Rogue P-5V Garage Pull-Up System in the ceiling

Rogue Cliffhanger Challenge

Rogue has finally announced the registration opening of the Cliffhanger Challenge! Are you ready for the second Challenge of the year? Do you have what it takes to compete in the Cliffhanger Challenge? You can find out more about the Rogue Cliffhanger Challenge. Can you hang from a pullup bar? Then you might be a contender! We’ll look at some of Rogue’s pullup bars and other equipment in this article. Here are some of the equipment we are going to look at: Rogue Cliffhanger Challenge – Overview The Cliffhanger Challenge will run from the 5th of March until the 8th of March 2021. The goal of this challenge is to test your grip and be the athlete with the longest [Read more …]

Rogue Monster Cave quarter view
Exercise Equipment

The Monster Cave

Let’s look at the new Monster Cave from Rogue. Working out in your garage or home gym has many advantages. It gives you privacy, saves you money and time, keeps you safe, and prevents you from having contact with other people in this pandemic. But there’s also a downside to it. If you have plenty of gym equipment and accessories, there is also a possibility that they are taking most of your garage/space, and you can no longer maximize it. Seeing this dilemma, Rogue with Reflex Fitness (a Rogue subsidiary) created a complete integration of a power rack with modular storage and cable systems with the new Monster Cave. Here are some of the styles we are going to look [Read more …]

Rogue Horizontal Plate Rack 2.0 full view
Exercise Equipment

Rogue Plate Storage

Let’s review the Olympic Plate Storage from Rogue. You probably have weight plates if you own a commercial gym or a home gym. Whatever kinds of weight plates you have, they, too, along with other pieces of equipment, have to be stored in proper storage to keep them from unwanted damages and keep your surroundings clean and orderly. Here are some of the styles we are going to look at: Olympic Plate Storage – Overview There are different ways to store your weight plates. The classic and the most popular way to keep them is by using the weight plate tree. It may come in different measurements and forms, but they have a similar build – a center post. There’s [Read more …]

Rogue Bear Hug Challenge

Rogue Bear Hug Challenge

Rogue has just announced their first challenge for 2021 – the Bear Hug Challenge. What is it? It’s an online contest to see who can hold a strongman sandbag the longest. It’s already the second month of 2021, but it is not yet late to start giving yourself some physical challenges. Rogue’s Bear Hug Challenge is finally here to test your endurance! This challenge aims to hold your Sandbag for longer than any other competitor in the world. Anyone with access to a strongman-style sandbag can take part in this challenge, which will run from February 12-15, 2021. A $10 entry fee gets you into the competition; $30 gets you entry plus an official Rogue Challenge t-shirt. Once you’ve completed [Read more …]

Rogue 10 Bar Holder with bars
Exercise Equipment

Best Barbell Storage

Let’s review the best barbell storage racks and hangers. Barbells are some of the essential strength training equipment, and if you are into strength training, you probably have one or two in your garage or gym. Barbells are too precious just to be left on the floor/ground or only be stored anywhere. There are ways to store your barbells properly to avoid damage and keep your garage or gym clean and tidy. Here’s some of the styles we are going to look at: Barbell Storage – Overview Whether you want to store your barbells horizontally, vertically, or on the rack, we got you covered. We will show you different racks and storage and how you can keep your barbells out [Read more …]

Rep Fitness Trap Bar full view lift-crop
Exercise Equipment

Best Trap Bar

Let’s review the best trap bars. The trap bar also called a hex bar, is a great way to deadlift without overly stressing your lower back. If you are in the military, you might even recognize this device from the ACFT (Army Combat Fitness Test). What’s great about the trap bar? It lets nearly any body type go heavy on the deadlift. We’re going to review several high-quality trap bars here. Here’s the trap bars we are going to look at: Let’s dive deep on trap bars. Trap Bar – Overview A trap bar is a hexagonal shaped barbell with two large handles welded in the center so you can hop in the middle and take it up by the [Read more …]

Rogue Beastie Xtra Firm Massage Ball back thigh
Exercise Equipment

Mobility Accessories from Rogue

Let’s review Mobility Accessories. Improving physical wellness, toning the body, and improving flexibility don’t necessarily mean going out to the gym or buying expensive workout equipment. You can simply grab small mobility accessories that are inexpensive but are undeniably effective not only in enhancing your body but also in rebuilding strength, mobility, and rehabilitation in less than the scheduled time. Here are some of the styles we are going to look at: Mobility Accessories – Overview Aside from helping you with mobility issues, Rogue Mobility Accessories has many other uses, including rehabilitation, general conditioning, flexibility exercises, plyometrics, pull-up assistance, banded squats, speed and agility training, banded bench presses, jumping, aerobics, and stretching. They also deliver consistent, deep tissue therapy, re-perfusing [Read more …]

Rogue Adjustable Monolift Monster with lifter
Exercise Equipment

Rogue Monolifts

Let’s review the monolifts available from Rogue. Squatting really heavy? You need a monolift. Why a monolift? This device holds the heavily loaded barbell in an elevated position. When you lift the bar up, the holders retract. This means you don’t have to walk the weight out of the rack – or mess up your squat stance. This makes the lift safer, and you save energy for more productive training. The traditional downsides of a monolift are as follows: they are big, they are single-purpose (really only for squatting) and they cost a lot of money. It’s not super-practical to have a monolift in your home gym or garage gym – so why not turn your power rack into a [Read more …]

Rogue Crash Cushion end with a plate
Exercise Equipment

Rogue Crash Cushion Product Highlight

Let’s review the new Rogue Crash Cushion from Rogue. Deadlifting, powerlifting, or weightlifting in your house or apartment, especially on higher floors, seems impossible or impolite because of the noise and the shake. You don’t want to disturb your neighborhood, but you don’t want to go through the hassle of driving to a gym. The answer to your problem is a Crash Cushion. Here’s some of the styles we are going to look at: Let’s take a look. Rogue Crash Cushion – Overview You can now keep the peace with your family and neighbors with Crash Cushion, a new type of noise-dampening pad used when dropping the weights or performing different kinds of lifts. They are long-lasting and exceedingly lessen [Read more …]

Rogue Brick Bag - great for adding weight to your ruck

Rogue Brick Bag Review

Let’s review the new Brick Bag from Rogue. This mini sand bag is versatile and convenient for any sort of fitness use. Spoiler alert – you don’t fill this with bricks. So why the funny name? The original way to add weight to your rucksack (backpack) for fitness was to tape together 2 or 3 bricks. The Brick Bag is a better option though – It’s really a miniature sand bag. Fill it from 0 lbs to 10bs (or 0 to 20 lbs with the bigger version) – and you’ve got a pretty handy little sand bag. Even better, the integrated handle keeps it secure – and lets you use it like a dumbbell or kettlebell too! Here are some [Read more …]