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Nike with the release of the Nike Metcon 2 has drawn in the functional fitness/CrossFit community even more.
The problem with Nike releasing the Nike Metcon 2 is...
I'll be honest, they look pretty similar.
BUT, it appears Nike has mainly taken the opinions of their athletes to improve the overall durability and feel of the Metcon 2 over the first iteration.
So, this is what Nike has changed on the Nike Metcon 2:
These are the main differences from the Nike Metcon 1's outside of the colorways and Nike ID.
Vulcan Absolute Competition Kettlebells are some of the best available for the price. They're casted extremely well and have a very competitive price. We definitely give our recommendation. Read More
The Rep Fitness 3-in-1 Soft Plyo Box is a wooden-framed plyo box that is wrapped in foam and then secured with a vinyl cover. There are a plethora of plyo-boxes available today including foam, wood, resin, and others. This is by far the best value plyo-box available for a safe plyo-box that doesn't break the bank. We highly recommend this plyo-box to anyone in the market, garage gym owner or commercial gym owner. Read More
The Iron Neck Home is one of the best tools currently available to train the neck. We rated the Iron Neck Pro very high in our testing, however, it's out of the price range for most people. The Iron Neck Home takes many of the features of the Pro Version and packages it at a better price point. This is the Iron Neck we'd suggest for most people. Read More
REP Fitness has been doing a complete redesign of their power racks and the REP SR-4000 Squat Rack is exactly that. Based on REP’s best-selling rack, the 4000 Series Squat Rack improves in nearly every area and is by far the sturdiest squat stand we’ve tested. There are drawbacks to the design related to the size of its footprint, but if you’re looking for a somewhat budget-friendly squat stand, this is a tremendous option. Read More