Rogue Indy T-Bar Row

★★★★★
★★★★★
4.8
12 Reviews
Made in U.S.A.

Rogue Indy T-Bar Row

★★★★★
★★★★★
4.8
12 Reviews
Made in U.S.A.
Rogue Indy T-Bar Row
CA$584.00
Ships in 7-10 Days
Indy T-Bar Row Wheel Kit
CA$65.00

Gear Specs

BrandRogue Fitness
Made In USAYes
Product Weight83LB
Length23.3" (Total Depth) / 19.5" (Footplate)
Width36" (Total) / 10.25" (Footplate)
Height11.4" -12.75"
Foot Print24.3" x 36" (Not including wheel kit)
Steel Notes3 x 3" 11-Gauge steel, diamond tread footplates
Other Product SpecsOptional Wheel Kit
Product Description

Along with our dedicated stand-alone Rogue T-Bar Row Machine, we’ve developed and built the Indy T-Bar Row as a new cost-effective system for the same type of training, offering comparable stability and functionality at half the overall footprint (36” x 24.3” vs. 76” x 39.75”). 

This elevated, inclined platform is manufactured in the USA and includes a 3x3” 11-gauge steel frame with formed-and-welded gussets and a pair of 7-gauge diamond-tread footplates. When used in combination with any standard barbell + a rack-mounted Monster or Monster Lite Landmine, the platform becomes a fully-functional independent T-Bar Row station, with built-in notches that securely hold the bar and keep the sleeves above the floor for easy loading and unloading of plates.


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Rogue Indy T-Bar Row

Along with our dedicated stand-alone Rogue T-Bar Row Machine, we’ve developed and built the Indy T-Bar Row as a new cost-effective system for the same type of training, offering comparable stability and functionality at half the overall footprint (36” x 24.3” vs. 76” x 39.75”). 

This elevated, inclined platform is manufactured in the USA and includes a 3x3” 11-gauge steel frame with formed-and-welded gussets and a pair of 7-gauge diamond-tread footplates. When used in combination with any standard barbell + a rack-mounted Monster or Monster Lite Landmine, the platform becomes a fully-functional independent T-Bar Row station, with built-in notches that securely hold the bar and keep the sleeves above the floor for easy loading and unloading of plates.

Once the athlete has loaded their desired weight on the elevated bar, they can establish their proper foot placement on the footplates (which are set at a fixed incline angle of 4 degrees), get into a squat position, then perform rows either by holding the barbell itself, or by using one of our designated Landmine Handles.

All platforms feature an MG Black frame finish and a texture black footplate finish for added grip. We’ve  included 1” laser-cut holes for band work and additional holes for bolting the unit to the floor (optional). For customers looking for additional maneuverability with the stand, a compatible bolt-on wheel kit is also available to add to your order in the purchase area.

Important: The Landmine used with this stand MUST be attached to a rack that is also bolted to the floor or wall.

 

Gear Specs

Specifications:

  • Made in the USA
  • Patent Pending Design
  • Designed for Use with Barbell and Rogue Landmine (Landmine must be connected to a rack that is mounted to a wall or floor)
  • 3x3” 11-gauge steel frame - MG Black finish
  • 7-gauge Diamond Tread Footplates - Texture Black finish
  • Platform Weight: 83LB
  • Platform Dimensions: 24.3” L x 36” W x 12.75” H
  • Plastic Notches for elevated bar-rest
  • 4-degree incline for better leverage
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A Vital Movement, Made Easier
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A Vital Movement, Made Easier

The T-Bar Row movement is often associated with the lat muscles in the back, but its benefits go much further, working the entire posterior chain as well as the biceps. The only limitation tends to be equipment required, as dedicated T-Bar Row machines (if they’re well made) are heavy, bulky, and take up plenty of real estate. Rogue’s Indy T-Bar Row station helps solve this problem by offering a format that’s still built to the demands of experienced athletes, but occupies roughly half the floor space of stand-alone units. All you need with the elevated platform is a standard barbell and a rack-mounted Monster or Monster Lite Landmine .

Important: The Landmine used with this stand MUST be attached to a rack that is also bolted to the floor or wall.

