Rogue Power Rack Infinity Series (& Alternatives In Depth)



I’ve had my Rogue R6 Infinity Power Rack for almost 2 years now and in that time we’ve had quite the adventure. This Rogue power rack is in my opinion one of the best you can buy (if you can find it). I also know not everyone can afford or wants a Rogue rack so I compare and talk about alternative power racks from Rogue, Titan, and Rep Fitness.

Whichever rack you choose, this video covers a lot of details on hardware, attachments, and thoughts about a few major companies that make power racks.

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0:00 Introduction
2:02 What’s Included with the Rack
3:59 Curling in the Rack!
4:13 Powder Coat Finish
6:01 Other Rogue Racks
8:09 Rep Fitness Racks (PR 4000 and PR 5000)
9:04 Titan Fitness
10:01 Final Thoughts

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12 thoughts on “Rogue Power Rack Infinity Series (& Alternatives In Depth)

  1. If you guys have specific racks or companies you want covered in my future power rack comparison video let me know in the comments. I'm going to do a much larger comparison video (it's in the works) and want to make sure I don't miss any you're interested in learning about.

  2. Great video and great set up. How long did it take you to get your Rogue deep dish plates? I ordered 3 sets and wondering how long it's really going to take.

  3. what helped me figure out the right rack was determining my budget and whether i wanted it bolted or not. i appreciate seeing the shake here and hope that my rack will be ok with less posts and mini feet. many rogue racks were cheaper but required bolting per Rogue specs. I would be afraid of not following the guidance and it giving me shakes like this with less posts and security if i did not heed the directions. Once i counted the savings from not needing to build a platform to bolt a cheaper rack down, i realized going for an unbolted size actually makes sense.

  4. Your videos have really helped me decide what's best for me and how I want to style my garage gym. Keep up the great work!

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