Rep Fitness Squat Rack Reviews

Check out the reviews and videos for the Rep squat rack and you decide if good enough for your garage gym.

Rep Fitness squat rack review
This squat rack is truly heavy duty and can stand up to hard core use.

A few small things – The powder coating is pretty cheap and the drilled holes don’t fully align.

Overall the Rep Squat Rack is great.

I would still really recommend this product.

The price is right and the added pull up bar up top is a bonus.

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Rep Fitness squat rack
I purchased this on so I¬†thought I’ll throw my 2 cents in for those of you looking at the rack. The Rep Squat Rack is very solid, and made with quality – it weighs 190lbs. Usually all the extra band pegs, safeties, weight horns, dip pegs, extra pull up bar, etc. adds another $500 AND THEN the cost of the rack is another $500, but somehow they added it all together.

I weigh about 200 pounds and do kipping style pull ups and muscle ups and with a bit of weight on the back, it holds rock steady. The safeties are beefy, the band pegs that double as dip pegs are easy to use, and there is a rubber/plastic over the safeties and j-cups. I really like that I have my choice of either the fat or skinny pull up bar too. Showed up just a handful of days after I ordered and was straight forward putting it together. If you’re looking for a solid rack without breaking the bank, I’d highly recommend this one.

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