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Old 11-23-2012, 04:32 PM   #4
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Depends on your strength level, budget, and level of dedication.

Rouge IMO is marketing, you don't need all that extra crap for a yoke to get its Capacity: 750LBS working weight is pretty lame as a top weight. Out of Super Yoke I would say the economy yoke is the best bet but will wear and tear after a year if you mega load it as I and my fellow members have.

Bigg Dogg Strongg has the best equipment hands down as its used in all the pro shows and their yoke start off is 600lbs unloaded, but for a beginner that might be too much:

https://www.facebook.com/biggdogg.strongg?fref=ts
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