Homemade power rack?

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  1. Layne Staley

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    He has a 425 squats vid where it looks pretty unstable, still pretty badass though if it could be built to last.
     
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    Lol when that wood splits.
     
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    buddy of mine made his own monolift, reverse hyper, CSR, and a few other things...
     
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    Out of wood?
     
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    no... just throwin it out there
     
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    Oh :rofl: I wanted to see pics of the reverse hyper.
     
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    I actually did this in college, used 2x4s and steel pipe. It worked pretty good, but it was pretty light weight, so I always felt like if the shit hit the fan I was likely to tip it over.
     
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    :rofl:wooden monolift
     
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    i didn't know fred durst was into weight lifting
     
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