If you’re putting together a home gym and building a collection of free weights, you’re going to want somewhere ideal to store them. That’s where weight racks come in. Also sometimes called weight trees, weight racks come in a variety of shapes and sizes in order to accommodate the many different kinds of free weights out there, including dumbbells, kettlebells, medicine balls and more.
All our weight racks and weight trees are designed to maximise floor space while keeping your weights stored safely and easily accessible. From weight plate racks, to bumper trees, to modular, tier-based racks, we’ve got something for you no matter what kind of weights you need to store.
Here at GymQuip, we think that quality and durability are essential when it comes to fitness equipment. That's why we've curated our range of weight storage racks and weight trees from the best brands in the world—you can rest assured that when you buy from us, you're getting a product that will last.
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Our weight storage racks are perfect for those who want to keep their home gym organised and tidy. With options for weight plate storage and medicine ball storage, you can keep all your equipment in one place.
Storing weights properly is important for a number of reasons. First, you want to take safety seriously around weights. While a lot of free weights aren’t always that big, they can be heavy enough to cause a lot of damage if dropped or kicked, and they can be a major tripping hazard if left out on the floor.
To keep your space safe you’ll want to keep weights stored somewhere that is stable, secure, and out of the way. You should also always place heavier weights toward the bottom, both for better access and organisation, and to keep your weight rack from becoming too top heavy and falling over.
The basics of racking your weights after use are self-explanatory, but if you’re placing one in your home gym, you’ll also want to think about where it should go.
Ideally it will be close to where you want to lift, but it also shouldn’t be in the middle of the floor for safety reasons—keeping it nearer to a wall is generally a better idea.
The floor should also be solid and level, to provide a good foundation for the rack.
Take a look at our selection of weight racks and weight trees today, and take the first step towards a gym that works better for you. With GymQuip, you're sure to find the perfect weight storage solution, so talk to us today about your options.
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