Similar to traditional plyo boxes, the RPM Plyo Box offers three heights: 30 inches, 24 inches, and 20 inches. What differentiates this plyo box from the ones seen in most gym settings is its glass-filled nylon exoskeleton, non-slip rubber corners, and rounded edges designed to prevent potential shin injuries.
Anyone who has misjudged the clearance on a box jump knows how painful it can be. This box may reduce any hesitancy before jumping, making it a solid choice for beginners, as well as experienced athletes.
Featuring a hatch panel, the RPM Exobox also has the ability to store equipment. According to the manufacturer, you can keep items tucked away in the box and use it as you would an empty box. Whether you use them for box jumps, weighted step ups, incline push-ups, or Bulgarian lunges, the Exobox is as sturdy as it is functional with little to no wobble. The RPM box is definitely an investment, costing close to $300, but it provides a lot of bang for your buck.