Rogue Infinity Rig Power Rack System Review December 2018

Rogue Infinity Rig Review

Updated December 1, 2018

A rig power rack system will allow you set up a safe power training area for multiple users. Because rigs can be constantly added to, the size of them is open ended. The world’s most popular rig is the Rogue Infinity. This beast of a set-up is the official rig for the World Cross Games. Let’s check out if it deserves to take pride of place in your garage gym.

Zooming in on the Rogue Infinity Rig

 Rogue Infinity Rig

Rogue Infinity Rig

The Rogue Infinity Rig is basically a number of Rogue Infinity power racks that are joined together to allow for multiple use at the same time. It is manufactured with 2 x 3 inch, 11 gauge steel. This is an inch less than the Monster series, but still provides plenty of rigidity in the uprights. While coming in four standard lengths (10’, 14’, 20’ and 24’), it can be expanded in four and six foot sections. All of the hardware for bolting the rack together is made from ⅝ inch hardware.

The Infinity Rig features Westside hole spacing, which provides you with one inch spacings through the bench press zone and two inch spacings through the squat and deadlift areas. The pullup bars provided give plenty of clearance to perform chin ups, pull ups and muscle ups. These rigs are designed to be bolted to the floor for maximum strength and rigidity.

The number of users that the rig accommodates is dependant on the size rig your purchase. The squat / bench press capacity ranges from two on the I-10 to six on the I-24. the number of pull up bars in the perimeter of the unit goes from six on the I-10 to 14 on the I-24. The Infinity rig features extremely user friendly j-cups that are covered in a thick plastic to protect your bar from scratches. There are also a huge number of accessories that can be added to the Infinity rig. Overall this is an ideal set-up for a multi use garage gym.​

PROS

  • Very rigid
  • Westside hole spacing
  • User friendly j-cups

CONS

  • Stride limited to 15 inches

Rogue Infinity Alternatives

Rogue Monster Rig 2.0

Rogue Monster Rig 2.0

The Rogue Monster Rig 2.0 is, as the name suggests, a beefed up version of the Infinity Rig. It provides you with thicker steel uprights ( 3 inch by 3 inch compared with 2 inch by 3 inch for the Infinity) for a more robust support when pushing ultra heavy poundages. The Monster 2.0 also gives you more bar placement options with two-inch on center hole spacing on all four sides of the uprights.

The Monster 2.0 provides you with a greater range of pull up / chin up options and has a separate muscle up bar that provides greater freedom of movement. Parallel cross bar beams provide the ultimate in rigidity, allowing up to sixteen people to use it once without any problems.

PROS

  • 3 inch x 3 inch 11-gauge steel uprights
  • Hole spacing on all four sides of uprights
  • Parallel cross bar beams

CONS

  • Expensive​
Titan T-3 Series HD Power Rack

The Titan T-3 Series H-D Power Rack is a single user unit that provides a very stable base from which to squat, deadlift, bench and do pull ups. The 2 inch by 3 inch steel tubing is the same dimensions as you get with the more expensive Rogue Infinity.

Titan T-3 Series HD Power Rack has a max weight capacity of 1000 pounds and is extremely rigid. Four weight posts provide a convenient plate rack while also further strengthening the stability of the unit.This rack makes use of the Westside hole pattern, with a combination of one inch and two inch to accommodate benching and squatting. There are two chin up bars, with varying dimensions; 11/4” and 2”. The j-hooks that come with this unit are very solid and easy to use.

PROS

  • Inexpensive
  • Westside hole pattern
  • Plate rack storage

CONS

  • Only single user
Rogue Monster Lite Monkey Rig

The Rogue Monster Lite Monkey Rig provides you with everything you’d expect in a good power rack. Then it adds a standard element of boot camp training, the rung ladder. On this impressive unit, you get a 24 rung progression of monkey bars. The modulated heights and differentiated angles of the bars d extra challenge.

The Rogue Monster Lite Monkey Rig is made with 3 x 3 inch 11-gauge steel uprights. The unit is six feet deep and provides you with six bench press / squat stations and ten pull up stations. You also get six 43-inch single pull up bars, along with four 70-inch single pull up bars with pass-through construction for greater flexibility on moves like muscle-ups. You are also able to add many extras to this unit.

PROS

  • Rung ladder
  • 3 x 3 inch 11-gauge steel uprights
  • Multiple pull up bars

CONS

  • Large footprint and height requirements

Conclusion

The Rogue Infinity Rig is the ultimate training solution for a garage set up that caters to a large number of trainers. It provides all the rigidity you’ll need, while also providing full customization and room for expansion. With this unit, you’ll be able to have up to 14 guys training at the same time.

If you’re after a more beefed up version that also provides you with a boot camp style rung ladder workout, then you’ll absolutely love the Rogue Monster Lite Monkey. This is a heavy duty multi use unit that comes in with a heavy duty price tag.

For those on a more modest budget who are after a solid reliable workhorse to keep them safe when squatting benching and doing pull ups, the Titan T-3 Series H-D Power Rack is a far more affordable option. Be aware, however, that this unit is only suitable for a single user.

Rogue Infinity Rig

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jim roose

My name is Jim Roose. I'm a former competitive power lifter and gym owner. I've bought millions of dollars of fitness equipment over the last 20 years. This site is my way of giving back to the fitness community that's done so much for me. Every article on here is carefully researched and written by me. Leave a comment if you have any questions.


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