I currently have one of the 14 inch cambered bars from New York barbells. I've decided with the new gym, its time to upgrade to something that won't flex like crazy with over 500 lbs on it. Not that the New York barbells bar is "bad" its just got way, way too much flex for my liking. Honestly, I'm afraid we are going to bend it.
Does anyone know is there any difference between the one Elitefts sells (i'm assuming this is the same as the williams strength bar) and Crepinseks (I think the one being sold from them or on Westside Barbells website)?
I'm wanting to get the absolute best bar for my money so even subtle differences are important.
Also, does anyone know are they still making the "nonrackable" cambered bars? Id honestly like to have that one if I can find it because this bar will be used either suspended or in my monolift.
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