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- Scott S.Verified BuyerReviewingRack MountI recommend this productWhat best describes you? AthleteWhat best describes your training style? Functional strength trainingWhich of the following best describe your training goals? Rehabilitation and building back strength, General health and wellness, Preparation for a sports season or eventWhat movements/exercises do you most use your ANCORE for? Tricep Extensions, Rows, Facepulls, Chops, PulldownsRated 5 stars1 hour agoThe best option for a squat rack setup
This is the best option if you want to mount your Ancore to a squat rack. It’s a huge improvement over the Velcro strap that typically comes with the unit. It is so fast and easy to move it up or down on the rack now!
- Jake H.NE, United StatesVerified BuyerReviewingRack MountI recommend this productWhat best describes you? Home Gym OwnerWhat best describes your training style? Functional strength trainingWhich of the following best describe your training goals? Bulking upWhat movements/exercises do you most use your ANCORE for? Rows, Chops, Presses, PulldownsRated 5 stars1 month agoRack mount
Bought these for the Pros and use them on the horizontal top of rack for pull downs and tricep extensions as they are solid in the horizontal compared to straps.
- Lee B.Verified BuyerReviewingRack MountI recommend this productRated 5 stars4 months agoGreat mount!
Easy to move
Stays flush, and does not move
making sure your squat rack is compatible
Uprights between 2 and 4 inches thick.
Hole spacing of 1, 2, 3, or 4 inches apart (center to center).
Holes between 5/8 and 1 inch in diameter