in total (3 on each side).

The holes in this, though… They’re not standard-sized (0.82’’), so keep that in mind. This is something that usually annoys a lot of people, so if this is a dealbreaker, you may want to look elsewhere.


If you’re new to squat racks, this free standing squat rack is the one you’ll want to get. It comes at a fantastic price and will be a considerable addition to your home gym while you’re getting familiarized with it.

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  • Great price
  • Plate storage with safety clips
  • 6 resistance band pins

Could be better:

  • Holes uprights aren’t standard-sized
  • Paint chips easily

Experts Who Contributed To This Article

Sergii Putsov

Sergii Putsov

20 years of Oly Lifting & Training experience

Jacek Szymanowski

Jacek Szymanowski

M.Sc.Eng. Biotechnology, Sports Nutritionist

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Squat Racks: Everything You Need To Know Before Using Them

Squat racks are essential equipment for anyone serious about strength training. A squat rack is a sturdy metal frame designed to hold a barbell in place while you perform compound movements that involve heavy lifting such as squats, bench and shoulder presses, or other lifting exercises. 

If you’re serious about strength training and weightlifting, then you need a squat rack with a pull up bar. But before you step into it, there are a couple of things to pay attention to.

Squat racks (also known as weight lifting racks) are made to support heavy barbell movements – squats, bench presses, overhead presses, etc. They’re good for both beginners and experienced alike, and they come with quite a few safety features. The reason it’s so popular is because it lets you target several muscle groups at the same time, so it helps enhance muscle growth and strength.

A squat rack is great for anyone who wants to perform squats or other heavy lifting exercises safely and effectively. It helps ensure proper form, prevents injuries, and allows you to gradually increase the weight you lift over time.

athlete lifts barbell by squat stand in gym

1. General Characteristic

Squat racks come in different shapes and sizes, but share specific general characteristics. First and foremost, a squat frame must be sturdy and stable enough to support the weight of a loaded barbell. This is achieved using heavy-duty materials such as steel or aluminum and engineering the frame for maximum strength and stability.

The frame of a squat rack typically consists of two vertical posts with adjustable horizontal bars that hold the barbell. The spacing between these bars can be adjusted to accommodate different barbell lengths and lifter heights. Most squat racks also have adjustable safety bars set at different sizes to catch the barbell if you fail to complete a rep or lose weight control.

Squat racks must be adjustable - meaning adjustable horizontal and safety bar heights. Squats and bench presses need the barbell to be at the right height for optimum form and efficiency. You don't want the barbell in an awkward position to take away from the experience and safety.

Squat racks often contain pull-up bars, dip stations, and weight plate storage. These characteristics may enhance your training by letting you do many workouts on one small piece of equipment.

2. Pros and Cons

Squat racks improve safety. The best weight racks contain adjustable safety bars that catch the barbell if you fail a rep or lose control, avoiding major accidents. The squat rack's stability prevents the barbell from falling or shifting, preventing accidents.

Squat racks are versatile. Squat racks may be utilized for bench presses, shoulder presses, and lunges. Some squat frames include pull-up bars or dip stations to vary your training.

barbell on squat stand

However, there are also some downsides to using a squat rack. One of the most significant drawbacks is cost. A high-quality squat rack can be a significant investment that may only be feasible for some. Additionally, a squat rack can take up a lot of space, making it impractical for those with limited workout space.

Another potential disadvantage of using a squat rack is that it can be more challenging to set up and use than other exercise equipment. Proper form is essential when performing squats or other weightlifting exercises; it can take time to learn how to use a squat rack correctly.

Squat Rack Dimensions Explained

Squat racks have upright poles to hold a barbell at different heights.

squat rack dimensions

1. Height

Squat racks average 7 feet tall. Most individuals can stand up and work out without striking their heads on the rack.

2. Width

Most squat racks are roughly 4 feet wide. A lifter may stand and workout within the frame.

3. Depth Or Length

Squat racks are 3–5 feet deep or long (depending on the manufacturer's specs, depth and length are used interchangeably, but both refer to the same thing in this case). This enables lifters to move about while working out.

4. Upright Spacing

Squat racks may accommodate different barbell heights by adjusting the vertical post spacing. Some racks provide more or less space than the typical 2 inches, depending on the lifter's demands.

