Wholesale Home Gym Squat Stand & Squat Rack for Sale
Need space-saving mechanical spotting equipment to help with your squats? Buy the best commercial squat stand by Yanre Fitness to make your weight training workouts safe and effective. Being a leading self-design gym equipment manufacturer since 1997, Yanre offers commercial-quality fitness machines and accessories for worldwide delivery.
Squat Stand Basics
What is a squat stand? It is the centerpiece of your weightlifting equipment, which offers some of the functions of a power rack in a compact unit, having two vertical posts instead of the four posts in a squat rack. Having adjustable heights to hold your barbell, a squat rack can be useful in powerlifting sessions.
Functions of a Squat Rack
- Mechanical Spotting Equipment
The primary purpose of home gym squat rack is to catch your barbell during squats or bench presses. This way, it functions just as a spotter would, when you are about to lose control of the heavy weight.
- Cost-effective Power Rack Alternative
Squat stands generally cost less than half as much as a power rack, while offering many of the same exercise options.
- Compact Multi-functional Unit
Unlike a power rack, our squat stand can be kept in any corner of your gym without occupying much space. It can function in areas with low ceilings and offers multiple exercises and movement variations for effective strength training.
The Best Exercises to Perform with a Squat Stand
A squat stand works great for squat variations and supports several other exercises as well. Below are the best workouts for squat rack:
- Front Squats
Muscles worked: Quads, glutes, hamstrings, calves, lower back
Recommended Reps: 4 sets x 5 reps
What use is a squat stand if you don’t perform some hardcore front squats with it? These glute-boosting exercises are useful for targeting all major lower body muscles, making you feel the burn long after your session.
- Olympic Lifts
Muscles Worked: Multiple upper body, lower body, and core muscles
Recommended Reps: 4 sets x 5 reps
Our heavy duty home squat rack has the advantage of allowing safe training for Olympic lifts, unlike the power rack, which restricts the exercise. Perform the lifts a few feet away, training your body for balance and coordination while having the option to dump your bar at any point.
The clean and jerk works almost your entire body. From your hamstrings, quads, lower back and abs, to your traps, shoulders, and arm muscles, each area is involved at some point during the lift.
The barbell snatch is an explosive Olympic lift and can be practiced with the squat stand to catch your bar midway when you need it.
Muscles Worked: Lats, traps, biceps, triceps, abs
Recommended Reps: 3 sets x 8 reps
The overhead pull-up bar on the squat rack stands enables you to train your upper body for strength and definition. Grip the bar firmly and lift until your chin is above the level of the bar.
- Bench Presses
Muscles Worked: Pectoralis major, anterior delts, triceps, and stabilizing muscles
Recommended Reps: 4 sets x 6 reps
Drag your exercise bench under the unit for some serious upper body training. Adjust the J-hooks at a convenient height to place your bar between sets.
Features of the Yanre Squat Stand
Yanre Fitness offers top-of-the-line adjustable squat stands for commercial gym use. Whether you need a compact alternate to a squat rack or have low ceilings in your studio, the squat stand can be accommodated in any setting without any issues.
Built to withstand hardcore powerlifting exercises for long durations, the squat stand is a stable piece of equipment that allows you to safely dump the bar near the point of exhaustion. Providing excellent value for money and enabling multiple exercise variations, you can’t go wrong with our squat rack for your bodybuilding sessions.
Common Mistakes to Avoid When Using a Squat Stand
- Avoid using weights that are so heavy that they compromise your exercise posture.
- Avoid using light weights that don’t challenge your muscles. A squat stand is meant to support heavy lifting!
- Avoid lowering your hips below your knees during the squat – this can lead to back strain.
- Avoid focusing on reps, and pay more attention to your form and posture, especially if you’re a beginner. Quality beats quantity!
- Avoid rounding your lower back.
- Avoid setting the bar at incorrect starting positions.
Ready, Set, Squat!
Where to buy a squat rack? Buy the best commercial squat stand at Yanre Fitness, and watch your body transform with each use.