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MIKOLO K6 Power Rack Sale price$649.99 Regular price$899.99
MIKOLO F4 Power RackMIKOLO F4 Power Rack
MIKOLO F4 Power Rack Sale priceFrom $419.99 Regular price$659.99
MIKOLO K3 Power Rack Sale price$699.99 Regular price$999.99
MIKOLO QJ Squat Rack Sale priceFrom $299.99 Regular price$409.99
HR05 Half Rack Sale price$599.99 Regular price$679.99
Cheetah Folding Power Rackcheetch-folding-squat-rack-open
Cheetah Folding Power Rack Sale price$549.99
HR00 Squat RackHR00 Squat Rack
HR00 Squat Rack Sale price$279.99
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MIKOLO P5 Power Rack Sale price$599.99 Regular price$999.99
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MIKOLO P5R Power Rack Sale price$1,499.99 Regular price$1,929.99

Buying Guide for Power Racks

Power racks vary by material, dimensions, and additional features. When selecting a power rack, consider the available space for placement, your budget, and your workout needs.

Our mission is to provide users with a safe fitness environment and practical, high-quality fitness equipment. Power rack accessories such as barbell, colored weight plates and bench are available and discounted when purchased with a power rack.

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Select a Power Rack

The F4 is made from 2x2" steel. It stands 80.6" tall, 77.4" wide, and 55.1" deep. It offers 4" hole spacing and a 1:1 pulley ratio. This model is suitable for compact spaces and versatile workouts

The K3 uses 2"x3" steel. It is 83.5" tall, 66.8" wide, and 61.9" deep. It features a 2:1 pulley ratio and 4" hole spacing. This rack balances cost and functionality, making it versatile for various exercises.

The K6 is 86.4" tall, 56.6" wide, and 67.5" deep. It has a 2:1 pulley ratio and 4" hole spacing, ideal for compact spaces. This model is perfect for home gyms with limited space but needing versatility.

The P5R, made from 3x3" steel, is 90.4" tall, 68.3" wide, and 44.1" deep. It features a 1:1 cable ratio and 2" hole spacing, offering optimal resistance training. This rack is great for professional-level training.

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Do I Have Enough Space for a Power Rack?

One of the first considerations is the amount of space available in your home gym. Power racks are generally larger than squat stands and require sufficient floor space and ceiling height. Most power racks need about 10 square feet of space and a ceiling height of at least 7-8 feet for exercises like pull-ups. Measure your designated gym area carefully and compare it with the dimensions of the power rack you are considering. MIKOLO offer compact F4 power racks that are ideal for smaller spaces.

How Much Does a Power Rack Cost?

Cost is a significant concern for many users. Power racks can range from a few hundred to several thousand dollars, depending on the brand, build quality, and included features. Determine your budget and prioritize features that are most important to you. Investing in a quality power rack can provide long-term benefits and safety.

Is the Power Rack Versatile Enough for My Needs?

The versatility of a power rack makes it a valuable addition to any home gym. Power racks support a variety of exercises beyond squats, including bench presses, deadlifts, pull-ups, and more. Additionally, many power racks allow for accessories such as pulley systems and dip bars. Identify the types of exercises you plan to perform and check if the power rack supports them. Consider racks that offer customization options and a range of attachments to expand your workout possibilities.

How Safe Is the Power Rack?

The assembly process of a power rack can be complex due to its size and numerous components. Stability is another concern, as an unstable rack can be dangerous during heavy lifts. Choose a power rack with clear assembly instructions and consider seeking assistance if needed. Ensure that the rack is stable once assembled, possibly by bolting it to the floor for added security. Regular maintenance, such as checking bolts and joints, can also prolong the lifespan of your rack.

Can I Easily Move the Power Rack If Needed?

Mobility can be a concern for users who need to frequently rearrange their workout space. Power racks are typically heavy and cumbersome to move If mobility is important to you, consider a lighter, more portable rack or a folding power rack that can be easily stored when not in use.


Choosing the right power rack involves careful consideration of space, cost, versatility, safety, assembly, and mobility. By addressing these common concerns, you can select a power rack that meets your needs and enhances your home gym experience. Remember, investing in a quality power rack not only boosts your workout efficiency but also ensures your safety during heavy lifts.