Yukon Fitness Heavy Duty Plate Rack / Tree Model HPR-129
- Improved Design for a Safer, More Stable Unit
- Fits Both Standard & Olympic Plates on the Same Unit
- 2" x 2" Tubing Stabilizer Legs
- 6 Staggered Storage Pegs
- Plate Weights are NOT Included - Sold Separately
- Weight: 29 lbs.
- A 15% Restocking Fee will be charged for Returns on Yukon Products
This improved tubular design is not prone to the warping and bending common to units constructed of flat steel. The stabilizing legs are constructed of heavy 2" x 2" tubing to produce a safer, more stable unit. Six staggered pegs accommodate standard and olympic plate weights.
Maximum Muscle Gain Workouts
For maximum muscle gain, the focus of your workouts should consist of free weight exercises - not machines or bodyweight exercises. This is not to say that you should not use machines or bodyweight exercises, but they should not be the focus of your training.
To get an effective, muscle blasting workout, you must stimulate the most muscle fibers as possible, and machines do not do this.
Free weight exercises like the dumbbell press or squat, for example, put a very large amount of stress on supporting muscle groups. That's why you will get fatigued faster and not be able to lift as much weight as you did on the machine. But you will gain more muscle, become stronger very quickly and have a true gauge of your strength
If you use machines in your program, they should be used to work isolated areas and only after all multi-jointed exercises have been completed.