How to choose the best OneFitWonder Axle Fat Bar 20kg or 25lb Grip and Forearm Strength Strongman Training for you?
This is a true strongman axle fat bar - there is no knurling on the bar.. 20 kilograms 44 pounds, 7 long, 2 diameter.. Standard Olympic collars 2 diameter fit this bar.. Powdercoat matte black finish.. This is one, solid bar. The collars do not rotate.
Do you know what is the superiority of this OneFitWonder Axle Fat Bar 20kg or 25lb Grip and Forearm Strength Strongman Training?
El Gordazo is the patriarch of our ultra garage gear, axle bar family, The Gordos. All that time at the taqueria has paid off and turned him into if not lean, beefy, mean, lifting machine.
The rock solid El Gordazo will make your strongman dreams a reality. This burly, belly full of a bar think continental cleans works your forearms and comes in handy for strongman training and competitions.
This barbell has a 1,000lb weight capacity, making it the perfect bar for the strongest of strong men. It s a great bar for your compound lifts, such as your squat, deadlift, and bench press.
The wide diameter of the axle bar makes for an amazing forearm pump. Those forearm veins will be looking like google maps after a couple of weeks of training with this bar
Our axle bar has a 50mm shaft diameter, whereas a normal olympic barbell has a 28mm shaft. This makes it the perfect tool for increasing your grip strength.
Customer reviewsSolid piece of gear
This was a pain to find I looked high and low for an axle bar that was 45 lbs. This bar is 44 lbs. without the collars and with the collars that come with it 46 lbs. I placed it on a scale at home and these are the numbers I came up with. I could care less about the bar being made in China. It is a solid piece of gear and good luck finding one of this quality with the collars for the same price. I have used this bar to replace my standard barbell for just about every barbell movement I perform. Your grip with become like a vice in just a short time. Your overall pulling motions such as curls, deadlifts, and rowing movements will take a hit in the poundage department at first, but in my case my joints needed a little break anyway. The poundage is steadily increasing and the barbells at our ambulance base feel like tooth picks when I use them to workout on shift. I may purchase another just to leave at work.