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Mirafit Multi Grip Olympic Swiss Bar, Black - £119.95 / £124.90 delivered @ Mirafit
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Mirafit Multi Grip Olympic Swiss Bar, Black - £119.95 / £124.90 delivered @ Mirafit

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Posted 9th Jun

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Our Olympic Swiss Bar is ideal for helping you to train with precision and quickly switching up grip positions. Perfect for targeting specific muscles while adding variety to your workout. Comes complete with branded orange bands. 350kg capacity.


Mirafit multi Grip Olympic Swiss Bar (Collars Not Included)
Three handle positions including one angled and two neutral
32Mm handle diameter with knurled grips
Handles spaced at 24.5cm, 50cm and 72cm apart
Matt black powder-coated steel construction
Orange mirafit branded silicone inserts (interchangeable)
Swiss bar design relieves pressure and alleviates strain on shoulders and wrists
Compatible with Mirafit M2 cages/racks (not suitable for M1 equipment)
Specification:
Total length: 211cm
Sleeve length: 34.5cm
Bar weight: 19.5kg
Maximum load: 350kg
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An absolutely brilliant piece of kit, love my one and brings a smile out everytime
Wanted one of these for awhile. Neutral grip is kinda on the shoulders
bloodshoteyes09/06/2020 10:46

An absolutely brilliant piece of kit, love my one and brings a smile out …An absolutely brilliant piece of kit, love my one and brings a smile out everytime


That gets me thinking on how you are using yours!. Keep smiling😁
Would a pair of dumbells not be more kinder and natural range of motion on your joints.
Waiting for the garage gym packages to come back in stock and the full sets of dumbells, anyone know when they will be available? Tempted by this Swissbar though 🏼
Pabloc6609/06/2020 10:57

Would a pair of dumbells not be more kinder and natural range of motion on …Would a pair of dumbells not be more kinder and natural range of motion on your joints.


Two completely different things
Edited by: "Jordan_Taylor" 9th Jun
In what sense, what can you do with this that you can't do with dumbells
Pabloc6609/06/2020 11:08

In what sense, what can you do with this that you can't do with dumbells


don't think it takes a genius but one is a dumbell and another is a Swiss Bar.

Two completely different things which aren't comparable...

Its like comparing a atlas stone to a treadmill
Edited by: "Jordan_Taylor" 9th Jun
I didn't mean to be disrespectful, I actually know the physical difference between them both, to be more specific, I was asking what's the benefit of a Swiss bar over a dumbell, I was saying a dumbell would be more kinder to your joints with a more natural range of motion, I was looking for your idea on why a Swiss bar was better and if you believe it wouldn't be more detrimental on your joints than a dumbell.
Pabloc6609/06/2020 11:27

I didn't mean to be disrespectful, I actually know the physical difference …I didn't mean to be disrespectful, I actually know the physical difference between them both, to be more specific, I was asking what's the benefit of a Swiss bar over a dumbell, I was saying a dumbell would be more kinder to your joints with a more natural range of motion, I was looking for your idea on why a Swiss bar was better and if you believe it wouldn't be more detrimental on your joints than a dumbell.


And when you say its totally different so you can't compare the two, can you tell me what exercises you can do with the Swiss bar that you can't do with the dumbells.
I got one of these (a different brand) for a shoulder injury and they are terrific. Regards the difference to dumbells, you can do the various grips with both but it "feels" different to both dumbells and a straight barbell - the balance is different and you definitely can't lift as much. The other angled grips (other than neutral) would be hard to do with dumbells, and a big advantage is you rack this so if you are training on your own you don't have to worry about getting the dumbells up/down at the start/end (which is probably how I injured my shoulder in the first place. Its a fair question to ask and there are similar exercises you can do but honestly my shoulder is OK now and I still use this a a lot for chest, shoulder, rows, biceps and triceps curls.I got this one - not a "deal" - normal price and delivery takes it up to £200! It is a great bar though. I'd never heard of these till I did my shoulder and someone suggested it.
thehappyhammer09/06/2020 12:12

I got one of these (a different brand) for a shoulder injury and they are …I got one of these (a different brand) for a shoulder injury and they are terrific. Regards the difference to dumbells, you can do the various grips with both but it "feels" different to both dumbells and a straight barbell - the balance is different and you definitely can't lift as much. The other angled grips (other than neutral) would be hard to do with dumbells, and a big advantage is you rack this so if you are training on your own you don't have to worry about getting the dumbells up/down at the start/end (which is probably how I injured my shoulder in the first place. Its a fair question to ask and there are similar exercises you can do but honestly my shoulder is OK now and I still use this a a lot for chest, shoulder, rows, biceps and triceps curls.I got this one - not a "deal" - normal price and delivery takes it up to £200! It is a great bar though. I'd never heard of these till I did my shoulder and someone suggested it.


Thanks for that,that was the info I was looking for.
Pabloc6609/06/2020 12:29

Thanks for that,that was the info I was looking for.


welcome mate
thehappyhammer09/06/2020 12:12

I got one of these (a different brand) for a shoulder injury and they are …I got one of these (a different brand) for a shoulder injury and they are terrific. Regards the difference to dumbells, you can do the various grips with both but it "feels" different to both dumbells and a straight barbell - the balance is different and you definitely can't lift as much. The other angled grips (other than neutral) would be hard to do with dumbells, and a big advantage is you rack this so if you are training on your own you don't have to worry about getting the dumbells up/down at the start/end (which is probably how I injured my shoulder in the first place. Its a fair question to ask and there are similar exercises you can do but honestly my shoulder is OK now and I still use this a a lot for chest, shoulder, rows, biceps and triceps curls.I got this one - not a "deal" - normal price and delivery takes it up to £200! It is a great bar though. I'd never heard of these till I did my shoulder and someone suggested it.


Hi, on which can’t you lift as much?
I press dumbbells for both chest & shoulders now with a neutral grip & this completely eliminated shoulder pain. Which is why I want one of these (so I can reintroduce barbell bench press, shoulder press & rows)
JumpMan198009/06/2020 13:19

Hi, on which can’t you lift as much?


you won't lift as much on the swiss bar as a straight barbell - you can work just as hard but max weight will be lower. I think it is because there is more balancing involved.

By the way I see this one has three pairs of handles, their other style (out of stock for now) looks the same as mine and has 4 pairs. The wider angled pair (missing from this one) is one of my favourite grips on the bar.
Edited by: "thehappyhammer" 9th Jun
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