Pros & Cons
What we like ...
- Height can be adjusted in 1-inch increments
- Platform can go from 12-60-inches
- Wheels allow it to move easily
- T-bar offers free-standing stability
- Slip-free landing surface
- Wrapped foam pad on top bar help prevents head injuries
What needs improvement ...
- Takes up a lot room
- Despite wheels it doesn’t move easily
- Assembly instructions were not clear
- Installation was time-consuming
- Fairly expensive
The Ronin Plyometric Machine is a solidly-constructed piece of exercise equipment with many stand-out features such as the wide range of height adjustments, the weight capacity, and the safety measures. It definitely has its place in the fitness community, but probably really only fits into home gyms that have a substantial amount of space The 60-inch Ronin takes up a lot of space. This machine would be great for collegiate strength coaches.
The sturdy Ronin Plyometric Machine allows users to perform a variety of box jumps and step-ups, as well as plyometric push-ups. It eliminates the need for multiple boxes. The rounded, slip-free, 4-inch thick foam landing platform and the foam encased head pad helps eliminate common plyo box injuries. Additionally, the counterweight system works well for raising and lowering the platform and the 2-inch laser cut height indicators make it easy to see how high the platform is.
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The Ronin Plyometric Machine is a solidly built piece of equipment that eliminates the need for multiple plyo boxes and provides thousands of box jump and box step up options. If you have the space and budget, this would make a great addition to your garage gym.