Quality Rogue Construction
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Quality Rogue Construction

Every Indy T-Bar Row platform is manufactured in the USA and includes a 3x3” 11-gauge steel frame (same as our power racks) with formed and welded gussets on both the footplates and internal structural plates. The frame is raked at a 7.5-degree angle side-to-side, and a 4-degree angle front-to-back, rising from 11.4” in height to 12.75”. This provides a wide base and lowers the frame’s center of gravity, greatly increasing stability. The 7-gauge diamond-tread footplates measure 10.25” x 19.5” and have a texture black powdercoat finish for extra grip.

Benefits of Elevated T-Bar Rows
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Benefits of Elevated T-Bar Rows

While similar movements like bent over rows can be performed off the floor, there are advantages to using an elevated and inclined platform like this one. For one, the machine’s design and the orientation of the footplates help put you in a proper position from the outset. The elevated stance further allows the athlete to perform rows at a deficit, increasing the range of motion of the movement, while the 4-degree incline creates better leverage over the weight.

Safety and Versatility
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Safety and Versatility

The over-built 83LB platform is not only as stable as most stand-alone T-Bar Row units, but also equipped with additional features to protect the user’s equipment and open up expanded functionality. The plastic bar-resting notch keeps the barbell protected from any steel-on-steel contact and ensures any added plates are slightly elevated off the ground for easier loading/unloading. The platform includes 1” laser-cut holes for band work and additional holes in the base for optional floor mounting. The athlete can use either the barbell or Landmine Handles while training, and a set of optional bolt-on wheels is available for gym owners looking for easier portability.

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Reviews

1 - 8 of 12 Reviews
Dan STL
★★★★★
★★★★★
1 week ago
Sixty-six staying strong.
Sturdy and stable. Purchased wheels to easily move. Indestructible. Would recommend to friends.
Originally posted on roguefitness.com
The Philosopher King
Los Angeles, Ca
★★★★★
★★★★★
Dec 2023
This thing is a BEAST!
I am delighted with this product. It assembles easily, but I would recommend another set of hands to screw in the top plates. When you do the rows, it hits a lot differently than doing it off the floor.
Yes, I recommend this product
Originally posted on roguefitness.com
TanQue
Savannah, GA
★★★★★
★★★★★
Sep 2023
Built like a Tank
I bought the platform strictly for t- bar rows but got much more than I bargained for so to my gym set up. It’s perfect for my spud inc cable set up and allows me to do my cable curls, hamstingers, upright rows and I’m sure I will find some other use in the future.
Yes, I recommend this product
Originally posted on roguefitness.com
J9000
Orlando
★★★★★
★★★★★
Jul 2023
It's a tank
This is a critical piece for my humble home gym, opening up full ROM t-bar rows in addition to belt squats off the functional trainer. The traction on the platform is great & wheels are a must have. The construction is overbuilt as you may expect and stores nicely.
Yes, I recommend this product
Originally posted on roguefitness.com
MNBrad
MN
★★★★★
★★★★★
Jun 2023
Very Nice
It feels like it hits the back different vs just standing on the floor. Really solidly made and no wobble with big foot plate forms. Nice to have the protection for the barbell too. Thing is a beast and takes up a lot more room in a garage gym than I thought as it is so big and beefy. I would suggest getting the wheel kit though, it'd be terrible to move around without it. If you can have a setup space I'd probably just get a used t-bar row machine lol
Yes, I recommend this product
Originally posted on roguefitness.com
Daniel Zons
Zons Germany
★★★★★
★★★★★
May 2023
Let's Row
Expensive but it fits perfectly, with or without chest support.
Yes, I recommend this product
Originally posted on roguefitness.com
Bsaucier
South Carolina
★★★★★
★★★★★
Apr 2023
Nice piece, but…..
Well constructed but needs to be bolted to the floor. I was hoping to use this for both t-bar row exercises while also allowing me to move it out of the way for landmine floor exercises. However, if you load more than 3 plates on the bar, it tipped forward. So, now I have to bolt it down which means I can’t use my landmine for other exercises.
Yes, I recommend this product
Originally posted on roguefitness.com
Jgar13
Bham, AL
★★★★★
★★★★★
Mar 2023
Great. But uneven
I love it except the legs seems uneven. I have to use a change plate under one to make it not wobble. Anyone else had this issue??
Originally posted on roguefitness.com

Response from Rogue Fitness:

Mar 2023
We're happy to hear you love your Indy T-Bar Row. We are reaching out to get this wobble addressed and resolved.
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