5. Barbell Height

Squat racks may accommodate different barbell heights by adjusting the vertical post spacing. Some racks provide more or less space than the typical 2 inches, depending on the lifter's demands.

6. Weight Capacity

Most squat racks can carry 500 pounds. Some heavy-duty racks can support 1,000 pounds.

athlete lifts barbell by squat rack

5 Benefits of Using Squat Racks

There are a great many benefits that come with squat racks. If you’re using a squat rack, or are planning on incorporating it in your workouts – it doesn't hurt to know what these benefits are.

✅ Preventing Injuries, When Failing Lifts

Remember that mention of a squat rack being packed with safety features? Well, they’re there to prevent any potential injury. There are mechanisms like spotter arms that help catch the barbell if you can’t complete a lift, fail to execute one, or lose grip. 

✅ Correct Form And Technique

Keeping the correct form is vital for injury prevention. Well, a squat rack plays a big part in helping you maintain proper form because it provides stability and guidance through your workouts. By having a safety bar, instead of thinking of safety, you can put all your focus into your lifting technique (you also won’t need a spotter during heavier lifts).

The J-hooks (where the barbell rests) can be adjusted to a desired height, enabling you to adjust it to the correct starting position. This way, you are doing squats optimally and consistently. This can promote good form. 

✅ Improved Stability

Because squat racks provide a stable base, there will be a minimum amount of wobble/movement when lifting. This stability promotes a secure lifting space as well as preventing accidents (especially when lifting heavy).

✅ Storage And Convenience

Most squat racks come with built-in pegs to hold the weight plates. This ensures a clean and tidy workout environment. And because of the pegs’ proximity, you can easily change plates and adjust weights.

✅ Versatility

When you hear ‘squat rack’, you immediately connect it to the squat exercise. But be aware that the squat rack is a multifunctional tool in your home gym or a commercial gym. You can always use it for a wide range of exercises beyond squats (e.g., bench presses, overhead presses, and even pull-ups/chin-ups if the bar includes a pull-up bar).

A squat rack?! If you ask me, that’s the backbone of any training setup. No pun intended. Ha-ha-ha.” — after composing himself, and after being asked what type of squat rack one should acquire, he continued — ”Well, any setup that is trying to be serious anyway. But yeah! Listen, for me, a squat rack needs unshakeable stability. It needs freedom of adjustability. And finally, it needs to be able to fit inside your training space. If you make the right choice when buying a squat rack, then you’re in for some real and serious gains!”. 


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Types of Squat Racks

Squat racks come in a variety of types, each with its own unique features and benefits. Here are some of the most common types of squat racks:

1. Power Racks

Power racks are the most adaptable squat racks because they include a solid frame, adjustable safety bars, and horizontal bars at varied heights. These cost more than conventional squat racks, but serious lifters should consider buying one since they can be used for several workouts.

athlete lifts barbell by squat rack

2. Half Racks

Half racks resemble power racks, but are often smaller and less feature-packed. Standard features include two upright posts with horizontal lifting bars, and in some cases, extra attachments or safety bars for activities like pull-ups. They are a reasonable alternative for people who are short on both square footage and cash.

woman and man do exercise by squat rack

3. Squat Stands

Squat stands are simple and affordable, consisting of two vertical posts with adjustable horizontal bars for lifting. They do not typically include safety bars, making them less safe than power racks or half racks. However, they are a good option for those who want to perform squats or lifts with minimal equipment.

athlete man does exercise with squat stand

4. Wall-Mounted Racks

Wall-mounted squat racks are a good option for those with limited floor space, as they can be mounted directly onto a wall. They typically have adjustable horizontal and safety bars, but they may need to be more sturdy than other squat racks.

