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I'm not exactly new to weightlifting, though this is the first time that I will have owned my own bar, will be doing anything serious with weights and at age


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As a second-tier supplier, Rogue Fitness can provide weightlifting equipment for the IWF Bronze Level Qualification Events and Other Events.


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Accept no substitutes when it comes to what you put on your barbell. Browse Rogue's broad selection of quality steel plates, bumpers, change plates and more.


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The redesigned, crumb rubber, Rogue HI-Temp Bumper Plates. The contenders: HI-Temp, Rogue HG , Vulcan, American Barbell Sport.


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Not endorsing Rogue, but it seems they really have stepped up their gear in the last 2 years. American Barbell Shields are very unique, but also a bit on the expensive side. My experience is they definitely bounce a little more, but not tremendously. Well as you know, kilo change plates are not cheap. This update pretty much eliminates any chance of insert separation. Is there any advantages or benefits from getting the US manufactured bumper plates? Not too long ago, Rogue sourced their bumpers through Pendlay, and Pendlay is just bad. The issue I take with this is that there is no reliable price to give you guys, so in my list s below I have just used their regular price. They range from lbs to lbs depending on the vendor, but in all cases these are the most economical cost per pound sets offered. In the image below, you can see a cross-section of a Vulcan pound plate. My coaches barbell club uses the Rogue 2. American Barbell also frequently runs a sale so always check them out as well. Those are just like the current Troy VTX. Vulcan Strength bumper plates are currently my favorite plate available. No chips or scratches and no bolts to tighten or loose centerpieces. The term competition plate is kind of a catch-all for large hub bumper plates despite the fact that almost none of them are actually certified for competition. I am trying to figure out what kind of change plates to get. I have not. The width of each size can vary slightly by brand. I have a review of the Savage Bumper Plates that you can read here. Weight tolerances are much stricter than they are with basic bumpers. Do you like the urethane plates at all? Rep does not. Not everything Eleiko makes is made in Sweden btw. I find them really helpful. The Rogue HG 2. They lack any manufacturing specifics in the product description, but the shape alone tells me that they are the older version of the standard black bumper. Bells of Steel Bumper Plates are yet another variant that may or may not be competitively priced enough to warrant consideration. The plate should look the same. Good prices though if you need a small set. By comparison, the American Barbell plates have held up quite well. Most are generally in the same ballpark, but the crumb rubber brands XF and HI-Temps are super thick. So get a shipping quote for your area and maybe the Reps are good deal. If not, then the durability of the smaller plates matters not though Vulcan does still have the best price. If you have any feedback about any of these bumper plates, please leave a comment. Most of the Rogues and Pendlays also have chips missing from the circumference of the plate. I train the O lifts at two gyms: one uses the Vulcan training kg bumpers, the other has an assortment of Rogue, Pendlays and a set of the American Barbell Urethane competition plates. They look like the same plate to me though. An unfortunate drawback to these aside from pricing is the fact that the steel inserts are not seamless like other plates, and the seam will do a number to the finish of your barbell. Do you have a recommendation you could offer? Thanks for the reviews. The plate is the same though. This should be more than enough to give you a solid idea of how each brand is priced. By contrast, at the other gym, after just over one year, the Rogues and Pendlays require routine tightening on the bolts and some of the centerpieces have come so loose that attempting to tighten a bolt will just result in the entire centerpiece spinning around. Thanks again for all you do! Just remember β€” the larger the set is, the less you pay per pound, and the more time you have before you need to add more weight to that set. The HGs were recently improved and are now similar in appearance to the Vulcan version, but unfortunately the Rogue plates do lack the anchored insert. Avoid these if you need to stack some decent weight on the bar. I would personally just go with whatever you got the best deal on, whether that was metal or friction. They even pay for return shipping if you ever actually have an issue. Rogue offers black HG plates in kilograms, Vulcan offers colored basic bumpers in kilograms, and American Barbell offers both. When shopping other brands avoid plates with brass or bronze inserts; buy plates with steel or stainless steel inserts only. Both of those are very uncommon plates, especially for a garage. It is extremely likely that they do come from the same place. They also offer their basic bumpers in black, black contrast, and IWF colors β€” lots of variety! This is the plate design that most of us are familiar with, and the ones you see in most CrossFit boxes the previous HG plates had the grenades on them. There are many other sets of varying weights and plate combinations available but these three are the most common and therefore the easiest to compare. The other notable thing about the AB Urethane plates is that they will not fit on all bars. Rogue almost always has a multitude of basic, training, and competition bumper plates in the Closeouts section of their website, including used plates from the CrossFit Games. Any input on the Rogue Echo bumper plates? If you are not an event organizer, do NOT pay the premium for certified discs. Keep in mind that all the others include shipping in the cost already where as those bumpers did not. Your pricing homework and comparisons are very helpful. Please share me! The gym that uses them has assortment of AB, Pendlay and Yorks.{/INSERTKEYS}{/PARAGRAPH} Any reviews on Rep Fitness Competition colored bumper plates. I was wondering if I could get your opinion on the quality of the york bumpers vs the rogue HG? Thanks for the feedback. Excited to get my garage gym started. Notice any difference in bounce, feel? These have a competitive starting price, and like most dealers the cost does include shipping on sets. Drawbacks include a higher cost and a slightly smaller overall diameter than pretty much every other single plate on the market Hi-Temp plates are also more susceptible to insert separation than virgin rubber plates. Rather than being speckled, they have a sort of tiger-stripe color effect. Tell me which brand, and why it should be here. After 2 years, the Vulcans have proved to be outstanding bumpers. The white lettering wears off easy but otherwise, no chips, splits or loose bolts or centerpieces. That said, these are some the quietest plates on the market, so if that noise dampening is important to you, these may be the plates for you. Plus retailers who offer the newer versions make it a point to tell you that they do. I can probably say the HI-Temps will last longer by a little, but they bounce like no other and cost a bit more. {PARAGRAPH}{INSERTKEYS}Well you have come to the right place! Olympic Training bumper plates are the non-certified version of Competition bumper plates. Getting IWF colors on your basic plates raises prices somewhat, of course, but no where near what professional, large-hub discs cost. The strengthshopUSA bumpers are significantly less expensive then others, so it makes sense they are older. Thanks for all the reviews you do. In other words, calling a plate a comp plate while not paying for certification basically makes it a training plate. I am also pretty sure the Gen1 rogue plates where just Pendlay with different lettering……and equally crap! Of course, at the significantly higher price, not shocking that the ABs look better and last longer than the Rogues or Pendlays. These bigger sets are not as easy to side-by-side compare as the previous two β€” due to the difference in total weight and difference in plates offered in the packages. Hey Robbie, thanks. I appreciate the kind words, and have fun getting set up. Echo plates are fine plates. Still, Bells of Steel has some reasonable prices with free again, embedded shipping. Just wondering any concern regarding products from China? They offer the same innovative bumper plate, a large set variety, and free embedded shipping. If you feel I neglected a particular brand that should have made this list, I welcome comments on that as well. The combination of this improved durability, competitive set pricing, long warranty, and low bounce make the Vulcan plates about the best choice for CrossFit and Olympic training; in both garage gyms and busy CrossFit affiliates. You can also read a review of the Alphas here. Typically speaking only those manufacturers with certified equipment have legitimate training plates , as they are their un-certified, un-calibrated version of their certified competition plates.