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Heavy Duty Olympic Hex/Trap Bar - 2.38M - PREORDER FOR DISPATCH BY 19TH NOVEMBER

€279.99 €235.29
In stock
The Hex bar might be one of the strangest pieces of gym equipment you will see in the gym today. Don't let that put you off though, it's an excellent addition to any serious strength and conditioning set-up.

One reason for this is it's ability to reduce tension on the lumbar spine whilst developing lower body power. It does this by allowing you to step “into” the bar instead of standing behind it. This means you will be able to drive more weight off the floor with your hips and legs in a more upright position without the strength of your back coming into question.

The Hex bar is also a useful tool for teaching beginners how to deadlift without the dangers of weak backs and poor flexibility getting in their way, and for tall athletes who struggle to deadlift conventionally.

The bar fits in most racks, cages or rigs.
Heavy duty Olympic Hex/Trap Bar, with two handles giving the options of pulling from different heights.

With long loading pins.

Approximate dimensions:

Overall Length: 238 cm

Width: 76 cm

Height: 16 cm

Weight: approximately 40 kg

Width between handles: 58 cm

Sleeve Length: 46.5 cm
Diameter loading pin: 50 mm

Diameter grip: 30 mm

Rated to 400 kg

Ideal for hip development when deadlifting, and taking strain off the back.
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