HulkFit 1000-Pound Power Cage | Multi-Purpose Design and Features

The HulkFit 1000-Pound Power Cage is a fully-functional power cage with a multi-purpose design and features. With this in mind, the entire frame is 11-gauge, 2.5” x 2.5” heavy-duty steel with an H-shape base for increased stability and safety. The bottom also has rubber feet, which adds to the stability. The cage is a combination of yellow (mainly) and black colors.

Moreover, apart from admiring its capability of sustaining 1000 pounds of weight, I like the fact that it comes with steel safety bars and extra J-hooks. Additionally, it includes two dip bars with safety locks on them for complete safety during intense training.

You can efficiently perform all your power and strength training, including squats, shoulder and bench presses, and deadlifts, without any safety concerns. It also provides you with the comfort and ease of 2 diamond-design steps for perfect stepping within the cage, foam grips on the bars, and rubber feet to ensure stability.

The HulkFit 1000-Pound Power Cage gives you another fantastic option for a power cage. You will be able to set this up quickly and easily, and it also has a lot of customizable options (sold separately) to make sure that you get everything you need.

Learn more in my complete review below

HulkFit 1000-Pound Power Cage
HulkFit 1000-Pound Power Cage

Product: HulkFit 1000-Pound Power Cage

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Warranty: 2 years limited

My rating: 9/10

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Note: Some of the images contain optional accessories.

Details and Specifications

  • Assembled dimensions: 47L x 49W x 86H inches (120L x 124W x 218H cm)
  • Assembled weight: 165 lbs (75 kg)
  • Max. weight capacity:
    Rack: 1,000 lbs (453.5 kg)
    Dip and chin-up bars: 400 lbs (181.4 kg)
  • Possible exercises: 30+
  • Warranty: 2 years limited

Power Cage Frame construction

The HulkFit 1000-lb power cage has 11-ga, 2.5″ x 2.5″ steel bars that provide a pretty decent sturdiness. As the name suggests, it should support weights up to 1,000 lbs (453.5 kg), which should apply to the included safety bars and J-hook. Users have also reported it to hold loads up to 800 lbs (363 kg) with no problem.

HulkFit 1000-Pound Power Cage

All the bars in the cage construction come coated with a thick layer of a corrosion-resistant paint finish. The colors used are yellow for the uprights, black for the base and top bars, and safety bars. These are the only colors available for this power rack.

The fully assembled cage is not extremely heavy. Without any weights attached, it is approximately 165 lbs (75 kg). This weight alone should provide enough stability. However, if you’re wondering, the base bars don’t have pre-drilled holes in them for anchoring it to the floor. They do have nylon caps for extra protection, though.

The HulkFit power cage is a bit smaller than a commercial-grade cage. Nonetheless, it is roomy enough to execute all in-cage exercises, such as squats or dips. Its footprint is approx. 47″D x 49″W (120 x 124 cm), while its height is close to 86″ (218 cm).

The distance between the upright bars inside the cage is approx 44″ (112 cm). Thus, the cage will accommodate Olympic (7′) bars. A bar does not come included with the cage.

The maximum height of the cage (86″) is given by the pull-up bars, while the rear top of the unit is approximately 81″ (206 cm) above floor level. Therefore, you will need a ceiling height of at least 92″ (234 cm) to be able to execute all the pull-up and chin-up exercises properly.

The pull-up bar can be attached upside down to gain a few inches of clearance above the unit, but this way, it may considerably hinder the execution of squats and other exercises inside the cage.

Other parts

The unit’s upright bars feature 17 attachment holes for the safety bars, J-hooks, and dip bars. The distance between them is 3″ (7.6 cm) while the distance between their center is ~4″ (10 cm).

The front top bar of the rack comes equipped with a set of pull-up handles. These have a multi-grip design. Therefore, they allow a close standard grip, a close parallel grip, a wide parallel grip, and a wide oblique grip.

The grip bars weld directly to the top frame bar. The distances between the parallel grips are 12″ (30.5 cm), and respectively 24″ (61 cm). The distance between the side oblique grips is approx—40″ (102 cm).

HulkFit 1000-Pound Power Cage
HulkFit 1000-Pound Power Cage

Last but not least, the rack’s rear base bar features two diamond-patterned plates for low rows. Of course, you will need the lat attachment to execute low rows, which does not come included.

Power Cage Included accessories.

Apart from the top pull-up bar, which is part of the frame, the HulkFit 1000-Pound power cage comes with three sets of accessories. To begin with, just like any other power cage, it includes two safety bars.

However, as opposed to other power cages’ safety bars, the ones included with this cage also have welded J-hooks at their front ends. The safety bars have a maximum weight capacity of up to 1,000 lbs (~453 kg).

The unit includes an additional set of standard J-hooks. These can either serve their primary purpose as holders for your main press bar or support another bar. Both the safety bars and extra J-hooks are easy to relocate and attach to the upright bars.

The HulkFit 1,000-Pounds Power Cage also includes a set of dip handles. These have a multi-grip design. Their inner grips are at an angle. The average distance between them is 20″ (51 cm).

