|Made In USA||No|
|Product Weight||50-150 LB|
|Diameter||50 LB: 10" |
75 LB: 12"
100 LB: 14"
150 LB: 16"
|Material Type||Rubber Exterior with cast iron core|
Rogue’s Rubber Atlas Stones feature a cast-iron core construction with a durable, over-molded rubber exterior and recessed edges to prevent rollaway. Available in four weight increments (50, 75, 100, and 150LBS), these exclusive, ready-to-use stones can be ordered a la carte or as part of either of our two pre-configured Rogue sets:
Rogue’s Rubber Atlas Stones feature a cast-iron core construction with a durable, over-molded rubber exterior and recessed edges to prevent rollaway. Available in five weight increments (50, 75, 100, and 150 LBS), these exclusive, ready-to-use stones can be ordered a la carte.
Individual Stone Weight & Size Breakdown:
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Atlas Stones have always been associated with Strongman competitions, but in recent years, they’ve been adopted by a wide range of athletes—from weightlifters and powerlifters to football players, wrestlers, MMA fighters, and more—as a unique, full-body training tool. Properly lifting, holding, and loading Atlas Stones not only strengthens the back, glutes, and abs (with minimal spinal compression), but also promotes the extension of the hips, knees and ankles, resulting in greater explosiveness. Just be sure to select a starting weight increment suited to your own size and level of experience.
Each stone has a cast-iron core with an overmolded, black rubber exterior. Slightly recessed edges reduce the chance of rollaway and provide a bit of added texture, as do the embossed Rogue logos, which are centered around an embossed weight indication on one side. The surface finish on our Rubber Atlas Stones is a bit slippery out of the box, and while it will become more grip-friendly over time, the general slickness helps to create a more accurate facsimile of a traditional stone. Since it cannot be lifted purely by friction, athletes will need to grab the stone from underneath using their forearms in the “bear hug” style.