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Globe Shot Loading Barbells

GBL01

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Globe Shot Loading Barbells
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  • Shot Loading Globe Barbells

Globe Shot Loading Barbells

You thought they were gone...

NOW You Can Get Your Very Own Classic Strongman Barbells!

Steve Weiner (photo at left) is doing an amazing feat of strength with this 6 Foot Globe Barbell. He is performing a Zercher lift with weight hanging from his head!

This is a shot loading barbell that was loaded up to 200 pounds. Empty, it weighs about 150 pounds. It also has a CUSTOM polished and clear coated finish.

Our STANDARD stocking Globe Barbell has Classic Gloss Black painted heads and chrome metal flake painted bar. These barbells weigh approximately 120 pounds, 6 1/2 foot length, 1 and 1/2 inch diameter handle, 10 inch diameter heads and are NOT calibrated. Price listed is for the STANDARD piece, without freight. Freight is calculated by the web site after you enter your delivery address. Unless this is part of a much larger order, this STANDARD item ships by UPS to your door.

Custom Shot Loading Globe Barbell

Steinborn Lifts are ideally done with a globe type barbell. This one has a 1 and 5/8 inch diameter handle and 12 inch diameter shot loading heads, with a standard paint job.(Photo Above)

These and other options are available on customized pieces, for which you must first speak with our development staff.

You too can learn how to do this classic feat from Roger LaPointe, with Individual Telephone Training.

Orders can also be picked up at our Location in Bowling Green, Ohio; BY APPOINTMENT ONLY.

Phone: 419-352-5100

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