GRIND Alpha3000 Full Cage
The GRIND Alpha3000 Full Cage features easy-to-change safety pins, j-cups with rubber lining to protect your barbell, numbered holes on all four uprights, and a multi-grip pull-up bar designed to get the most out of your workout!
Nothing should hold you back from hitting your fitness goals - least of all, your budget. The Alpha3000 Full Cage costs less than the competitor racks you’ve seen on Instagram, but has the same features and sturdiness.
- Dimensions: 83.5" Tall, 48" Wide, 53" Deep
- Rubber Padded J-Cups (1,000LB Capacity)
- 14 Gauge Steel
- 2"x2" Numbered Uprights
- Textured Pull-Up Bar (600LB Capacity)
- Spotter Bars Included
Frequently Bundled with the Alpha3000 Full Cage
Great quality and was super easy to assemble The Alpha3000 is a great cage and have no complaints
Perfect for limited space
I've been using my Alpha 3000 for a month now, and don't have much bad to say. Most full racks I found on the market were too tall for my single car garage, but at less than 8 feet tall, this one has worked great for me thus far. The included J-hooks are incredibly easy to adjust, and the pull-up bars have a great textured grip and don't get unbearably cold in low temperatures. It's a smaller but still sturdy option for your home gym. Minor critiques: • The spotter bars have a lot of friction since they fit so snuggly through the holes of the uprights. Makes adjusting them a little more tedious than I'd like. • Since this is a budget rack, it's lighter than some others you may have encountered. If you don't have it weighted down or secured to the floor, re-racking too zealously may jostle it a bit. • If you don't already have weight storage, you might wanna consider the Chaos4000 Rack instead. It's a bit more expensive, but I ended spending about the same amount of money overall buying the extra storage attachments for the Alpha3000. Absent the minor critiques above, am I absolutely satisfied with the money I spent to get it!
So far it's pretty good, the uprights are tall, the pull up bars have limited grip angles but they're textured and thicker than you'd think. The bottom plates really anger me because I'm limited at how low i can use attachments, because the lower holes are unusable for most things. There was some rust on the inside of the 2x2 uprights, and some of the paint on the bottom plates were chipping. But the black paint is pretty tough, I used some lacquer thinner to get the GRIND logos off, and the powdercoat was unaffected. The bottom pad of the jhooks aren't really secured with anything other than some cheap adhesive. But so far I like it a lot better than the fitness reality rack, this is a great option for budget friendly racks, better than fitness reality, competitive with rep 1000, and maybe more stable than titan T2. So while the bottom triangular plates really bother me because my attachments like weight plate holders and safety straps can't go far enough down, I'm happy enough.