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HammerHead Fit Press Review

The HammerHead Fit Press is a unique way to increase both the effectiveness and fun of the traditional push-up and plank. It's overbuilt, beautiful to look at, and easy to use. The HammerHead Fit Press takes the traditional push-up a step further by adding in instability and various handles to …

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X-Mark Chisel Bearing EZ-Curl Bar Review

Although the X-Mark Chisel EZ-Curl Bar isn't the absolute best curl bar available, it is one of the best under $100, which is really as much as you should spend on a piece of equipment that will get little use. The sleeve spin, combined with overall construction quality allow me …

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The Yoak Review

The Yoak is one of the most fun, and also versatile pieces of training equipment I have ever used. After doing every movement they've recommended on their website, along with many others, I can confidently say that if you're looking to add chaos training to your regimen, as well as …

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American Barbell T-Grip Bar Review

After putting the T-Grip Bar by American Barbell through nearly every exercise you can think of including pressing, pulling, curls and more over the course of two months, we believe that the T-Grip Bar is one of the best multi-grip bars available. That said, this is definitely a bar in …

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Kabuki Strength Duffalo Bar In-Depth Review

The Kabuki Strength Duffalo Bar was released by Chris Duffin out of nowhere. I was thankful to have the opportunity to review his first invention that was brought to market, the ever-popular ShouldeRok and was looking forward to putting his latest creation, the Duffalo Bar to the test. The Duffalo …

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