Here’s a new product from Rogue – the Rogue War Bar – Stainless Steel.
Technique Barbells are developed explicitly for warmups, beginners, technique practice, rehab work, and young athletes. Rogue offers different technique bars, including the 25mm and 28mm War Bars – Stainless Steel.
Their are two options – 25 mm diameter (Women’s bar) and 28 mm diameter (Men’s bar):
Rogue War Bar – Stainless Steel – Overview
Overbuilt and manufactured in the USA, the Stainless Steel Rogue War Bar is a specialized technique bar not equipped for loading plates but better mimics the real weight training experience. The War Bar is a practical tool for any Olympic weightlifter to warm up before a workout. It is also an effective training bar for beginners learning the basics and a good rehab barbell for athletes recovering from an injury.
The Stainless Steel Rogue War Bar is extremely powerful than the original PVC War Bar. It has no sleeves for loading plates, but it is still intended for use only as a technique bar. Rogue branding is also included in Black Cerakote—one of the leading, corrosion-resistant coatings in the industry.
Rogue 28mm War Bar – Stainless Steel
You can use the War Bar to replicate better the actual feel and dimensions of a standard barbell. Each 54” bar features the same 28mm diameter, knurl pattern, and stainless steel construction as the IWF-certified Pyrros Bar. The 28mm War Bar includes standard Olympic knurl marks.
Rogue 25mm War Bar – Stainless Steel
The 25mm Women’s version of the bar measures 56.5” in length and weighs 12 LBS. It features the same knurl pattern and stainless steel construction as our IWF-certified Women’s Pyrros Bar.
Rogue War Bar – Stainless Steel – In Summary
That’s our close-up look at Rogue War Bar – Stainless Steel.
The Stainless Steel War Bar is made in the USA using the same stainless steel and precision knurling as the Pyrros Bar. It is exceptionally potent in construction, but it doesn’t have sleeves and is not intended for use as a load-bearing barbell. To better copy a standard barbell’s actual feel and dimensions, you can use the War Bar instead of settling for a PVC pipe or a broomstick.
A 25 mm diameter bar is easier to grip for those that have smaller hands. Find more 25 mm bar options in our overview of the best women’s olympic barbell.
Baffled about barbell terminology? Find out what makes the difference between bearing bars and bushing bars in our buyer’s guide to the Olympic barbell.Find more products from Rogue.
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