This page goes over all of my favorite Rogue Fitness Equipment that I own and use myself. I bought all of these pieces with my own money. To be transparent, if you purchase through one of my links, I do gain a small commission (no extra cost for you).
I believe in these pieces of equipment whole-heartedly and recommend them to friends and family all the time.
Rogue RM3 Monster Rack 2.0 – Best For “Future-Proofing”
As I said in my video of the best Rogue Squat Rack, the ROGUE RM3 is for those who want the best power rack, with Monster Attachments available, safety-bar included, and the smallest footprint.
You will NEVER have to buy another rack if you purchase the RM3. It's built like a tank, and has holes on all 4 sides of the uprights which means unlimited Monster accessories.
You don't have to buy them all at once, but over time, you can accumulate multiple attachments and build one hell of a rack with everything you need.
You can't do this with the budget option down below.
Watch my video review below:
SML-1 Rogue 70″ Monster Lite Squat Stand – Best Budget Squat Rack
The Rogue SML-1 - 70 inch variant is the best squat rack for those who are on a mid-sized budget, and don’t need all the bells and whistles, but still want something that is of the highest quality.
It doesn’t have the option for many attachments, other than the rogue spotter arms which I HIGHLY recommend, however, if you’re not planning on (or want to) add on attachments in the future, then this is the rack for you.
I have my own written review of it here.
If you want to see my video review, here it is:
And here’s a video of me going over some FAQs about the rack itself:
Rogue Ohio Power Bar – The Gold Standard
If you're looking for a "lifetime" barbell that you can use for the Deadlift, Bench Press, Squats, and Overhead Press (along with every other barbell lift, then the Rogue Ohio Power Bar is the way to go.
It is, like I say in my video review below, the Gold-Standard of barbells.
The benefits of owning a barbell for your garage gym are endless and this is definitely a must-buy if you never want to have to buy a barbell again.
Here’s my video review of the Rogue Ohio Power Bar
Rogue Bumper Plates – Splurge, If You Can
The Rogue Training Bumper Plates 2.0 are great. They will last a life time and they look pretty rad. They are expensive and well made, but that's what you should expect when buying from Rogue.
If you have some money to splurge, get them. You could finder cheaper bumpers elsewhere but I like the Rogue brand too much.
Here’s my video review:
Rogue Jammer Pull-Up Bar – Overbuilt, But Pretty
The Rogue Jammer Pull Up Bar is a heavy-duty pull-up bar that is designed to go above a door frame.
Don't worry however because I put it on my wall and it still works fine albeit with some quirks.
You can do a lot with the Rogue Jammer pull-up bar and I use it for many different functions in my garage gym.
I use it for pull-ups, ring exercises, and ab exercises.
This video review (below) goes over the pros and cons of the Rogue Jammer Pull-up Bar.
Rogue XM-43M Multi-Grip Pullup Bar – Great for Variations
The XM-43M Multi Grip Pullup Bar is a fantastic piece of equipment for your Rogue rack.
Rogue Ohio Lifting Belt – Great for Intermediates
The Rogue Fitness Ohio Lifting Belt is a belt made for intermediates and advanced lifters. If you're looking for a solid belt to assist you in the compound lifts, then this a great belt.
I know there are better belts for advanced lifters, but for an intermediate like myself, I'd suggest this belt.
Here’s my video review:
Rogue Monster Safety Straps – 10x Better Than Pin & Pipe Safeties
The safety straps from Rogue are great because they are easy to change and take off, safer than pin an pipe safeties, and don't sound like nails on a chalkboard when you move them. Get these instead of the pins if you can.