The type of squat rack that is best for you will depend on your individual needs and budget. Power racks are the most versatile and offer the most features, while half racks, squat stands, and wall-mounted racks are more affordable options with fewer features.

wall mounted racks in home gym

5. Independent Squat Stand

You could say that independent is an upgraded version of a basic squat stand. They are offering more stability and often have a wider base. Both of the stands aren’t fixed, but are instead separate. This offers the user the ability to adjust the width of the squat stand. This is crucial when using different bar lengths, and doing different exercises. They might not come with safety bars (like some basic squat stands), but these types of squat stands are usually preferred in professional gym environments due to their robust build.

independent squat stand sample

6. Foldable Rack

If you’re limited on space, but still want a squat stand, then the foldable rack might pique your interest. These types of racks were specially engineered to fit in smaller spaces or home gyms (with the intention of saving space). When not in use, foldable racks can be easily folded up against the wall. Foldables commonly come with adjustable horizontal bars and sometimes even include safety bars/arms.

foldable rack sample

7. Rack And Bench Combo

This is an all-in-one type of solution for those who want to maximize the efficiency of their weightlifting equipment. This combo setup usually includes a squat rack (often resembling a half rack), and it’s combined with an adjustable weightlifting bench. If you want to do more than squats (e.g., bench presses, incline lifts, etc.) this is a very cost-effective solution to meet your lifting demands and needs.

rack and bench combo in home gym

8. Rig

If you take a squat rack and add heavy-duty and multi-functionality to it, then you’re looking at a rig. These giant pieces of equipment often combine multiple squat racks with pull-up bars, ring mounts, and other various attachments. They are designed for group workouts/circuit training – allowing simultaneous use by multiple people. This is why you are most likely to see a rig in a professional gym. They are space-consuming, and offer unrivalled versatility (when it comes to racks).

squat rig sample

Is a Smith Machine a Type of Squat Rack?

No. Squatting exercises may be performed on both the Smith machine and the squat rack, but these two pieces of equipment are distinct in a number of ways.

A squat rack is a freestanding piece of equipment that consists of two vertical posts with adjustable J-hooks or spotter's arms to hold a barbell. The lifter stands inside the rack are used to perform squats and presses, and the weight is held only by the barbell and the lifter's strength.

On the other hand, a Smith machine is a piece of equipment consisting of a barbell that moves along a fixed vertical path on two guide rails. The barbell is attached to a weight stack or plates, which provide resistance. The lifter stands outside the machine and can perform exercises like squats and presses, but the movement of the bar is guided, making it easier to maintain proper form and reduce the risk of injury.

So while a Smith machine can be used for squatting exercises, it is not a squat rack.

What to Look for in Squat Racks: Buyer’s Guide

There are a number of things to think about while shopping for a squat rack. Prioritize in a manner that matters to you, since you will be the one footing the bill and utilizing the squat rack on a regular basis.

1. Stability

The squat rack you choose should be solid and strong enough to support the weight you want to lift. You should search for versions that have a substantial foundation, robust steel construction, and a reasonable weight while yet being easily portable. Along with security, stability is crucial. The selection of a squat rack should be made with safety in mind. Try to find versions with safety bars or pins that can be set to catch the barbell in the event of a botched lift. Weight plate storage, non-slip feet, and rubberized grips are some examples of additional safety measures.

2. Versatility

Depending on your fitness goals, you may want a squat rack that can be used for various exercises beyond just squats. Look for models with attachments for pull-ups or dips, or adjustable J-hooks that can be used for bench presses or other lifts. The squat rack should accommodate your individual needs, including the height of the horizontal bars and safety bars. This will ensure proper form and prevent injury.

athlete does exercose with barbell by squat rack

3. Quality

Search for squat racks crafted from sturdy materials like thick steel. The building should be solid and long-lasting, with a load-bearing capability that matches your weightlifting objectives. Make sure the squat rack has good welds. There shouldn't be any spaces or rough edges that may be seen. The squat rack's finish should not rust or wear easily.

Powder-coated finishes are common because they are long-lasting and have an uncluttered appearance. The squat rack should have a smooth, even surface without any protruding edges or rough regions that might cause harm. The barbell and weight plates you want to employ will dictate the size of the area. Thus, it should be large enough for them. Try to choose squat racks with a guarantee from a well-known manufacturer. Peace of mind and safety from potential harm due to faults or damage are two benefits you may get from this.

4. Space

Choose a squat rack that fits your space. Squat rack size depends on the base and upright dimensions. Squat racks depend on the ceiling height. Measure your ceiling and compare it to the squat rack's height, taking into consideration the barbell and your height. Barbell length affects squat rack space. Compare your barbell's length to the squat rack's horizontal bars. Assess the space needed to maneuver around the squat rack securely and comfortably. This may contain room for weight plates, a bench, or other squat rack accessories.

