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Rogue Neutral Grips is rated
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Rated 3 out of
doesn't fit over fat part of fat/skinny S3 rackI was using the skinny pull up bar on my S3 rack, but these are too narrow to use unless I switch to the fat grip. This should be mentioned in the description.
I had imagined that they would be wide enough to fit the fat bar, and therefore could be used with both. Also they the ground clearance could have been increased by placing the handles a bit higher, but then head-ceiling clearance might be an issue unless you have a high ceiling or a squirrel head).
Have to choose between switching to a fat grip or returning them...
Date published: 2016-07-30
Rated 2 out of
Poor design leads to an okay productAt average male height, 5'11", with the crossbar as high as possible on my standard RML-690, my feet are touching the ground when using the neutral grips, even with knees bent in excess of 45 degrees. This means that any exercise my hips have to bend significantly at the hips or knees unless I want my feet to hit the ground-- this is very annoying and easily avoidable by changing the design of the product. Would have preferred they moved the handles higher up, and don't see a reason why they didn't.
Date published: 2016-01-08
Rated 4 out of
Matthew Mengerink from
Interesting add on.So, this piece works well, but it's important to put your cross brace a bit lower down. It feels a bit awkward to jump really high and to grap onto these grips.
I think a healthy addition to this would be the plastic element much like the J-cup. The metal on metal seems like it's going to wear down over time.
Date published: 2012-11-19
Rated 5 out of
Mike Perry from
Rogue neutral gripsI just received 3 pairs of these last week. They are a welcomed addition to my infinity rig. They are built like a tank, fit perfectly, are adjustable and easy to use. Now that these are in productin all of my pull up needs are met. Bravo Rogue!!