Our all-new buffalo bar was built from the ground up and made to spec my multi-decade IPF powerlifting vet Mike Armstrong. Here are the improvements:
- A better quality of steel using a superior steel, we’re able to use a competition standard 29mm Chromium alloy steel.
- Nicer finish Mike’s a big fan of bare steel bars, they truly give the best grip and feel, although there is some more maintenance involved. The sleeves are a chrome finish for an aesthetic touch.
- Bigger and badder a full 92 inches, with an extra thick block and sleeves
- Aggressive knurl as any self-respecting powerlifting bar does, the new buffalo bar features are sharp knurling found on our Barenaked power bars.
So you’ve been in the gym squatting and benching like there is no tomorrow. Hitting all the PR’s. But all that huge weight you’ve been slangin around is beating up your shoulders.
Enter the Buffalo Bar. This is not just some super bent bar. The Buffalo Bar is strategically designed to alleviate stress from your shoulders while squatting, benching. A huge benefit of a cambered bar is that it is still very similar to a regular movement with a stiff bar, you even grip the bar like a proper squat but with significantly less pressure on your shoulder joints. Unlike a Saftey Squat Bar, the Buffalo Bar can be used for upper body movements too!
It’s the perfect bar for off-season training, and one of the best options to push up your volume in-season without doing any damage to your body or doing a completely different movement. Other than the Squat and Good Morning, the Buffalo Bar is great for the bench. With the Buffalo Bars signature bow in the bar, you will be able to add several inches to your range of motion. This will help to strengthen your press of the chest as well as assisting with muscular development.