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There are genuinely two main designs of slab, horizontal and vertical holders. As a general rule, horizontal racks support more weight, as they have a much lower centre of gravity so are a lot less likely to topple over. On the downside, they take up far more floor area, which is in high demand if you only have a limited space to training in. Vertical racks use a far smaller footprint, but make sure that you put your heaviest dumb bells towards the bottom of the carrier to lower its centre of gravity. One of the important considerations of buying a slab is how much you are likely to spend on it. Larger holders with greater carrying volumes tend to be more expensive than smaller sized ones, but you can pick up a bargain by looking for a high quality second-hand dumbbell rack, particularly from an old gym or health centre that is closing straight down.

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