Keiser Power Rack Exercises

By Mac Calloway, Aug 31, 2021

A variety of exercises on a Keiser patented hybrid rack using Keiser's dynamic variable resistance or a hybrid combination to blend iron weight resistance with the air.

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Split Jerk

Split Jerk with Free Weights

Alternating Scissor Jump

Belt Step Up Jump

Continuous Assisted Jump

Belt Scissor Jump

High Pull to Romanian Deadlift

Continuous Squat Jump

Push Press

Push Press with Free Weights

Incline Bench Press with Free Weights

High Pull

Belt Assisted Jump

Single Leg Romanian Deadlift

Back Squat to Press

Glute Bridge

Deadlift

Deadlift with Free Weights

Front Squat

High Pull to Romanian Deadlift with Free Weights

Front Squat with Free Weights

Back Squat with Free Weights

Belt Continuous Assisted Jump

Step Up

Belt Squat

Single Leg Romanian Deadlift with Free Weights

Bench Press

Upright Row

Alternating Bench Press

Bench Press

Bent Over Row

Bent Over Row with Free Weights

Upright Row with Free Weights

Bicep Curls

Belt Forward Lunge

Bench Press

Incline Bench Press

Shoulder Press with Free Weights

Seated Shoulder Press

Assisted Pullups

Alternating Lat Pull Down

Single Leg Glute Bridge

Squat Jump

About the author

Mac Calloway

Human Performance & Education Specialist

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With Keiser since 2015, Mac is a Certified Strength and Conditioning Specialist (CSCS®), Performance Enhancement Specialist (PES) and Titlelist Performance Institute (TPI) certified performance coach. Mac started his sports performance career with the NBA’s Orlando Magic and WNBA’s Orlando Miracle working alongside All-Star caliber players and a future NBA Champion Head Coach. His elite hands-on experience made Mac one of the youngest NCAA Division I Head Basketball Strength and Conditioning coaches at 24 years old.

Mac has coached athletes across a multitude of sports over the last two decades at the University of Dayton, Clemson University, University of Miami, and at DePaul University, where he was named Director of Sports Performance. In addition to his role with Keiser, Mac volunteers his time training and mentoring groups of youth athletes in his community.