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Strengthshop Bastard Deadlift Bar
€349.99

Availability: In stock

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A great new addition to our range, the Bastard Deadlift Bar!

Longer than your average barbell, and more 'flex' than a power bar, as well as no centre knurling and a 27mm shaft. The sleeves have been designed with simplicity in mind to reduce the need for maintenance and to increase robustness. Several Powerlifting federations use a Deadlift Bar in competition, so make sure you are training Deadlift with the correct type of barbell.

Hardened Chrome Plating.

Check out Delroy McQueen Pause Deadlifting 350kg with this bar!



Weight: 20kg
Length: 2.3m
Shaft: Sprung Steel
Shaft Diameter: 27mm
Distance Between Rings: 885mm
No Centre Knurling
Knurling Type: Mild
Sleeve Type: Brass Bushings
Recommended Max Load/Rating: 1500lbs static rating, 205K PSI Tensile strength. Max suggested load: 400kg
Warranty: 3 Year Performance Warranty

This bar is designed to be used for deadlifts only. This bar is not suitable or covered for any other static or olympic lifts.
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A great ego-builder for the deadlift
I haven’t had the pleasure to try the Texas deadlift bar, but I have 10 plus years of lifting experience and my favorite lift is the deadlift.

When I built my home-gym I bought myself a Eleiko powerlifting barbell to use for the big three lifts. I love that sturdy, stiff and robust bar. However - It killed my ego in the deadlift due to the stiffness. Back when I trained in local gyms they always had a softer, cheaper barbell that flexed. That way the weight came gradually. With the Eleiko I failed more regularly in the start. This lead to me losing the hope of ever seen progress in the deadlift again.

With this bar I get that soft start, but with a good knurling. Yes, the “mild” knurling on this bar is actually quite sharp - Near to being aggressive. I would say that it’s just right for a good grip without tearing callouses.

The downside as a conventional puller is that the sharp knurling on the deadlift bastard bar starts closer to the center compared to a regular powerlifting barbell. I recon that sumo pullers might enjoy that feature, but as a conventional puller that means more risk of road rash on my shins.

After owning it for a couple of weeks I love this bar, and I am hopeful that I will finally reach a 300 kg pull with the help of this one! Review by Hampus Ek / (Posted on 9/27/2018)