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Socal Econ Bar & Plate Set

$475.00

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SoCal Econ Bar & Plate Set

If you’re just starting out, start out smart. This is the next generation of entry level packages for CrossFitters and functional athletes, combining the outfitting expertise of Rogue and one of the nation’s leading Affiliates, CrossFit SoCal.

The Econ Bar and Plate Set is based on one of the original packages available in the first iteration of the CrossFit SoCal store in San Diego, and offers unparalleled value—with free, fast shipping to get your gym up and running.

Package Contents

(1) Rogue 20KG Beater Bar

31mm diameter Oly bar with black zinc/bright zinc coatings and 1 year warranty against breaking or collar separation. For an adjusted price, you can choose to replace the Beater Bar in this package with a 28.5mm diameter Rogue Echo Bar, the women’s Bella Bar, or our top tier Rogue Ohio Bar.

(1) 160 LB Rogue HG Bumper Set

Includes (2) 10LB, (2) 25LB, and (2) 45LB plates.

(1) Pair of Spring Collars

Simple but effective, these are the same collars athletes have trusted in their power and Olympic lifting regimens for decades.

See more Rogue Equipment Packages here.

Gear Specs

Brand Rogue Fitness
Made In USA No
Bars (1) Rogue Beater Bar
Bumper Plate Type 160 lb Rogue HG Bumpers (2) 10lb, (2) 25lb, (2) 45lb
Collars (1) Spring Collar Set
Socal Econ Bar & Plate Set is rated 4.5 out of 5 by 2.
Rated 4 out of 5 by from Nice set for the price :) VERY DETAILED REVIEW Sorry guys this is going to be a very detailed review. Trying to use the most adjectives to describe it for you guys in detail because there was no reviews, but one when i bought this. Kind of hard trusting one review. Share the knowledge you know :). BAR: Nice set, just got them. The Beater Bar is definitely solid, long, and the knurling is perfect. Not to rough, and not too smooth. Wasn't tearing into my skin, and it wasn't slipping from my hand. The bar does have a nice spin to it, so if you do Olympic weight lifting it would be OKAY, but understand the bar IS FREAKEN STURDY, it has NO WHIP, so if you are used to the whip you get when bringing the bar up, and onto your shoulders, expect some fight. This ain't going up easy, but for practice I PERSONALLY think it will do very well :). Some of the best athletes in history didn't use the best equipment. Sometimes garage style lifting can do wonders. At first i thought the bar might have been a 55 lb bar because it felt pretty heavy. I was already getting my hopes up, but when I weighed it, it showed around 44.5 lbs which most likely its 45 because the scale I use is a cheap body scale. WEIGHTS Two things i need to note, the weights do not look smooth like they do in the photo. They are more like recycled tire rubber. WHICH IS PERFECTLY FINE WITH ME, but I am sure there will be others out there who will be disappointed they did not get their weights looking all nice like they came out a wax museum. Also, i weighed the weights, and they were the exact weight, or off by just a bit. Nothings perfect. For the most part the 45s, and 25s are really nice and stable. The 10's on the other hand feel pretty wobbly. They literally feel like i could bend them if i really tried. When i had the bar with just the 10s they stood the bar up, but will begin to bend a bit, i was frightened they eventually will bend completely so i put the 25's on for support. That was just deadlifting, imaging weight lifting, and just letting the B**** drop. Yeah, naw, thats going to bend for sure. I do not mind, but im sure others will. The 25s and 45s feel like they can take some abuse, which i do like. One last thing about the weights. They literally FIT LIKE A GLOVE on the bar. It is a tight fit. There is literally no gap between the ring of the weight, and the bar. TIGHT! The reason i bring this up is because if you use or are going to use other types of weights on the bar, expect for some of those weights to either fit REAL LOOSE, or not fit at all. This thing is precise. Which is NOT A BAD THING considering wobbly weights on a bar can hinder performance if you are trying to be optimal as possible on your lifts. Packaging They came in 3 separate boxes, and one long tube for the bar. They were in nice shape. No issues what so ever. Came within i would say 7 days of when purchased. SUMMARY To summerize, I WOULD RECOMMEND this set :). I got this because my 24 hour fitness gym membership expired, and after considering the price of this, a bench, and standing squat rack i will purchase later on amazon, PLUS gas, in the long run I will be saving money.(Not considering the variety you get at the gym with equipment. I like the simple stuff so if you like different machines maybe a membership is good for YOU.) I like the set, and I will be waiting a few months before I follow a new review on how the bar is doing, progress in fitness, and how it does with different weights on and with new equipment. I gave it a 4 out of 5 because of the flimsy 10lbs weights, which im fine with, and the fact they didnt look all shiny like in the photo. Thanks for reading my long review people :) PEACE! (IF YOU WANT TO READ THE MATH) Here was a sample of my math to give you an idea. The membership at my gym from Cosco is 375 US dollars for 2 years. That rounds to around 14 dollars a month. According to the IRS reimbursement of mileage, which is what i went by, per mile is 23 cents, and that's taking the low consideration which is not business expense but moving which they pay less for according to the IRS. Now the shortest distance from my home and the gym, according to google maps, is 3.5 miles(Round trip 7miles), that's $1.61 dollars round trip if i go once a day. Let say I go three times per week minimum, that's $4.83 dollars a week in gas. Four weeks in a month equals, $19.32 dollars, and 12 months in a year, $231.84 dollars. The membership is for 2 years, so that's $463.68 dollars in two years. The standing squat rack, and bench cost around $120 in total, plus what i paid for the weights at rouge, $511 dollars roughly because ROUGE gives free shipping. So that's $631 dollars in total. The membership, plus the gas would have been, $375 for membership, plus two years of gas spent, 463.68 dollars, equals $838.68 dollars in total. In the long run I will save, and will have the weights at home, wont need to go no where, or renew memberships. I tried to be generous about the prices, and examples of what i will spend. :)
Date published: 2016-03-16
Rated 5 out of 5 by from Good for a beginner weightlifting set Bought this because it was a good bargain deal. I compared it to other weightlifting brand sets and this is a good bang for your buck. I upgraded to an econ bar because the diameter is smaller. Been banging it on the floor for a couple of months when i do my snatches and clean and jerks and its still holding up. and shipping was great. Rogue keep up the good work.
Date published: 2015-07-16
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