Titan Fitness Barbells
Barbells have always been a tried-and-true means by which we have gauged our strength and improved our physiques. With the versatility of a barbell, the limitations of any workout routine are completely removed. Titan Fitness presents only the best home garage gym barbells to get you the results you work so hard for. Whether you're looking for specialty or fixed weight barbells, you'll be sure to find the right equipment for you.
What are the different types of barbells?
The first choice for many when referring to a barbell is the 45lb Olympic barbell. However, the term "barbell" encompasses more than the bar you just finished benching with. There are many types of barbells, all offering multiple benefits to help you achieve your fitness goals. Titan Fitness offers Olympic bars, specialty bars, and fixed-weight bars. All provide benefits to help you achieve your fitness goals.
How much do barbells weigh?
Barbells can come in many different weights and sizes. The most common barbell, the Olympic barbell, weighs 45lb (20 kg). Specialty bars also come in multiple weights; it all depends on the specific bar. The Titan Fitness fixed barbells come in weights ranging from 20lb to 110lb.
What exercises can you do with a barbell?
With so many different types of barbells available, they can offer you a complete full-body workout. Whether you are looking to increase your muscle mass, tone up your body, and even add a little more high-intensity training, there is a barbell for everything. Some of the most common exercises that can be performed with an Olympic barbell include; bench press, squat, deadlift, and overhead press. Regardless of your fitness goals, barbells are a must-have in every gym.
What is the best barbell?
Barbells come in many different sizes and variations, and the best barbell will depend on your goals and the type of exercise you perform.
Outside of the standard Olympic barbell, some have a hexagonal shape or even a slight curve in the bar. The famous Yukon and Bison bars both have a slight curve to them. This curve is designed to eliminate unnecessary discomfort and strain when having a barbell resting on your back and performing lifts such as squats.
Specifics to look for when choosing the best bars will include the ability to hold over 2,000 pounds. Different barbells also have different styles of grips. At Titan Fitness, we make sure that all of our barbells have just the right amount of knurling required to maintain a secure grasp on the bar.