5. Portability

A squat rack can be your best friend or your worst enemy. If it’s not easily portable, it’s going to be closer to the latter. A lot of racks have foldable designs, which makes them very suitable for small spaces. Also, look for a rack with built-in wheels. This will make it easy to move around, even if it’s heavy. Of course, lightweight materials are always a plus, although squat racks aren’t really known for being light. But if you find one that is, and that has transportation wheels as well, you’ve hit the jackpot.

6. Value for Money

There is a wide range of costs for squat racks and squat stands - from more affordable versions to more expensive ones that come with more sophisticated features. Establish a budget, and then seek models that provide the greatest combination of features that are important to you. Once you buy a rack, regardless of what you pay for it - it'll last you a lifetime. So choose wisely!

“That’s easy! ROGUE SML-2C SQUAT STAND. This one is an absolute game-changer. It has dedicated dip bars, pull-up stations, spotter arms, and more. In short: It’s got it all.” — We’ve asked Jacek what he thinks of Westside spacing on squat racks — “Westside spacing? Essential. And it’s not even an opinion. Westside gives you the ability of pinpoint precision when doing hook adjustments. You can’t even argue that.” — We have asked about lifting heavy weights — “Just make sure the rack is drilled to the floor. Some people say it’s not needed with every model. No. Just do it. The extra safety and stability will not hurt you. When you’re getting a squat rack you want thickness and durability. For me, that’s non-negotiable. It needs to allow for pin placements suited for resistance band setups.” — And finally, we’ve asked for an expert tip — “Sure, here’s a golden nugget from me: Ensure the rack’s depth is spacious enough to let the user flex and lift inside!”

How to Use a Squat Rack: 4-Step Guide

If you’re unsure of how to use a squat rack, here is a concise six-step easy-to-follow guide.

Squat Rack Evaluation Criteria

CategoryDescriptionWhy Is It Important?
StabilityThe ability of the rack to remain steady and securely hold weights without wobbling.Ensures safety during workouts. Prevents potential accidents.
VersatilityThe rack’s ability to support a variety of exercises beyond squats. Also, its ability to have add-ons.Allows for a varied, full-body workout experience with one piece of equipment.
QualityThe materials used in the rack, craftsmanship, and build integrity.Affects the durability and safety of the rack.
SpaceSize of the rack (height and footprint) and how much floor space it occupies.Important for those who are limited in space.
PortabilityThe ease with which the racking can be moved or stored (built-in wheels, weight, foldability, or how easily it can be taken apart).Good portability ensures that one person alone can move the rack without help.
Value for MoneyThe balance between the cost and all the above-listed features the rack offers.Helps make sure that you’re getting the best bang for your buck.

1. Ensure Clear Space

Before you start setting up the rack, you need to find a suitable position. Once you’re sure that the lengths, width, and height (don’t forget the height!) fit in the designated area, you can start clearing out the area and the space around it. Remove any obstacles or equipment that might be in the way and pose a hindrance during setting up. Or, once set up, during use. Freedom of movement and safety are paramount.

athlete lifts barbell by squat rack

2. Set it Up

A logical start – you need to set the rack up. Position the J-hooks (or safety arms) at a height that’s comfortable and suitable for your workout. The easiest way to determine the right height is with a barbell; it should be at chest level when you’re standing.

3. Adjust the Safety Bars

Set the safety bars or pins at a height where they can catch the barbell if you fail a rep or lose grip. If you are unsure about where to place the safety bar/pins, a foolproof way is to place them just below your squat depth. Positioning it here, you are ensuring that you can safely bail out of the exercise for whatever reason, without the bar crashing onto the ground.

4. Always Re-rack Weights After Use

After Completing the full workout, always remove the weight plates from the barbell and place them in their designated storage area (e.g., storage pegs on the squat rack, weight plate tree, etc.). This not only increases safety, but also helps form good habits, and sharpens your organizational skills. 

8 Safety Tips When Using a Squat Rack

Once your squat rack has been set up and you know how to use it correctly, it is wise to consider some (if not all) safety tips that would be greatly beneficial in preventing possible injuries. Beyond ensuring clear space, adjusting the safety bars, and re-racking the plates after use, there are more precautions that you can utilize to maximize safety.

