Vulcan Safety Squat Bar

Vulcan Safety Squat Bar
Vulcan Safety Squat Bar
Vulcan Safety Squat Bar
4.6/5

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4.5555555555556 out of 5 based on 9 customer ratings
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PRODUCT HIGHLIGHTS

A Safety Squat Bar is great tool for strengthening your entire legs and back as well as increasing squat and deadlift strength.
The cambered portion of the safety squat bar actually pushes the torso forward.

Manufacturer: Category:
Made in USA
$259.99

Product Summary & Specs

A Safety Squat Bar is great tool for strengthening your entire legs and back as well as increasing squat and deadlift strength.
The cambered portion of the safety squat bar actually pushes the torso forward. This aspect of the bar will force the lifter to maintain an upright position. The safety squat bar can also be a great tool for those who have shoulder injuries and unable to squat with a straight barbell.

Recommended for home gym garage gym use.

Safety Squat Bar Specifications

  • Weight: 20 kg
  • Length: 88″
  • Loadable Sleeve Length: 11.5″
  • Vinyl padding and rubber coated handles
  • Rotation: Bronze Bushing
  • Finish: Hard Chrome (not Nickel Phosporous)
  • Warranty: 3 years on barbell and sleeves. 90 days on padding and handles
Made In USA

No

Bar Use

Specialty

Bar Weight

20 KG

Coating

Hard Chrome

Bar Length

88"

Loadable Sleeve Length

11.5"

Sleeve Coating

Hard Chrome

Guarantee/Warranty

3-Year

GGR Reviews

Vulcan Safety Squat Bar
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9 ratings
GGR Builtscore: 4.6/5
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