Power Towers

Looking for a way to improve your upper body strength? Check out our Power Tower range below for an ideal way to train your back, delta, biceps, triceps, pectorals and core muscles. We offer our Best Price Guarantee (conditions apply) and various payment options including an interest free option. We also offer Australia wide shipping and usually dispatch the next day – for more information on our delivery see our delivery information.

If you are after some advice on which home gym is the best for you, have a look at the home gym buying guide below.

Armortech VKR Power Tower

Armortech VKR Power Tower

Deluxe Power Tower BodyWorx

Deluxe Power Tower BodyWorx

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Using a Power Tower

A Power Tower is a great solution for strength and fitness training, which uses your own body weight rather than manufactured weights. It is a safe and effective way to build upper body strength. They are particularly space efficient, and great for both home and professional gyms.

How should I use a Power Tower?

Power Towers give great results, but as with most training methods and equipment, it is most effective when combined with a proper diet and an appropriate regimen.

With all exercise, it is also recommended that you start with an effective warm up. This both prevents injury and assists in muscle development. There are plenty of different warm up techniques and exercises, we recommend trying a few different approaches and see what works for you.

Primarily, the Power Tower works the muscles of the upper body – back, deltas, biceps, triceps, pectorals and core muscles, as well as muscles stabilizers. Some models have additional options, allowing you to train legs. Power Towers allow you to have different grips for different exercises.

What sort of exercises would I do on a Power Tower?

There’s a good range of exercises you can do on a Power Tower, depending on the model. These include:

Pull ups – working your back, biceps and shoulders

Push ups – working your chest, triceps and shoulders

Leg raises – strengthening your abdominal muscles

Dips – working the triceps, shoulders and chest

Have a read of this article for a comprehensive guide to a Power Tower workout.