Home Body Building Barbell weight lifting platform for power rack DIY build Body Building Barbell weight lifting platform for power rack DIY build By admin - March 23, 2020 121 21 Facebook Twitter Google+ Pinterest WhatsApp Please Subscribe and Like! Start to finish DIY build of a barbell weight lifting platform designed for a bolt on power rack. RELATED ARTICLESMORE FROM AUTHOR Body Building Roblox All Weight Lifting Simulator 4 Codes 2020! Body Building Total Body Strength Training Without Weights for Women | Home Workout (No Jumping) | Joanna Soh Body Building The 15 Most STUPID Ego Lifters in Bodybuilding 21 COMMENTS Nicely done. It looks really good. Reply waiting for a vid, with a rack on top Reply how did you get around the bit of warping from the OSB boards? Reply Looks very nice. The price for buying a platform is ridiculous. Considering its just plywood and some rubber floor on the sides. However I probably wouldn't use stall mats I have read that they can release toxins etc Reply How much money did you spend on all the material? Reply Great, and attention to detail, built Reply Did you use two 4×6 horse mats, or one? I ask because the boards are 4×8, so I’m trying to see how this would fit. Thanks, I’m building the same platform this weekend! Reply Video & voice was really clear, easy to watch plus extremely helpful, exactly what i was looking for thx. Looking forward to seeing the rack installation. Reply Hi there. I really like your planning and execution of your videos. I would love to know how your novice progression went! Maybe an update video of what the platform looks like now ? Reply Thanks man! You made this look a hell of a lot less intimidating Reply Very nice work 😀 Reply How did that particle board hold up slamming weights on it over and over again? Reply Great video. Thank you. One question. Noticed you used three layers of plywood. Do you think two layers would have been just as good? In other words, two layers down, and then birch on top. That along with the stall mats. Reason I ask is because i'm concerned about the height of my rack. By keeping to two layers of plywood the platform is limited to an inch and a half rather than 2 and a quarter inches. Interested in your thoughts. Reply My platform is starting to warp around the edges, Do you know anything about fixing them? Reply Too much sanding, drilling, etc. Just explain it. We don't need to watch you do it. Otherwise, nice job. Reply This is a great setup and explanation. Thanks for posting. Reply Just a tip edit your videos so that you take out all times when it's just silence between when you are giving info. It will make the video shorter and the viewer isnt waiting to get to the main points or info. Reply How much total area did it occupy in your garage? How long has it held up are you satisfied with the project? Reply Great video! Reply Thank you so much for your video. I used it to set up my own platform. I just used horse stall mats for the top instead of adding a wood topper for the centerpiece. I think I will like the grip of the horse stall mats for bench press. I did have one question though, when you set up the power rack how much space did you leave between the rack and the wall behind it? Reply Is this weather proof for outdoors?? If not, can I make it so? Wood I'm sure I can but how about the rubber pads? Reply LEAVE A REPLY Cancel reply Please enter your comment! Please enter your name here You have entered an incorrect email address! Please enter your email address here Save my name, email, and website in this browser for the next time I comment.