Y-1 Rogue Yoke

Y-1 Rogue Yoke

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Yoke Conversion Kit

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Change your S-1-2-3 Squat Stand over to a Yoke!
Kit includes: 4 Skid Feet, 1 Cross Member & 2 Side Storage
Yoke Conversion Kit without Side Storage

Availability: Ships in 14-30 Days

Change your S-1-2-3 Squat Stand over to a Yoke!
Kit includes: 4 Skid Feet, 1 Cross Member

Y-1 Rogue Yoke

Yoke, Squat Stand, & Sled: All-In-One

The American-made Y-1 Rogue Yoke features 2x3" 11-gauge steel uprights, versatile skid/storage feet, and a weight capacity topping 750 pounds. A modern take on a classic strongman training tool, the 72" Y-1 is the most compact and maneuverable of the Y-Series yokes, positioning easily into almost any training space and creating just a 50"x48" footprint.

The Y-1's fully adjustable crossbar enables simple customization for any workout, from a basic yoke carry to the Zercher carry, Zercher squat, and sled training exercises. The yoke can also be converted for squats, bench or pressing movements, making it a legitimate all-in-one option for a garage gym or larger facility.

To see how other customers feel about the Y-1 training yoke, click the Reviews tab above. You can also check out the other member of the Y-Series here: Rogue Y-2

Rogue Y-1 Yoke Specifications:

  • Made in the USA with US steel or US & CAN steel
  • Height: 72”
  • Total Weight Capacity: 750+ lbs (two side and four corner-post plate storage options)
  • Applications: Pushing, Pulling, Carrying, Zercher, Squat, Press, etc.
  • (2) Uprights: 2x3” 11-gauge steel
  • Crossbar: 3” OD
  • (2) Bases and (4) Skid Feet with Plate Storage Posts
  • (2) J-Cups

Gear Specs

Brand Rogue Fitness
Made In USA Yes
Color Black
Product Weight 185 lbs.
Height 72"
Other Product Specs Weight Capacity: 750LB
Steel Notes 2 x 3" 11-Gauge steel
Foot Print 50" x 48"
Infinity Compatible Yes
Y-1 Rogue Yoke is rated 4.9 out of 5 by 31.
Rated 5 out of 5 by from Quality Build Solid structure, as advertised. Easy to assemble. High quality. Costs a bit to ship, but that's what happens when u mail 200lbs of steel. No regerts
Date published: 2021-01-23
Rated 5 out of 5 by from Most versatile home gym equipment Really enjoying my yoke 2.0 set. It was easy to assemble and I am mechanically challenged. I invested in this because I can squat, bench, do yoke runs, and load implements over the bar. This is a must for every strongman home gym. Also rogue sent me an extra set of yoke “feet” due to the other ones not fitting their standard.
Date published: 2021-01-11
Rated 5 out of 5 by from Solid piece of equipment Solid yoke. Doubles as a rack for squats and bench. Great for a home gym
Date published: 2020-12-26
Rated 5 out of 5 by from Great versatile piece of equipment I love that I can train with this piece in many different ways. Squat, bench, push/pull sled, yoke, etc.. A word of advice, if you’re kinda taller like myself (6’1) then I suggest getting a Y-2 or Y-3 because your head will bump against the crossmember. If you do get the Y-1 this problem is easily fixed by just putting some thicker mats under the legs of the yoke to raise it up a few inches giving you more room.
Date published: 2020-07-10
Rated 5 out of 5 by from good product fit well in my home gym, i recommed this equipement
Date published: 2020-07-08
Rated 5 out of 5 by from Awesome home-gym investment! The Y1 yoke came recommended to me by a friend who has one. He'd bought one pre-pandemic for strongman training with very little garage space on hand. I'm able to utilize it perfectly in my garage for primarily squat, press, bench activities and easily pop it outside for yoke work. The construction is solid and assembly was exceedingly simple.
Date published: 2020-07-07
Rated 5 out of 5 by from Perfect as a squat rack I bought it with the intention to use as a squat rack but was a bit nervous about the hight of the cross bar. At the top height with both pins in my head would hit it just( I'm 5'10") but I moved the bar up one notch so the top pin isn't actually connected and now have plenty of room and the rack is just as stable as before.
Date published: 2020-04-19
Rated 5 out of 5 by from Slightly too short for >6' tall, well constructed. My height is 6'1”/6'2" I have issues hitting my head on the cross member. I had to put the feet on boards to raise it. Especially when racking high bar squats. I slid the bar up so only two pins were anchoring it. It's a bit more wobbly, but haven't had any structural failures at 225-315lbs loaded on barbell. One downside is the feet tend to angle a bit contributing to the slight wobble. *If in garage: remember floor gradient and face parallel to garage door. You'll notice the gradient if facing side walls, perpendicular to door, and will also add to slight movement of feet angle upon racking.* RECOMMEND Y2 for my height. Someone else said they got away with Y1 over >6ft tall, but I'd say incorrect. I'm using flat soled foootware, but keep in mind if you're using power shoes with a heel. I'm going to purchase some and am curious how it affects head clearance. I may even redesign my platform with runners like tracks for me to rest the rack on. It's been in my garage in the humid South, no rust. As far as height concerns in garage... Performing any overhead lifts exceeds Y2 dimensions anyways, with adequate clearance. If you're worried about walking the Y2 height out of your garage door then just disassemble cross bar and load it outside. Summary, the versatility is great. But I do miss the optional add ons that can be placed on a traditional power rack. The height is not adequate for >6'. However yoke carries and zerchers make up for the benefits of power rack stability.
Date published: 2020-04-12
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