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Y-1 Rogue Yoke

Y-1 Rogue Yoke
Yoke Conversion Kit
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

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

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

This Yoke is built to tear up the streets - Use as traditional squat/press stand, Yoke or Push/Drag.  The American-made Y-1 Rogue Yoke features 2 x 3" 11-Gauge steel uprights, versatile skid/storage feet, and a weight capacity topping 750LB. 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" x 48" 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 members of the Y-Series here: Rogue Y-2 | Rogue Y-3


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

See Also: Rogue's Entire Selection of Squat Stands

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 25.
Rated 5 out of 5 by from Phenomenal I've been using the Y 1 yolk for approximate time of 7 months and I absolutely love it. We've had up to 800lbs on just the side posts for a walk and it has held up extremely well. I use it for atlas stone loads, yolk walk, bench and it has been very impressive across the board. My only gripe with it is that Rogue has sticker branding on the side which has got torn up in about a month of use. If you read this Rogue please laser cut your name on the 2.0 version of the yolks whenever you make them. Ps: I had the same issue on my monster lite 690 rack.
Date published: 2020-01-11
Rated 5 out of 5 by from Solution to lacking vertical space for full rack Perfect solution for my basement with lower ceiling.
Date published: 2020-01-10
Rated 5 out of 5 by from Versatility at its finest Wish I had the room for a Y-2, but this Y-1 will get me where I want to go with the addition of the spotter arms. The only think I forgot to take in to account was the footprint with plates stored over the feet. Had to do a little reorganizing. Totally stoked to have a quality yoke, sled, squat/bench rack for a great price
Date published: 2018-12-30
Rated 5 out of 5 by from Buy this yoke!!! Bought this on Black Friday and it is my favorite piece of rogue equipment and I have plenty of rogue items. A must for any home gym
Date published: 2018-12-28
Rated 5 out of 5 by from Best Overall Garage Gym Buy I've had this for 6 months now and I can honestly say it is the most valuable piece of equipment in my garage gym. I am 6'1" and can squat, bench, press with relative stability and then do my strongman Saturday yoke walks. One word of caution: if you are planning on squatting out of the yoke and have the height to do the Y2, it would be more stable since you do not have to put the cross member higher than the posts.
Date published: 2018-09-24
Rated 5 out of 5 by from Awesome! Great piece of equipment! We threw about 500+ lbs on it right away for Yoke Carry.
Date published: 2018-08-27
Rated 5 out of 5 by from Stoked to be Yoked I’ve had my eye on the Y-1 for a year now since building my garage gym. Back then it was initially my plan to have this yoke also serve as my rack. I am a minimalist, the sort of person who travels light and likes to keep things very sustainable. However I also understand the importance of having the right tool for the job, and the aggravation of NOT. And, after many attempts at conniving minimalistic ways to achieve full body strength— at one point the whole of my equipment being a sandbag, a $2 wooden porch baluster, a dozen recycled tires and a $5 twin bedsheet from Walmart— I ultimately settled with the conventional home gym route, much of which is Rogue. Make no mistake: this unit can and absolutely WILL serve as an all-in-one piece of equipment for much, if not most, of the fitness community. However if you are a more serious hobbyist or a competitive lifter, if you plan on moving extreme weights or if you simply want the unshakable rigidity of a commercial piece of equipment, as far as a rack is concerned a full-scale power rack bolted down to the floor is the only way to go if you truly want less inconvenience and limitations while also providing utmost safety. But in no way does that make this yoke superfluous or unnecessary. I am absolutely in love with this thing. In fact, there are certain pieces of equipment which are worth purchasing for one exercise alone. Now that is NOT the case with this yoke, as there is just so much you can do with it. But, just as an example, I purchased a pair of top-loaded farmers handles from a different manufacturer for over $300. There’s really nothing else you can do with them besides farmers carries, but 1) farmers carries are such an exceptional movement, 2) proper implements make such a difference on the effectiveness and enjoyment of the movement, and 3) top-loaded handles are just so convenient, that it was indeed well worth the price. My point is, even if all I could do with this yoke were yoke-related movements (no rack capability, extra storage, etc), I would STILL buy it. But the versatility of the Y-1 has me stoked beyond belief. Overhead walks, traditional yoke walks, Zercher carries, prowler pushes, you name it. I have admittedly let my conditioning slip in the pursuit of strength, but I know that for optimal strength and certainly for optimal health, one must have a certain degree of conditioning. But forget sitting on a stationary bike or jumping rope. This is the alpha manner of conditioning. These movements simultaneously get you incredibly strong and assist your other lifts, unlike typical conditioning methods where you have to altogether replace time spent doing strength work for the sake of cardio. If you are limited in the amount of time you have to lift each week-- as I am-- this is a major bonus. The assembly is very simple and safe, and very doable by oneself. I left all of the hardware just a touch loose so that the skis and structure can settle on the uneven ground outside. I love how when you finish a walk, the skis allow the yoke to continue a few inches past you. The unit doesn’t keep sailing for several feet, nor does it stop short right where you drop it. It’s perfect. At 5’11” I have found the Y-1 to be plenty tall. Setting up for traditional yoke walks I have 7 or 8 empty holes above the top of the crossmember. As far as using it as a squat stand goes, the gentleman who sold it to me was as tall as myself and said that he had no issues using it as such. (I am not advocating doing the following, but I mention it just as a possibility for getting the crossmember even higher up and out of your way for squatting: you could elevate the crossmember to the point where you only engage the bottom pins in the uprights, leaving the upper pins disengaged in the air.) As a matter of fact, considering I already have a full rack with a pull up bar, I would consider a unit any larger to be superfluous and an inconvenience for getting it in and out of my garage. This unit easily clears the door height when walked in and out on my back.
Date published: 2018-02-11
Rated 5 out of 5 by from Perfect item I bought this originally because I wanted a weight rack that could do as many things as possible in one machine and this one delivered. This rack is Very durable and could hold more weight than I will probably ever be able to lift so anyone trying to decide between this and a power rack can feel at ease about that. It’s goes together and comes apart in seconds. One of the major things I grappled with when deciding the y1 vs y2 was my head hitting the crossbar that some people said happens on the y1...I’m 5’9 and haven’t hit my head yet and I would suggest that if someone is having a hard time deciding which one to go with the smaller...you can always get some skids from a loading dock and stack it a few inches and you’ll be fine.While the installation is quick that doesn’t make it easy...I couldnt imagine putting together the y2 or y3 on a daily basis...if you have someone to assist then it’ll probably be alright but otherwise it’s going to be difficult with it being that tall.
Date published: 2017-10-09
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