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Monster Utility Bench

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Rogue Monster Utility Bench

The Rogue Monster Utility Bench has an extra-wide 24” base and a heavy duty 3x3” 11-gauge steel frame.

Manufactured in Columbus, Ohio, the Rogue Monster Utility Bench ships disassembled to greatly reduce shipping costs, and comes with all necessary hardware for set-up, including a set of rubber feet for added sturdiness on uneven surfaces. Customers who order the Monster Utility Bench can also choose between a standard weight bench pad (12” width, 11LB pad weight) or the heavy-duty Thompson Fat Pad (14 ½” wide, 30LB pad weight).


  • Made in Columbus, OH, USA
  • 3x3” 11 gauge steel tubing
  • Footprint: 44”L x 24”W
  • Height: 17 ½” to top of bench pad (19 ¾" for Thompson Fat Pad)
  • Weight (without pad): 52 lbs.
  • Includes hardware for assembly
  • Available with standard bench pad or Thompson Fat Pad
  • Gussets feature laser-cut Rogue "R" logo

Gear Specs

Brand Rogue Fitness
Color Black
Length 47" (with pad)
Width 24"
Height Standard Pad: 17 ½" Fat Pad: 19 ¾"
Steel Notes 3x3" 11 gauge steel
Foot Print 44" x 24"
Other Product Specs Rubber feet to prevent slipping.
Made In USA Yes

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Monster Utility Bench is rated 4.9 out of 5 by 19.
Rated 5 out of 5 by from All benching problems solved. (Please note that by a full bench press solution, I am referring to the monolift and fat pad as a pair. See my Monster Adjustable Monolift review for the other half of the explanation). The Bench: Since the quality of Rogue products is common knowledge, there's not much to say. The tubing on the bench is well beyond overbuilt. Use a 15/16” socket for assembly. The added "R" logo plates are boss. They keep the bench up there with other products in the Monster line, which sports more than just larger tubing and hardware, but exclusive features and fabrication details such as laser-cut numbered holes, gussets, etc. The bench definitely completes the look, and is a point of pride. The rubber feet are an excellent feature. As you become more serious with benching, you realize the absolute importance of your feet not slipping across the floor, nor the bench along the floor, nor your back across the bench. A pair of Chuck Taylor's and a stall mat eliminate the first concern; the Monster Utility Bench eliminates the second; the Thompson Fat Pad eliminates the third. On the other hand, avid benchers and competitors are also very particular about how they position their feet, and the design of the bench’s legs may possibly pose an issue (albeit an easily avoidable one). If you keep your feet tucked way beneath you, you will be fine. If you keep your feet way out in front of you, you will be fine. If you have a wide stance, you will be fine. But since the tubing is so large, and the legs are positioned toward the extremes of the bench, people (such as I) who keep a ~90 degree knee angle may find that the legs get in their way. However since the Fat Pad is so long, simply slide a bit farther down the bench, and the problem disappears. The Fat Pad: The Fat Pad, along with the monolift attachment (see that review for an explanation), have solved all of my benching problems. By problems I mean anything that limits my ability to perform, OUTSIDE of my own strength. These include stupid things like my feet slipping on the floor, my back sliding across the bench, feeling terribly off balance because my bench is too narrow, etc. You don’t want this nonsense getting in the way of your progress. My last bench had a leather pad, so any shirt I wore (granted I don’t have a gripping bench shirt) slipped when using any sort of leg drive. Solution? Take off my shirt. Bare skin against leather, super grippy. Problem solved, right? Not exactly. Worked great in the spring and autumn, but in the summer when it was 90 degrees and humid in the garage and I was sweating bullets, I slipped even worse. Then in the winter when it was 8 degrees outside, it wasn’t the most enjoyable thing wearing a hoodie with no shirt, taking it off during sets, freezing, and quickly rushing to bundle up during breaks. The Fat Pad has an absolutely phenomenal grip to it, but so much so that now I find my shirt grips the bench and my skin will slide along the shirt, so don’t use a very loose shirt. In terms of stability, using the Fat Pad is like having the support of a floor press during a bench press. I definitely feel stronger, more advantageously and more safely positioned, and no more time, physical energy or mental focus is wasted on trying to balance myself on my 2x4 death-plank of a bench. I even had deep red marks (not painful) at the edge of my armpits after using the pad for the first time. So you can see it literally supports the whole upper back.
Date published: 2017-06-28
Rated 5 out of 5 by from Not too shabby I like it. Much obliged Rogue. It is nice. Does not have wheels, but if you need wheels to move a bench maybe you need a Weider.
Date published: 2017-02-21
Rated 4 out of 5 by from Very good bench could be great! I received my monster utility bench with fat pad yesterday and as always with rogue its very high quality. It came packaged nicely and was very easy to assemble. Very heavy duty and sturdy. My other bench is a 10" pad and going to the fat pad feels much better. Much more supportive and easier to keep form. Where they could improve it is narrow the post width down by your feet to give a little more room. I'd also say to cut the bench down some for those who order the fat pad. My last place it could be made better would be to add a set of wheels and a handle to the bench to make moving it around easier. With fat pad it weighs near 85lbs so a set of wheels would be a nice addition!
Date published: 2017-02-03
Rated 5 out of 5 by from Solid bench Got this bench with the Thompson fat pad and I am extremely happy with it.
Date published: 2017-01-01
Rated 5 out of 5 by from Over engineered tank of a bench This is by far the greatest bench I have ever used. All other benches must bow in respect and out of fear. It is much heavier than I envisioned and the pad is just the perfect amount of firm. The rubber feet make it practically immovable and the extra width the fat pad creates is perfect for extra marker storage and makes for a great elbow stabilizer when coloring the box it came in.
Date published: 2016-09-21
Rated 5 out of 5 by from Solid holds heavy people I just got my monster utility bench with fat pad a week ago. It's a very nice simple built piece of equipment, absolutely love how wide it is for us big folk thx again
Date published: 2016-07-12
Rated 5 out of 5 by from Rogue Monster Bench/ Thompson Fat Pad I just wanted to say what a great bench this is. I'm glad I opted for the fat pad. This bench is an absolute beast. It came packaged very well, absolutely no scratches or dings in the paint. It took about 20 minutes to put together by myself. This is my second purchase from Rogue, and both went smoothly, every email I sent with questions or concerns was answered promptly, and it seems like Rogue has an army of people taking and answering any correspondence. I will be purchasing much more from this company. I have their RM4 power rack, their change plates,the fractional plates,this bench, their 2.0 safety straps. I have also bought other accessories from them like OSO barbell collars, and everything arrived packed perfectly. I can't wait till next payday, I plan on buying their 320 lb comp plate set. Keep up the great work, thanks, Steve
Date published: 2016-05-04
Rated 5 out of 5 by from Best bench ever Absolute best bench ever. Sturdy as could be. I also have the fat pad on this...wouldn't ever train without this set up! 10/10 in comfort and durability. This stuff is built like a rock and definitely worth the money.
Date published: 2016-03-10
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