1. Check the Maximum Weight Capacity

Ideally, you will do this before you buy the squat rack. However, once it’s there, it is good to keep in mind the amount of weight that the squat rack can handle.

2. Inspect the Equipment

This is something that you should do at regular intervals, or if you for whatever reason suspect any damage. Check the squat rack for signs of wear, damage, bending, and cracks. Make sure the bolts/fasteners aren’t loose. Check the J-hooks and safety bars are securely in place before use. 

athlete inspects squat stand

3. Load the Barbell Evenly

When adding weight plates to the barbell, double-check that you have weight evenly distributed on both ends. Also, ensure that you use collars/clips to secure the weights. This will prevent them from sliding off during workouts.

4. Avoid Overloading

Never load the barbell with more weight than you can safely and confidently handle. Also, again, always be aware of the max weight capacity of the squat rack you’re using.

5. Position the Barbell Correctly for Different Exercises

When using the barbell for exercises that aren’t squats (e.g., bench presses or overhead presses), adjust the J-hooks and safety bars in accordance.

6. Use a Spotter When Necessary

A squat rack is designed and engineered to have a built-in spotter. But, if you’re planning on lifting a weight that’s near your limit, or you’re unsure whether you’ll manage to complete a set, it is a good idea to have a spotter present to assist you. Just in case.

7. Stay Alert and Focused

Avoid distractions when working on a squat rack (particularly when lifting heavy). Stay focused on the movement of your body during the exercise. Be aware of your surroundings – especially when unracking and re-racking the barbell.

8. Exit Safely

If you’re a newbie, take the time to familiarize yourself with how to safely exit or “bail” from a lift. You can’t learn this the moment it happens, as it will be sudden. To prevent injuries, learn how to safely drop the bar onto the safety bars (primarily if you are not running a spotter).

athlete by squat stand


Is a Squat Rack Worth It?

A squat rack lets you lift bigger weights more precisely, improving strength and muscle growth. It will also provide safety and support that other equipment cannot match, lowering injury risk and enabling you to work harder and longer, allowing you to channel your focus and energy toward building muscle. Some people might refer to a rack as the lazy person's way of doing exercises, but that is a bit misleading. 

While a rack does, in fact, take out that safety and 'thinking about technique' part of the exercise, it is still a tool. Same as a weightlifting belt. You can choose to use it and make your life easier while you focus on what's important, or you can do the exercises the hard way - that's really up to you!

A squat rack may cost more initially, but it may save money over time. A squat rack may replace many pieces of equipment by offering an adaptable and sturdy platform for a wide variety of exercises, saving you money.

Is a Smith Machine as Good as a Squat Rack?

A squat rack is better for strength training than a Smith machine. The Smith machine restricts barbell movement to a set range. This may inhibit muscle group activation and cause muscular imbalances. Squat racks enable a more natural range of motion, utilizing more muscle groups and preventing imbalances.

A Smith machine often requires less stabilization and balance than a squat rack, reducing the overall engagement of your core and other stabilizer muscles. While this may make the exercise more manageable in the short term, it can limit your overall strength gains and increase the risk of injury over time.

While a Smith machine can be helpful, it is less effective than a squat rack for building strength and muscle mass. By providing a natural range of motion, engaging a more comprehensive range of muscle groups, and providing greater versatility and flexibility, a squat rack is a superior choice for serious strength training.

athlete exercises with squat rack

How Much Should I Spend on a Squat Rack?

When buying a squat rack, the amount you should spend largely depends on your needs and budget. Generally, a high-quality squat rack can range from a few hundred to several thousand dollars.

If you're looking for a basic squat rack with limited features, you can expect to spend between $200 and $500. This type of rack is typically smaller and less versatile than more expensive options but can still provide a safe and effective platform for basic exercises like squats and bench presses.

If you're looking for a more advanced squat rack with additional features like pull-up bars, dip bars, and weight storage, you can expect to spend between $500 and $1000. These racks offer greater versatility and flexibility, allowing you to perform a broader range of exercises and target different muscle groups. They also likely come with some accessories, and they can be a bit bulkier - so keep that in mind.

Consider a high-end squat rack with advanced features like adjustable J-hooks, band pegs, and safety spotter arms if you're a severe weightlifter or powerlifter. These racks can cost upwards of $1000 but can provide the ultimate platform for strength training.

