American Barbell Safety Squat Bar

4.4/5

Builtscore

4.4285714285714 out of 5 based on 7 customer ratings
Based on 7 Ratings

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PRODUCT HIGHLIGHTS

The American Barbell Safety Squat Bar offers a range of training benefits and is an excellent tool for building overall strength and stability, as well as max-load lifts. It is suitable for athletes with limited mobility, shoulder, elbow or wrist limitations, as well as those in recovery/rehabilitation.

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Made in USA

Product Summary & Specs

The American Barbell Safety Squat Bar offers a range of training benefits and is an excellent tool for building overall strength and stability, as well as max-load lifts. It is suitable for athletes with limited mobility, shoulder, elbow or wrist limitations, as well as those in recovery/rehabilitation. With regular use, expect to also see gains outside of the squat – namely in your deadlift. The safety squat bar is great for all types of squats, lunges, good mornings, zercher squats and back raises. It is also an excellent tool for training the posterior chain.

Overall Length: 85.25″

Loadable sleeve length: 15.50″

Sleeve diameter: 1.90″

Diameter: 1.5″

Weight: 53LBS

Made in the USA

Made In USA

Yes

Bar Use

Specialty

Bar Weight

53 LB

Coating

Powdercoat

Bar Length

85.25"

Loadable Sleeve Length

15.5"

Sleeve Coating

Powdercoat

GGR Reviews

American Barbell Safety Squat Bar
Rated 4.4285714285714 out of 5 stars
7 ratings
GGR Builtscore: 4.4/5
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