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Rogue Grip Trainer

Rogue Grip Trainer

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Rogue Grip Trainer (with Loading Pin)

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Monster Lite to Infinity Retrofit Kit - Single
For use with 2x3 Infinity Uprights

Rogue Grip Trainer

Co-developed with our resident strongman and grip expert Steve Slater, the Rogue Grip Trainer is a fully-adjustable resistance tool designed for use with an existing Monster Lite Series rack/rig.* The attachment is manufactured in Columbus, Ohio, from 3x3" 11-Gauge Steel, and it mounts to an ML upright in a pin-and-clasp style, much like a J-cup. The gripper features a 42" (overall) long nylon webbing strap with slots sewn every 2" to allow for different height adjustments. Two carabiners are included standard for quickly connecting the strap to a kettlebell, plate, or other weighted medium. By adding an optional loading pin to your order, you can easily use any increment of standard bumper or Olympic plate as your chosen weight.

* For owners of an Infinity Series rack/rig, we do offer an Infinity-to-Monster-Lite Retrofit Kit (at an additional cost) that will enable you to use the Grip Trainer.

How It Works

The Rogue Grip Trainer is designed with a slide mechanism consisting of two parallel steel prongs and two powder-coated grip bars (compatible Rogue Shorty Bands are also available for separate purchase). These elements combine with the attached weight source to create a dynamic, customizable resistance system—great for developing superior, lasting grip strength. Simply position your thumb and the bottom of your palms on the front stationary bar (1" diameter), and pull the 0.75" diameter slider bar toward you with your fingers in a squeezing motion. Both the sliding mechanism and the strap’s roller assembly feature quality brass bushings to ensure smooth, consistent movements.


  • Made in Columbus, OH, USA
  • Designed exclusively for use with Rogue Monster Lite Series rigs and racks, or Infinity Series with use of Retro Fit Kit
  • 3x3" 11-Gauge Steel construction
  • Weight: 30.75LB
  • Length: 20" (from upright when mounted)
  • Width: 16.25" (depth)
  • 42" Nylon Webbing Strap with slots spaced 2" for height adjustments (after install, strap hangs 34" below the unit)
  • (2) Carabiners included standard
  • (4) bushings in slide mechanism, (2) bushings in strap roller assembly for smooth motion

See More: Grip Strength Gear Available from Rogue

Gear Specs

Brand Rogue Fitness
Made In USA Yes
Color Black
Product Weight 30.75LB
Length 20" (from upright when mounted)
Width 16.25" (depth)
Other Product Specs 2 Carabiners included
Steel Notes 3x3" 11-Gauge Steel
Rogue Grip Trainer is rated 5.0 out of 5 by 4.
Rated 5 out of 5 by from Is there a way to put this on a wall? I love this product and im sure it works but i dont wanna be buying a whole actual rack just to use it and im just student athelte and i wanna be able to improve my grip with out breaking my bank
Date published: 2018-10-01
Rated 5 out of 5 by from Looked at several Grip Trainer and this one work b Do not have a Rouge rack so bolted it to a structural beam in my GYM "Alaska Functional Fitness"
Date published: 2018-08-13
Rated 5 out of 5 by from worth it Excellent Rogue packaging; unattached and unweighted the pistons felt a little stiff, but without any lubricant they move smoothly once weighted. The Infinity Retrofit is a 1/2" spacer that attaches around the middle of the collar, so it's snug on your side, a 1/2" space on the other. The gripper attaches to Infinity uprights' predrilled 1" and 2" spaced holes -- it continues along the 3" side, resting against the 2" side (plus 1/2" delrin? spacer.) I've pared down to two 88lb Fatbells and several hundred pounds in 5/8", 3/4" and 7/8" chains; I acclimated to Rogue's 5" pullup spheres in a day, get a GripFreak with 88lbs to get my forearms complaining after 10 reps per iteration, and nonchalantly roll up each fatbell to my palm to 10 reps, stopping there out of boredom. So I was concerned I'd have to add a huge mass of chain to both fatbells to get a workout on this. My guess is, I don't let myself start fully extended when doing fatbell rollups, because 10 reps, 88lbs, is unsettling on this. I *can not* grip 88lbs on this with one hand. A pulley should reduce load, so I'm telling myself I just haven't acclimated to this specific movement yet and should be attaching it to my truck by the weekend -- but I think it's more likely I won't be adding a mass of chain to this anytime soon. I assumed the fourth pic was an example of overacting, but it doesn't take too long or too much weight for the gripper to get my face looking like that.
Date published: 2017-04-19
Rated 5 out of 5 by from Love it I have an arsenal of grip gear and this provides a new great angle and feel. The band resistance gives tremendous results. This is a super effective grip developer.
Date published: 2016-05-04
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