Adjustable Yoke/Training Station 2.0 - 60 X 60MM Frame

Original price €399.99 - Original price €399.99
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Strength Shop yoke, which doubles as a training station for squatting and benching.

Yoke is a staple strongman event, fantastic for building core strength and fitness.

This Yoke is very easily adjustable in height and has 50 mm loading pins suitable for Olympic plates.

As a training station you can do your squats and pressing out of it too. It comes with catchers/safety bars by default, which you can either squat or bench from, or get additional J-hooks to leave the catchers to act as safety bars.

The catchers are easily removable for use as an adjustable yoke.


Frame: 2.5 mm steel
Upright support: 4 mm steel

Uprights: 60 mm x 60 mm

Width: ca. 123.5 cm
Space between uprights: 110 cm
Height: ca. 188 cm
Depth: ca.102 cm
Weight: ca. 42 kg

Lowest pin height: 61 cm
Highest pin height: 180.5 cm

Length catcher: 35 cm

Length loading pins: 29 cm

Rated to 300 kg dead weight for both the J-hooks and the catchers.

Please note:
We recommend using weights on the pins at all times to increase the stability of the base.

Bench, bar, plates etc. are not included. Adjustable Yoke

Customer Reviews

Based on 3 reviews
Mads E.

Solid and great looking yoke. You get a lot for the money on this.

Amazing Yoke!

This is a fantastic yoke for it's price also very easy to set it all up (I got it all done in 45 minutes by myself!) was worried if I would actually bump my head to the fat grip while unracking on squats but to my suprise I can unrack without any problems, since I'm 1m88. totally recommend this yoke! 10\/10

OK for the price

Gets the job done. For the price you can't realy complain.Get's home without instructions and even thought you wish you had them when you unpack it, once you lay everything in front of you it's really easy to assemble. Just be carefull about the small diference in size of screws.Here are some informations that you might find usefull if you consider it. had to rescrew the bolts holding the upright a few times, after some light squats at only 140kg to test it, I noticed that the posts were leaning a little bit. Nothing dramatic, but I had to redo them quite hard in already 3 times in less than a month. I don't think I'll get the confidence to go for a really heavy set without the J-hooks. Putting the bar on the J-hooks is going to keep the weight closer to the uprights and may be fix the issue.Speaking of the J-hooks, they are a must and should be included with all yokes. The catchers don't really enjoy beeing used as J-Hooks and even a non agressive weightlifting bar grazing them leaves marks really fast.Another annoying feature: the upright support has two plastic covers per side that come between the uprights on each side and the upright support. I've said some ugly words to those crappy plastic pieces. The lower ones fall little by little and once they are completly out they are a pain to put back in.Lastly, about the dip attachement. They are really sturdy, more than the yoke itselft in fact. You really get the feeling that they were designed for a heavier rack. Keep in mind that even with heavy weight on the pins, the yoke doesn't like lateral forces. Only by putting the dip attachement on you see that you won't be doing weighted dips on that (shame, I was hopping I could). I'm 93kg and I have to do slow and controled reps with bodyweight to prevent some scary swinging. To sum it up, IN MY OPINION, it gets the job done but be delicate with it or you might have to repair it pretty fast.