The Rogue Matador dip system is the quickest way to add versatility to your rig.
Add this to your rack system to train one of the most vital movements for conditioning your gymnastic strength and endurance.
The Rogue Matador installation is easy but the versatility added to your gym is priceless.
Heavy duty dip station that works with the Rogue S2 / S3 Squat Stands, R-3, R-4, and R-6 Racks, Infinity Rigs and Wallmount systems.
Video – Rogue Matador Review
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The Matador will not work with the S1 and SPX Squat Stands. (Note from author – I purchased Rogue Matador and it installed fine on SPX squat stand).
Rogue Matador Technical Specifications
1 7/8″ diameter handles
Handles are angled for different grip widths
Rogue Pin-Up anchoring system
Rogue Matador Review by Rokman
Quality 4 out of 5 stars.
Built super solid with very little wobble and I am a big guy. Very solid. I have no doubt that the unit could support a ton of weight. A bit of side-to-side sway is the only downside.
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Rogue Matador Review by Brendan
Quality 5 out of 5 stars
We are a small garage affiliate (CrossFit West Valley). We have limited floor space and a growing membership. We were given a Matador to demo with our new Rouge S-3. It works great and takes up no floor space. We need to move equipment around so our S-3 isn’t bolted down. We just stack 5 x 45 lbs. bumper plates on the opposite side and everything is very stable. We loop bands over the handles for assisted dips and have used it for weighted dips as well. Thanks Bill!
Rogue Matador Review by Dan
Quality 5 out of 5 stars
This is a great addition to my R-3 rack for dips. It is as heavy duty as all Rogue’s equipment and feels very secure when attached. I wasn’t sure how I would like the angled handles, but it works good and the angle is not too large.
Question from our athletes:
Question: Which one do you prefer – doing bar dips or dips on the Rogue Matador.
Answer: The matador has a good feel as the bars are larger so it is comfortable on the hand. We have one at our CrossFit gym.
You can pick up a Stand Alone Dip Station for about $75 that is free standing. The RogueFitness matador is about $84 so it it more expensive and you have to have their rig to really make it work. So your best bet may be a stand alone rig as it cheaper and you can move it all over the gym.
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