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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.

Ryan Faucher

I'm a web designer and kettlebell enthusiast on a quest to lose fat, build muscles and live a healthier lifestyle. I truly believe that exercising with kettlebells in conjunction with dieting is the most effective and efficient way to reach this goal. If you have the will and motivation, there is no reason you can't do the same.
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