Combo Power Rack with Smith Machine Function
Need a multifunction unit for full-body strength training? Yanre Fitness has the best power rack/smith machine combo for sale. Yanre is a self-design gym equipment manufacturer offering premium gym machines and fitness accessories for commercial use. We are proudly known as a leading supplier worldwide since 1997.
Power Rack/Smith Machine Basics
This dual function equipment has a power rack and Smith machine incorporated into a heavy-duty unit. It is made to offer guided but free-moving, secure workouts that can engage almost any part of the body you prefer to train. Functioning on a precision steel ball bearing system and reinforced nylon pulleys, the unit uses a weight stack that offers adjustable resistance.
Functions of Smith Power Sack
- Full Body Workout
Enabling a plethora of unrestricted exercises, this piece of equipment can engage all muscle groups to allow a full-body workout. It can be adjusted into your fitness routine in several different ways.
- Cardio and Strength Training
From weightlifting and calisthenics to Tabata and HIIT, a power rack/smith machine combo allows unlimited exercise possibilities
- No Spotter Needed
Plenty of safety features enable you to use the machine safely without the assistance of a spotter.
- Attachment Compatibility
Our dual function unit can further accommodate various attachments such as a chin-up bar, multi-ring strap, etc.
The Best Exercises to Perform
The Yanre power rack smith machine combo is far from boring. Whether you want a grueling leg workout, tone your upper body, or shred your core, this equipment makes everything possible.
Below are just a few workout ideas to use this equipment for maximal gains.
- Biceps Curls
Muscles Worked: Biceps
Recommended Reps: 3 sets x 10 reps
With the Smith bar at mid-thigh level, hold it with an underhand grip, keeping your palms shoulder-width apart. Lift the bar by bringing your palms towards your shoulders, and feel your biceps contract.
- Bench Press
Muscles Worked: Chest, triceps, shoulders
Recommended Reps: 3 sets x 8 reps
Bench presses are excellent compound exercises for your chest, triceps, and shoulders. These also involve your glutes, rhomboids, lats, forearms, and abs as supporting muscles. Just bring a bench into the unit and set the safety bars at an appropriate height before you begin.
- Military Press
Muscles Worked: Anterior and medial deltoids, triceps, upper pectoralis major, abdominals
Recommended Reps; 2 sets x 8 reps
Set the bar at upper-chest level, palms facing forwards, and positioned a little more than shoulder-width apart. Raise the barbell upwards and a little towards the back, moving it over your head. Keep your knees entirely straight, then lower down the bar to the starting position.
Muscles Worked: Quads, hamstrings, glutes, calves, abdominals
Recommended Reps: 3 sets x 5 reps
How can any leg day be complete without squats? Remember to first find an appropriate height to squat to and lift the barbell with your knees slightly bent. Don’t hunch your lower back!
Muscles Worked: Hamstrings, glutes, back, lats, core
Recommended Reps: 3 sets x 5 reps
Performing deadlifts once or twice a week can be great for toning your legs, back, and core. The movement uses your abdominals for stabilization throughout the lift.
Features of the Yanre Power Rack/Smith Machine Combo
The Yanre smith machine power rack can effectively target your whole body for mass and strength gains. Allowing you the freedom to exercise in any plane and direction, it keeps you secure without any risk of injury due to dropped weights.
Our Smith cage pulley system allows a complete workout for all your muscles. The durable manufacturing enables commercial use, being able to accommodate multiple users for long and intense sessions. Most of the freestanding movements made possible with this equipment engage your core, secondary, and stabilizing muscles for optimal efficiency.
Common Power Rack/Smith Machine Mistakes to Avoid
- Avoid ignoring the safety bars. Set them at an appropriate height before each unique exercise.
- Avoid lifting too less, or too heavy weights. Light weights beat the purpose of this equipment, while too heavy weights will end up compromising your posture.
- Avoid rounding your back during squats and deadlifts.
- Avoid holding the bar with too wide or too narrow a grip.
Lift, Squat, Press!
Nothing’s impossible while training with this powerful gym machine combo. It offers a safe yet explosive workout your muscles will surely remember for days to come!