The amount you should spend on a squat rack depends on your individual needs, goals, and budget. By considering factors like rack size, additional features, and overall quality, you can find a squat rack that fits your needs and budget.

Will a Squat Rack Fit Inside My Home?

Whether a squat rack will fit inside your home largely depends on the size and layout of your space and the frame itself. Before purchasing a squat rack, it's essential to measure the available space in your home to ensure that the rack will fit comfortably and allow you to move freely while performing exercises.

In general, squat racks come in various sizes and configurations, so choosing a rack that is appropriately sized for your space is crucial. A basic squat frame typically measures around 4-5 feet in width and 4-6 feet in height, while larger racks with additional features like pull-up bars or dip bars may measure up to 7-8 feet in height.

For your own safety, place the rack where it will enable you to execute exercises without running into anything, and give yourself plenty of space around it. Use a collapsible or otherwise readily stowed squat rack if you're short on storage space at home, or one that can be mounted on a wall.

athlete prepares squat stand

Can I Install a Squat Rack Myself?

While installing a squat rack may seem daunting, you can do it yourself with the right tools and knowledge. Follow the manufacturer's instructions, or if in doubt, call the manufacturer or refer to an instructional assembly video. 

It is essential to keep in mind that improper installation can result in serious injury.

Finding a solid spot to install a squat rack is the first step. When choosing a training spot, check the ground for obstructions.

Following the directions, assemble the squat rack. This usually involves attaching the uprights to the base, assembling the J-hooks and safety bars, and installing any additional equipment like a pull-up or dip bars. 

After assembling your squat rack, secure it to the ground or a wall, so it doesn't fall over. Anchors or bolts are used to secure the rack.

While installing a squat rack yourself can be a rewarding and cost-effective option. It is essential to take the time to learn the proper techniques and follow the manufacturer's instructions carefully to ensure your safety and the safety of those around you. If you are unsure about your ability to install the squat rack properly, seek the assistance of a professional installer.

What Is The Difference Between A Squat Rack And A Squat Stand?

A squat rack is more comprehensive, while a squat stand is simpler. Squat racks come with safety bars and will allow you to use heavier weights and perform a greater variety of workouts. Squat stands typically don’t have safety bars and are better for lighter weights and basic squats. 


There are a number of elements to think about while deciding on the finest squat rack. While shopping for a squat rack, it's crucial to think about the kinds of exercises you want to do, how much room you have in your home gym, and how much money you want to spend. But it's probably not simple to know where to begin when there are so many choices on the market.

The features, size, stability, and weight capacity of a squat rack are some of the most essential aspects to think about. A good squat stand will be built to last and will provide you with a solid platform for your exercises; a rack of the right size will fit easily into your home gym.

Additional features like pull-up bars or dip bars can help to expand the range of exercises you can perform with your squat rack, while other features like weight capacity and adjustability can help to customize your workout experience.

REP SR-4000 SQUAT RACK got the highest score and my TOP PICK rating. It is a fantastic squat rack that will give you the most across all covered categories. And while what I like and think is essential to squat racks is subjective, I believe that if you decide to get one and choose this one, you’ll definitely not regret it!

If you have already used any of my recommended squat racks or just decided to buy one, please share your thoughts via the comment section below. I would be delighted if you would share your experience and tell me if squat rack reviews helped you get the right one for you.

I’d be glad to hear your opinion on the differences you have experienced!

Also read:


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  2. Chloe Gray, "How to set up a squat rack," stylist, (Accessed Jun 12, 2020)
  3. OLIVIER POIRIER-LEROY, "Squat Rack vs Smith Machine: Pros, Cons, and Best Time to Use Each," yourworkoutbook,
  4. "7 Tips on Safely Assembling and Using Your Squat Rack," akfit, (Accessed Jan 7, 2022)
  5. "THE ULTIMATE SQUAT RACK GUIDE," morgansports, (Accessed Feb 15, 2021)
  6. OLIVIER POIRIER-LEROY, "Power Racks vs Squat Racks: Pros, Cons and Differences," yourworkoutbook,
  7. Keith Hansen, "How to Perfect Your Bench Press Setup," seriouslystrongtraining,

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