Low-Bar Safety Squat Bar

5.00 out of 5 based on 5 customer ratings
(5 customer reviews)

$595.00 U.S.D.

Typical safety squat bars put the resistance in the high bar squat or front squat positions. We created this bar so that lifters with upper body injuries could use a safety squat bar, but one that places the resistance in the low-bar position on the back. The camber on this bar creates the feeling that the weight is directly over your center of gravity as soon as it is on your back. Lifters have used this bar with great success, even when recovering from upper back, shoulder or arm injuries while preparing for competitions. There are multiple hand position options. This bar is also great for good mornings, lunges and other related exercises.



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Length: 90 inches (approx.)
Width: 23 inches (approx.)
Height: 8 inches (approx.)
Weight: 55 pounds (approx.)

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Weight 55 lbs
Dimensions 90 × 23 × 8 in

5 reviews for Low-Bar Safety Squat Bar

  1. Hilary Lederer (Force Of Nature Strength and Conditioning)

    I can train around my AC joint separation. Traditional safety squat bars sit right on the AC joint and compresses it causing irritation, but the narrower pads alleviate the issue

  2. Oliver Robles

    It helped me train my Squat when I tore my bicep

  3. Victor Tang (Victor’s Gym)

    We are all in love with your Safety Squat Bar! One of our strongest squatters Shane Dunn can now squat lower without butt wink or losing his lower back arch?So good! I have 4 squat racks in my gym if 2000sq ft. We now have one of the 4 dedicated to the safety bar! No point moving it! We like the bar for another great reason. High rep squats – 12-25 reps. The bar just sits there, even without holding it with your hands! Damn we HATE (to love) the bar!!!

  4. Chanel Nolet

    This bar has been a great tool in varying the traditional straight bar squat in my programming. It has shifted the working weight into more of a comfortable front squat position without having to load the bar as much, making it much easier on my joints for longevity and simultaneously helping me get stronger all the time.

  5. Alan Chan

    A very useful piece of equipment (especially when you have really bad elbow tendinitis and you’re 2 weeks out from a meet) that I use regularly.

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