Rogue Fitness The Load Trainer

Jun 27, 2018

Category: Gear

In Dragon Ball Z, Goku trained for intense battles by working out in increased gravity. Unfortunately, those workouts take place in a sci-fi universe and aren’t realistic for the average person. Luckily, you can still kick up your workouts in a similar fashion thanks to the Rogue Fitness Load Trainer.

Designed as a solid metal rig that attached to an included A.L.I.C.E. pack frame, this USA made device is made to haul full-sized Olympic plates securely on your back during physical activity. And it’s plenty secure, as the 6.5-pound setup also comes with a hitch pin to keep safe any and all plates you put on it. Envisioned by a Naval Special Warfare Operator, this is the ultimate rig to kick up your workouts to superhuman levels. It’s priced at $129 a piece.

Purchase: $129

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