Rogue Deadlift Platform

Rogue Deadlift Platform
Rogue Deadlift Platform
Rogue Deadlift Platform
4.3/5

Builtscore

4.3333333333333 out of 5 based on 6 customer ratings
Based on 6 Ratings

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PRODUCT HIGHLIGHTS

Speed work is an essential component of any strength program, and a dependable platform can build the literal foundation for it. The 8′ x 4′ Rogue Deadlift Platform features a 2×2″ 11-Gauge Steel frame, and ships standard with (2) floor plates.

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Made in USA

Product Summary & Specs

Speed work is an essential component of any strength program, and a dependable platform can build the literal foundation for it. The 8′ x 4′ Rogue Deadlift Platform features a 2×2″ 11-Gauge Steel frame, and ships standard with (2) floor plates. This design allows for safe band use outside of a power rack without having to bolt the platform to the floor (our standard Oly Platform, by comparison, requires bolting to the ground for band work).Customers can quickly assemble the Rogue Deadlift Platform thanks to a bolt-together design and laser-cut / precision-bent gussets. The provided band pegs are extra long to work with longer specialty barbells in addition to standard barbells, and a set of floor clips are included to secure each end of the platform to the ground.

Made In USA

Yes

Color

Black

Length

8'

Width

4'

Steel Notes

2×2" 11-Gauge Steel

Foot Print

4' x 8'

Other Product Specs

Band Pegs Included

GGR Reviews

Rogue Deadlift Platform
Rated 4.3333333333333 out of 5 stars
6 ratings
GGR Builtscore: 4.3/5
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