Since I’ve been working out with kettlebells over the last 20+ months I’ve expanded my collection of them from time to time. Although they are small and don’t take up much space individually, having several of them has started to present a clutter problem. If it weren’t for my wife, I’d still have my kettlebells strewn across the floor of my workout space. Thanks to her creative idea of gifting me a kettlebell rack for our wedding anniversary, things are a lot tidier!
Now, for people who have multiple large and heavy kettlebells, a bench style rack is probably a better option. However, for beginners and enthusiasts, a corner vertical rack is a smart solution. If you have a closet next to your workout room, you’ll certainly appreciate the convenience. 4 tiers allow you to store medium and lighter-sized kettlebells with ease. Simply grab which ones you need and start getting those reps in! As a bonus, it even has hooks to hang accessories on.
Even though my collection is on the smaller side, I still have room for another 100 lbs. of kettlebell weights. I imagine this rack will serve me for quite some time. If you’re a beginner or enthusiast looking to organize your collection, you’ll want to check out my review here.