EXF Rings vs Xtreme Rings Review

EXF rings vs Xtreme rings Review

Check out these reviews, videos and comparisons of EXF Rings vs Xtreme Rings.

Elite EXF Wood Gymnastic Olympic Rings by DocKato
These rings are a great piece of craftsmanship. The straps are robust and the numbers on the straps are well done as well. The rings themselves are big and beefy. I have big hands and these fit them very well. With the unfinished wood, there is no fear of splinters, and no fear of loosing your grip. They are a great product. The price is a bargain for such awesome rings.

Video – Elite EXF Rings Review

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Review of EXF Rings vs Rogue Rings from Scooter
I went for these (EXF) rings versus the Rogue rings because these have a quick way to measure the strap length which works great. I can slap these up at the gym, do my thing and move on without much fuss.

Video – Xtreme Rings in use

Video – Elite EXF Rings Review

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Review of EXF Rings vs Xtreme Rings from Polymath
I’ve been working out (mostly weightlifting) for 4 decades. This is a product that is definitely worth having. There is nothing else that can duplicate the unique benefits of working out with rings. When I started, I could not even hold myself up without shaking all over. 7 weeks later, I can do repetition leg raises and the rings barely move. At a typical dip station, I can do dips with weight attached to me; on the rings, I had to work up to doing a single dip. By using rings for dips and pushups, I’ve added weight to my bench press. By doing body rows on rings, I’ve increased my pullup reps significanly (and I’m in my 50’s, 6’4″ and 220#, so I’m not exactly built for doing lots of pullups.)

Video – Xtreme Rings in use

Video – Elite EXF Rings Review – Workout Superset

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Review of EXF Rings vs Xtreme Rings from Jingleheimer
These rings are really great. They are light weight yet very durable. The handles provide a slight padding and make them very comfortable. And the textures give them a nice feel and ability to hold chalk and reduce slippage. The measured webbing is a great touch which should have been thought of long ago. And the quick S buckles are very easy to use if you move your rings around a lot or set them up outside on trees, playgrounds, goal posts, etc.

Video – Xtreme Rings in use

Video – Elite EXF Rings Review – Strap Threading

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Review of EXF Rings vs Xtreme Rings from Daniel S.
I have used these (EXF Rings)for Crossfit workouts for some time now. The initial setup takes a few minutes but following the instructions makes it simple. I found a corresponding video by searching “EXF setup video”. After initial setup is complete, future setup and take down is quite fast. Also it is very easy to adjust the measurements on the webbing which is a huge time saver. Last, while I was already familiar with ring workouts, the included E-book opened my eyes to some alternate workout variations and improved my technique.

Video – Xtreme Rings in use

Questions from athletes in our gym.

Question: Coach, what do you know about the nayoya rings vs xtreme rings? Check out these reviews

Question: Where are the Elite EXF rings made? The EXF rings are shipped out of California.

Question: Which do you prefer with the Pellor rings vs Rogue rings? We have a set of Rogue Fitness gym rings.

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