TITAN 12-inch log bar vs Rogue C70 bar
This is a comparison between the TITAN 12-inch log bar and the Rogue C70 bar including pros, cons, and alternatives. The Original was published in Which Strongman equipment to get from TITAN. Follow the links for details
Overview and review of the Rogue C 70 Bar
This is an overview of the Rogue C70 bar which is a short barbell for lower cost and easier storage. This article was originally published in "Which Rogue barbell to buy".
The rogue C70 is a short version of the Ohio bar. The main difference is that the loadable sleeve length is 12.00 instead of 16.40. This makes it a great bar if you want to get a lot of CrossFitters in the same space or if your basement gym has very limited space. The length makes it impossible to rack the bar in regular racks and squat stands.
The C70 bar weighs 35lb and has a diameter of 28.5mm. It withstands 190K PSI Tensile strength. The sleeves are attached to the shaft with bushing. The available coating is Black Zinc.
This is a very specialised bar. Only consider getting it if you face this exact problem, not being able to get enough Crossfitters into one space, which is a very special challenge to have.
Overview and review of the TITAN 12-inch log bar
This is an overview of the TITAN 12-inch log bar including pros, cons, and alternatives. The Original was published in Which Strongman equipment to get from TITAN. Follow the links for details
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12-inch Log bar V2 $250
Overview of the 12-inch log bar
Pros of the 12-inch log bar
Cost efficient design
Neutral handles with space
Compatible with standard plates
Cons of the 12-inch log bar
Big boy toy
A little too long