Their exact weight capacity is not specified, but several users have reported that they could perform dips with a total weight (body + attached weight) of 400 lbs (181.4 kg).

HulkFit 1000-Pound Power Cage

Power Cage Available Add-ons

There are several add-ons available (not included) for the HulkFit 1000-lbs. The first one to mention is the lat pulldown attachment. This is a pretty standard lat pulldown. It connects to the rear part of the rack.

It has a weight capacity of up to 500 lbs (226.7 kg) and comes with 2″ posts for Olympic weight plates. Its dimensions are 16″D x 28″W x 84″H (40.6 x 71 x 213 cm).

The lat attachment integrates five nylon pulleys with sealed bearings for smooth operation. Its cables are steel-made, PVC-sheathed, rated for 1,000 lbs (453 kg) tensile strength. This attachment comes with a standard lat bar and a short, low row bar.

The other notable add-on available for the HulkFit 1000-Pound Power Cage is the Cable Crossover set. The two crossover elements attach to the power cage’s side sections rendering it approximately 120″ (305 cm) wide.

Their weight carriages are similar to that of the lat attachment. They can be loaded with 500 lbs (226.7 kg) each and have Olympic (2″) pegs.

The upright bars of the crossover elements feature 19 positions for the mobile pulleys. The distance between the adjustment holes is approx—3″ (7.6 cm). Also, the mobile pulleys swivel 180° side-to-side to adapt better to the exercises you perform. A set of D-handles for them also comes included with the cable crossover.

HulkFit 1000-Pound Power Cage
HulkFit 1000-Pound Power Cage

Possible Exercises

  • Pull-ups
  • Wide grip pull-ups
  • Muscle pull-ups
  • Behind head pull-ups
  • Around the world, pull-ups
  • One-arm pull-ups
  • Cliffhangers
  • Weighted pull-ups
  • Chin-ups
  • Close grip chin-ups
  • Wide grip chin-ups
  • One hand chin-ups
  • Weighted chin-ups
  • Dips
  • Weighted dips
  • Band-resisted dips
  • Dip to leg raise
  • Side-to-side dips
  • Gironda dips
  • Reverse Gironda dips
  • Hanging knee raises
  • Hanging leg raises

    HulkFit 1000-Pound Power Cage
  • Push-ups
  • Deadlifts
  • Calf raises
  • Squats
  • Wide squats
  • Twisting squats
  • and more

Power Cage Assembly and Maintenance

Since this is only the HulkFit power cage without any pulley attachments, its assembly is pretty straightforward. It shouldn’t take more than one hour. The manual provides pretty clear assembly instructions, and an essential toolkit also comes included.

Once assembled, maintenance doesn’t require much. Therefore, all you have to do is keep the unit clean, wipe off any sweat droplets that may fall onto the frame after the workout, and periodically check for loose or damaged parts.

Pros

  • Sturdy frame, all-steel made, rated for loads up to 1,000 lbs;
  • Multi-grip handles included;
  • Multi-grip pull-up bars;
  • Pull-up and dip handles included, rated for loads up to 400 lbs;

    HulkFit 1000-Pound Power Cage
    HulkFit 1000-Pound Power Cage
  • Solid steel safety bars with J-hooks at their ends;
  • An extra set of J-hooks also comes included;
  • 17 adjustment positions for the safety bars, J hooks, and dip handles;
  • Lat attachment available (not included);
  • Crossover attachments available (not included);
  • Over 30+ possible exercises;
  • Easy to assemble;
  • Little maintenance is required.

Cons

  • Weight holders do not come included.

Note: Some of the images contain optional accessories.

HulkFit 1000-pound Power Cage Summary

The HulkFit 1000-Pound Power Cage is a pretty standard power rack featuring a pull-up station with multiple grips, a set of safety bars with J-hooks attached, and an extra set of J-hooks. The rack also includes a set of dip handles.

Moreover, it’s a sturdy piece of equipment that offers the possibility of performing more than 30+ exercises and even more if you opt for the crossover or the lat attachments.

I hope you found this article helpful and informative. If you have anything you’d like to share or any opinions about my website, please speak up. I look forward to your comments, questions, and the sharing of ideas.

4 thoughts on “HulkFit 1000-Pound Power Cage | Multi-Purpose Design and Features”

  1. This looks like something that may work better for me. I had a Bowflex, but I have to move around a lot for work. That thing was such a pain. I had to fight to get it through doorways and down halls. I need something that disassembles easily and is something I could pack up and move to a new location without feeling like it’s not worth it.

    Reply
    • Hello, thanks for sharing with us. To move this power cage around would require disassembling. It would be about a one-hour job by yourself.

      Best regards,

      Robert

      Reply
  2. I am trying to build my home gym. And this seems to be something quite common these days. I like that this power cage is made of steel. And another thing that is very important for me is its sturdy frame. Being able to adjust the bars gives us so many possibilities. I think I read we have 17 adjustment positions. All these things have made me want to include this power cage in my home gym.

    Reply
    • Hello Abel, if you like lifting free weights instead of weight stacks, power cages are a great addition to any home gym. Thanks for joining the conversation by sharing your thoughts with us.

      Reply

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