Smith, power cages and racks SteelBody by Marcy

Smith Machines, Cages and Racks are muscle strengthening equipment that are easy to use and which serve as a support for free weight training using bars and weights. This equipment, which combines robustness, design and innovation, serve to carry out a wide range of exercises such as sit ups, squats, biceps and triceps extensions, chest press, French press among many others. Some key and indispensable exercises in every workout programme. More info

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  • For barbell training the SteelBody Squat Rack is second-to-none, combine it with the utility bench to press, squat, deadlift and row staggering loads up to 226kg.
    SteelBody by Marcy STB-70105 Squat Rack Base Trainer
  • Beefy solid steel framework combined with triangular brackets give the power tower an impressive weight load of 135kg and user capacity of 21.5 stone.
    SteelBody by Marcy STB-98502 Power Tower Rack

    Delivery 3 - 5 working days

    SteelBody by Marcy STB-98502 Power Tower Rack

  • 3 x 3'' solid steel, reinforced triangular brackets and oversized pegs all contribute to the staggering 226kg (500lb) load capacity, so you can lift without restriction.
    SteelBody by Marcy STB-98010 Utility Trainer Power Rack
  • Squat, press, deadlift or row up to 226kg (500lbs) with the safety of the full cage peg & pipe catchers, so you can focus on smashing your new personal best.
    SteelBody by Marcy Monster Rack STB-98005 Power Cage

Buyers Guide for Smith Machines, Cages and Racks

Smith Machines, Cages and Racks are muscle strengthening equipment to carry out free weight exercises, similar to others, yes, but with certain differences, both in terms of possibilities and manufacturing. Some even incorporate multi-position benches to increase exercise possibilities.

  • 1) Exercise possibilities
  • 2) Dimensions and Supported Weight

1) Exercise possibilities

Depending on the type and model, the features of the equipment (Smith Machines, Cage or Rack), can vary and, therefore, the exercise possibilities with free weights too.

2) Dimensions and supported Weight

It is very important to bear in mind the weight supported by the apparatus, in order to know beforehand the maximum intensity at which you can train. You should also bear in mind the dimensions to ensure that you have enough space at home for the apparatus.


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