Here, you'll find everything you need to outfit your gym with a rig. No, really. Everything.
Start with the knowledge: an introduction to rigs; a quick, little dictionary of all rig-related terms; and a look at the various dimensions of REP's rigs so you know what you're working with.
Then, you'll find guides through the entire rig creation/purchasing process: a closer look at REP's online Rig Builder feature; a look at our pre-selected rigs so you can order in a few clicks; and how to DIY your own custom rig, if you want to build it from the ground up.
Now that you have your rig ordered, find guides on what to do next: a dive into all the different rig attachments, because we do it big around here, and a guide that compares REP's rigs to other rigs on the market. We want you to be confident in your choices. Finally, we've compiled information on our assembly services, so you don't have to do the heavy lifting.
If there's something not answered here, feel free to reach out to our team and we'd love to help you (and also make our content manager do 200 burpees for missing something! Don't worry, she loves a challenge).
Time to build your dream rig! There are three ways to put together a rig: with the virtual rack builder, pre-selected, or piecemeal. Which option you use depends on you, as it is your rig, your way!
You can use the rig builder, which allows you to see how your rack will look in real time as you make selections. You can test colors, see how various connectors change the aesthetic, and even view the virtual, final product in your desired gym space!
The pre-selected rigs allow you to choose the color and size to ensure it fits in your space. The connectors are all pre-selected. This is for people who feel overwhelmed or confused by the rig builders (no judgement here!). There's a ton of power in simplicity. Each package includes everything you need to get started.
The piecemeal option is what it sounds like. You can do this for the Rig and Wall-Mounted Rig. Pick your style and manually add each component to your cart through the individual listings: uprights, connectors, J-cups, and so on. This can be useful if you want to add onto your rig after your initial purchase. It is not exactly the easiest path, but it's another option. For this, make sure you understand all of the necessary components of a rig.
Now it's time to add on your attachments.
Make sure you select attachments that are compatible with your rig. Some of the attachments include a wall ball target, spotter arms, gymnastic rings, landmine, and leg roller. With the attachments, everything is clearly labeled for rig compatibility. But don't worry; if you get confused, you can always reach out to customer support for help.