Living Fit Cerakote Barbell

Living Fit Cerakote Barbell

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  • Finished with cerakote to help maintain its appearance 
  • Great for powerlifting, Olympic weightlifting, and other kinds of strength training
  • Tensile strength of 180-210K PSI 
  • 1,500-lb weight capacity
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Living.Fit Barbell Review (2024): A Reliable Budget Barbell for Everyday Use

Living.Fit Barbell Review (2024): A Reliable Budget Barbell for Everyday Use

Looking for an inexpensive bar for multiple uses and strength training methods? Read our Living.Fit Barbell review to see if this bar can suit your needs. Read the full review.

Pros & Cons

What we like ...
  • Layer of protection against corrosion, scratches, and wear
  • Free shipping
  • IWF standard knurling
What needs improvement ...
  • No product specific reviews
  • May not be necessary for beginners

Product Summary



20 kg

Weight Capacity

1,500 lbs


2200 mm


28 MM

Coating thickness

0.03 to 0.04 mm


IWF standard

Knurling depth

1.2 mm


High-alloy spring steel

Ball bearings

8NK bearings and 2 brass bushings

Tensile Strength

180-210K PSI


Lifetime for material, functionality, or workmanship

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      The Living Fit Barbell Cerakote may be a great addition to your garage gym, especially for powerlifting, Olympic weightlifting, and strength training.Costing just over $200 with a weight capacity of 1,500 pounds, this bar should work great for most people. The Cerakote option has IWF standard knurling and QPQ+ Cerakote coating to resist wearing over time.If you are in the market for a good quality barbell, this may be a good option for you. If you are just beginning and don’t need the highest-quality equipment, you may consider purchasing a less expensive option.