What makes "The World's BADDEST Barbell" so bad? It can do things that no other barbell can do. This is one purpose behind these holes drilled the length of the bar ends. Why are they there? We'll reveal this surprise soon...


 

THE WORLD'S
BADDEST BARBELL!

Knurling: On the bottom you'll see a regulation power bar, 1-1/16 inches with a six-inch wide center knurling. At the top, The World's BADDEST Barbell, 1-3/8ths inch thick with an 18-inch wide center knurl. Why is this important? Part of the reason for the center knurl in the first place is to keep the bar in position for heavy squats, and the "standard" six-inch patch hardly makes a dent in most cases...

A closer look at the precision diamond point knurling which I believe is 14 pitch - yeah, it has some BITE to it.

More details soon...

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The World's Baddest Barbell