An exclusive collaboration between Rogue Fitness and Westside Barbell brings a bombproof Reverse Hyper to the market at an unbelievable price.
The Rogue Reverse Hyper decompresses the spine and has no vertical compression on the spine at all. This simple device allows for dynamic strength development in the concentric phase, while serving as a rehabilitation mechanism in the eccentric phase by gently stretching and depressurizing the spine and creating, in essence, an internal pumping mechanism, filling the spinal column with spinal fluid and the low back muscles with blood. Anyone who has injured their back knows that the pressure needs to be relieved and circulation restored to the injured area in order to rehabilitate. This can be used 3 to 4 times a week for therapeutic work but have also had clients that used every day with light weight to get tightness out of lower back area.
Even if you are not injured, this can also be used as an assistance exercise to help build the posterior chain. Often reverse hypers are
the key to getting an athlete that is stuck at a deadlift or back squat weight, progressing again.
Only available at Rogue Fitness, these 14 inch diameter D-Balls have at Matte Black HD Shell built for serious abuse!
They come in 2 weights, 14 and 20 pounds, to match the prescribed men’s and women’s Wall Ball weights for CrossFit workouts. D-Balls are the only product suitable for ball slams. They can also be used for Wall Ball, clean and jerk, thrusters, throws, buddy drills, glute ham wall ball, ball carries and many other movements. They feel like Gel-Filled ball with a textured surface for excellent grip. They are extremely durable and perfect for repeated heavy use whether in a garage or commercial gym.
Most punches are landed when your opponent is on the ground. Why not train that way?
Most heavy bags are made to take a punch, but will fall apart when exposed to the rigors of a CrossFit Gym. The “Off the Chain” weight bag is a new option that can be used effectively – whether for combat or training strength, agility, or power. The 50 lb. bag is mobile, rigid, and durable enough to be slammed, carried, punched, jumped on, jumped over, and even thrown. It is built for the intensity of training so that you can prepare for the intensity of competition. This bag is a great option for heavy bag runs and bag drags since you know it will stand up to the abuse. Working with a bag adds a new dimension to traditional CrossFit exercises like squats, clean and jerks, presses, deadlifts and even thrusters.
The Rogue Butcher was designed with Westside Barbell.
The Butcher has improved on the traditional prowler design. The black powder coat paint means that the grip is better, the hand placement variations allow for different pushes and the weight-bearing bars can be removed for easier storage. Use this to increase your general physical preparedness, strength and endurance.
It can be pushed in either direction, using either the vertical weight bearing bars or the horizontal push handles. Adding heavy pushes to your workouts is one of the best ways to take the strength that you are building and coordinate it into a functional posterior chain.
Increase the functionality of your workouts! These Farmer’s Walk Handles are a collaborative effort between Rogue Fitness and Rob Orlando of Hybrid Athletics. Tax your grip, upper back, lower body
and increase your general physical preparedness all with one tool.
Each pair ships with custom set of spring clamps to keep the weight in place. There is 12″ of loadable sleeve space on each end of the handle. They feature the Rogue Signature Powdercoat for increased grip and durability. They can be used with any Olympic plates including bumpers and cast iron plates.
Of the hardest parts about getting climbing ropes into your gym is figuring out how to hang them. We have taken the difficulty out of the process by splicing an eyelet in to the rope that allows you to throw it over any branch, bar, beam or rafter and then pass then end through the eyelet. If you want to attach it to a beam using an eyebolt, you can pass a carabineer through the eyelet.
There are several methods of climbing a rope including: with feet, without feet, L-sit and inverted. You should master all of them. There are also modified versions where you pull yourself to standing using the rope. This can be used to develop the strength to climb the rope, or can be used a workout for more advanced athletes by forcing them to just touch and go at the bottom.
These are the same ropes that have been used for the past 2 years at the CrossFit Games. In 2010, it became apparent that many people were neglecting rope climbs in their workouts. Don’t be caught unprepared, get yourself a climbing rope and start incorporating rope climbs into your workouts today!
Physical therapists, trainers, and athletes use foam rollers to relieve muscular pain and tightness (often called “”adhesions”", “”knots”", or “”trigger points”"). But conventional foam rollers have smooth, hard surfaces that further compress soft tissue. Rolling on top of them improves blood flow and tissue flexibility, but the effect is limited and relatively superficial, unless you spend a lot of time rolling. The Rumble Roller was created to perform this therapy more effectively. The surface of the RumbleRoller contains specially designed bumps that are firm, but flexible, much like the thumbs of a massage therapist.
As you roll over the top of the Rumble Roller, the bumps continuously knead the contours of your body, gently stretching soft tissue (muscle and fascia) in multiple directions. This action erodes trigger points, helps restore flexibility, and brings quick relief to common types of muscular pain.
They are available in 2 sizes with 2 firmness levels. The original density (blue) works well for most people. The extra firm version (black) is designed for people who have especially dense muscles that do not respond to normal massage pressure.
When you are starting up an affiliate, deciding what equipment to purchase can be daunting. If you get too little, you risk running into bottle necks during classes. If you get the wrong mix of equipment, you could end up in the same predicament, with the addition of extra equipment laying around unused.
Take the guesswork out of it. We have come up with proven packages that maximize the bang for the buck as well as throughput in your classes. We have packages for every affiliate size and the affordable prices will surprise you.
This is quality equipment designed for heavy use in a busy affiliate. You will still be using this equipment 10 years from now after several expansions and hundreds of clients!
One of the problems with painting a wall ball target on the wall is that, even if the athlete misses the target, the ball returns to them and they get to keep going. This is one of the reasons that the original wall ball targets at CrossFit Santa Cruz were placed out away from the loft to which they were attached. Another problem is that your nicely painted walls get all scuffed up.
The Rogue Infinity Rig Wall Ball Target allows you to do wall ball they way it was intended. If you miss the target, you will end up chasing the ball, encouraging strict accuracy.
It is a 16 inch unbreakable steel target and when attached to an 9 or 12 foot Infinity Rack upright, it can be placed with the center line at 9 feet, to meet the women’s standards for the 2010 CrossFit Open, 9.5 feet or the men’s standard of 10 feet. It also has a cross hair target on the face to assist with your aim. This can help you put the finishing touches on your perfect commercial or home gym.
One of the great things about owning a Rogue Squat Stand and Rogue equipment in general is that we are constantly improving our products and adding new features that can be otained as upgrades to your existing equipment or at the time of purchase. For example, the SPX line has improved once again by adding bumper storage.
The base storage can be connected to the S-1, S-2, or S-3 squat stand to maximize space, form, and function in your gym. With the Base Storage Package, you can bolt-on two seven gauge steel tubes – engineered for your stand – and increase your storage capacity by over 1,000 pounds.
Additionally, using this storage adds stability to your squat stands, for lifting as well as for pull-ups and ring work.
Constant innovation and invention are two of the many benefits of owning a piece of the Rogue Equipment. This product, like the rest of the SPX and Infinity lines, is made in the U.S.A. at our own fabrication facility. You just cannot improve existing products or add new ones at the rate we do with an overseas supplier.