TITAN Safety Squat Bar vs Rogue Pyrros bar [Article, Video]
This is a comparison of the TITAN Safety Squat bar and the Rogue Pyrros bar. Follow the links for more details
Overview and review of the Rogue Pyrros bar
This overview of the Rogue Pyrros bar was originally published in my comprehensive guide on which Rogue barbell to buy. If you are currently considering to buy a Rogue barbell it is worth a read to get input on the latest models. I update the guide on a yearly basis depending on Rogue's new releases.
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Overview of the Pyrros bar
Pros of the Pyrros bar
Cons of the Pyrros bar
The Rogue Pyrros bar is a fine tuned tool for champions by a champion. Have one in your weightlifting gym to invoke inspirational goals in your athletes. Have little games to earn the right to train with it. Treat it with respect and be happy that the Olympic spirit is still alive and well.
Overview and review of the TITAN Safety Squat bar
The Titan Safety squat bar will put you back about $200 TITAN is well known for their very good prices compared to their competition and will get you started on your home gym. This review was originally posted in “which barbell to get from TITAN”.
Overview of the Safety squat bar
Shoulder and arm pads for a comfortable lift
5" drop keeps the weight plates lower for a stabilized center of gravity and better balance
6" hand grips for control when needed.
Extra thick pad comes in one piece to prevent sliding on the bar while squatting.
Capacity: 1500 LB
Weight: 61 LB
Overall length: 90.5”
Handle Spacing: 12.75”
Shoulder Pad Spacing: 8"
Bar Diameter: 1.5”
Loadable Sleeve Length: 16”
Camber Drop: 5”
Handle Angle: 22 Degrees
Pros of the Safety squat bar
Cons of the Safety squat bar
Alternatives to the Safety Squat bar
TITAN Bison bar