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Old 01-09-2013, 09:15 AM   #1
Michael Fall
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Default Advice on O bars

Hi everyone,

We are looking to add some competition bars to our equipment. Right now we have about 25 bars divided between the old Pendlay bars circa 2007 (Still going strong) york and Rogue bars. These are awesome for the abuse we put them through.

As we are now developing our Weightlifting side and have some lifters getting into the intermediate level it is time to buy some bars. I have looked at Werksam, DHS, Eliko and Pendlay. So, my question is this. One mens bar and one womans bar, what would you buy?

Thanks much,

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