Rogue RM4 rack vs TITAN wall mounted pulley
This is a comparison between the Rogue RM4 rack and the TITAN wall mounted pulley including pros, cons, and alternatives. Follow the links for more details.
Rogue fitness vs TITAN fitness
Rogue Fitness is the current market leader when it comes to a functional home gym and commercial gym equipment. They have one of the widest portfolios including racks, barbells, benches, dumbbells, and apparel for the weekend warrior and dedicated athlete. The biggest downside of Rogue Fitness is their comparatively high prices to the competition.
TITAN Fitness is the clear cost leader when you want to build a home gym on a budget that is still similar to what Rogue offers in function, look, and feel. While you will save about half on the sticker price you will run a higher risk of inconsistencies in quality compared to a purchase from Rogue. The equipment will be safe but is more likely to have blemishes, quality issues with welds or that pieces will not easily fit into place. That makes TITAN a good option for a DIY enthusiast who does not mind tinkering with their equipment, but not the first choice to get the best equipment and treat yourself.
Overview and review of the TITAN wall mounted pulley $179
This is an overview of the TITAN wall mounted pulley including pros, cons and alternatives. This article was originally posted in Which gym machine to get from TITAN. Follow the links for additional information.
- Where is TITAN Fitness equipment made
- Is Titan fitness a good brand
- Which TITAN rack to get for under $500
- Which TITAN rack to get for over $500
- Which Bench to get from TITAN
- Which TITAN plates to get
- Which barbell to get from TITAN fitness
- Which gym machine to get from TITAN
Overview of the TITAN wall mounted pulley tower
Pros of the TITAN wall mounted pulley tower
Cons of the TITAN wall mounted pulley tower
Alternatives to the Titan wall mounted pulley tower
Rogue Jammer bar
Rogue lat pull
Conclusion for the Titan wall mounted pulley tower
Overview and review of the Rogue RM-4 Monster Rack
If you want to just lean back and learn about the RM4 in a video you can watch the video above. I have bought the RM4 for my own home gym and I am very happy with it. I invite you to leave a comment on Youtube if you have any direct questions regarding the rack.
Price: 1.300 - 1765$
This review was originally posted in the longer article "Which strength equipment to buy from rogue" in which you can read about 25 products of Rogue which cost more than 1.000$. The Rogue Monster RM4 rack gives a cage for your powerlifting needs without providing a lot of storage options. See the details in this article.
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Overview of the RM4
- Bright Blue
- Bright Green
- Burnt Orange
- Dark Blue
- Gun Metal
- Light Gray
- Rogue Red
- Satin Clear
- Satin Black
How many clients should the Rogue RM4 Monster Rack bring you?
Pros of the Rogue RM4
Cons of the Rogue RM4
Alternatives to the Rogue RM4
- 1x Rogue RML 490C @1.075$
- 1x Metal jerk Blocks @ 1.150$
The RM4 is a bit friendlier on your purse than its big brother the RM6. You still get a good option out of the Monster series to do your workouts in. Be mindful of where to store your plates when you buy the RM4 as it is very unlikely that there will be enough room on the rack itself.