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DHS DHS Training Olympic Bar 20KG

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https://www.predatornutrition.com/fitness-accessories/dhs/DHS1002%2F100%2F101.html
Elite training olympic barbell

Goal: Build Muscle

  • 20kg / 7ft barbell
  • High precision bearings provide maximum rotation
  • The highest quality steel used for the bars
  • Special knurling for perfect grip
  • Maximum Load: 1500kg
£699.98

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Why

DHS are one of the biggest names in weightlifting, with their barbells being used in both world and olympic championships. Use the best equipment to ensure the best results!

When

Designed for weightlifting however any athlete can benefit from having a high quality bar for their training.

Who

Weightlifters, bodybuilders, powerlifters and fitness fanatics will all enjoy this barbell for their home training.

Predator Nutrition DHS Training Olympic Bar 20KG Review

What are DHS Training Olympic Barbells Used For?

DHS Training Barbells are the barbell of choice for anyone who is looking to perform a high degree of olympic weightlifting training. Unlike a regular commercial gym barbell, DHS manufacture their barbells with the intention of meeting the standards of world class weightlifers. That is not hyperbole either as DHS were the official supplier for the 2008 Beijing Olympics and have been the official equipment supplier for multiple world and national championships.

Unlike the bars used in the finals of an olympic games though, the DHS Training Barbell is a better choice for day to day training with the competition barbell reserved for days you go for a PB or go into competition yourself. 

DHS Training Olympic Barbell vs DHS Competition Bars

There may be some serious athletes reading this wondering why they should use anything else but a competition barbell because surely they are the best barbells available? As it happens the only difference between a competition and training barbell is the degree of knurling on the bar. A competition bar knurling is sharper/rougher which means the athlete gets a better grip. If you are only going to do a few reps on a one-off basis then a competition bar sounds logical enough but given most olympic weightlifting sessions will involve upwards of a dozen reps at a minimum, multiple times a week, anyone using a competition barbell regularly will soon find their hands taking too much punishment.

For this one reason, we recommend people invest in a training barbell rather than a competition barbell if they can choose only one.

DHS Training Barbell vs Commercial Gym Barbells

More realistically, for 99% of people, the choice to be made won't be between an expensive, premium barbell and an even more expensive, premium barbell but instead why anyone should invest in a DHS Training Bar instead of in a much cheaper barbell especially if the weights they are going to be using are within a bar's load limit.

There are a number of benefits which a DHS Training Bar offers for the average gymgoer:

  • Superior feel - improving your mind-muscle connection in bodybuilding parlance
  • Better grip - Not only will you be able to lift more weight with a better grip but the focus will be on the right muscle groups
  • Better bar motion - At least when performing dynamic exercises like snatches or cleans, the extra whip on a DHS bar means you will find lifts are easier to make and thus progress in your fitness more quickly
  • Durability - Unlike a cheap gym bar, a DHS bar will hold its integrity longer, and retain the same performance years after you buy it
  • Performance - When you tie the above together, what it translates to is a bar that lets you perform in the correct technique that is optimal for gaining muscle mass and power.

Why you Should Consider a DHS Barbell

The biggest benefit by far will be noticed once you train with a DHS Training Barbell for the first time. Think of the difference between driving a car with manual steering versus power steering. You can argue they both get you from A to B but the latter is so much better, and makes for a much more enjoyable experience and if we are talking performance, will translate over a long journey into incremental gains that compound over time such that after a year of training, we are sure you will be in better shape, less likely to get injured, and progressing more quickly on your lifts.

When it comes to fitness, we often make the wrong priorities. Having a clean diet during the week and then overeating at the weekend. Or maybe spending a fortune for the best cuts of meat or fish rather than something a little cheaper but with equivalent protein. It even extends to supplements and we say that with a firm grasp of irony. Too many expect miracles from a supplement while their training and diet is poor.

If you read the paragraph above, you can see almost everyone ends to prioritise minutiae to do with diet, or supplements but almost everyone accepts sub-standard gym equipment totally ignoring the fact the training itself is by far the most important variable involved.

Get your priorities in order and invest in the best training barbell available.

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What are DHS Training Olympic Barbells Used For?

DHS Training Barbells are the barbell of choice for anyone who is looking to perform a high degree of olympic weightlifting training. Unlike a regular commercial gym barbell, DHS manufacture their barbells with the intention of meeting the standards of world class weightlifers. That is not hyperbole either as DHS were the official supplier for the 2008 Beijing Olympics and have been the official equipment supplier for multiple world and national championships.

Unlike the bars used in the finals of an olympic games though, the DHS Training Barbell is a better choice for day to day training with the competition barbell reserved for days you go for a PB or go into competition yourself. 

DHS Training Olympic Barbell vs DHS Competition Bars

There may be some serious athletes reading this wondering why they should use anything else but a competition barbell because surely they are the best barbells available? As it happens the only difference between a competition and training barbell is the degree of knurling on the bar. A competition bar knurling is sharper/rougher which means the athlete gets a better grip. If you are only going to do a few reps on a one-off basis then a competition bar sounds logical enough but given most olympic weightlifting sessions will involve upwards of a dozen reps at a minimum, multiple times a week, anyone using a competition barbell regularly will soon find their hands taking too much punishment.

For this one reason, we recommend people invest in a training barbell rather than a competition barbell if they can choose only one.

DHS Training Barbell vs Commercial Gym Barbells

More realistically, for 99% of people, the choice to be made won't be between an expensive, premium barbell and an even more expensive, premium barbell but instead why anyone should invest in a DHS Training Bar instead of in a much cheaper barbell especially if the weights they are going to be using are within a bar's load limit.

There are a number of benefits which a DHS Training Bar offers for the average gymgoer:

  • Superior feel - improving your mind-muscle connection in bodybuilding parlance
  • Better grip - Not only will you be able to lift more weight with a better grip but the focus will be on the right muscle groups
  • Better bar motion - At least when performing dynamic exercises like snatches or cleans, the extra whip on a DHS bar means you will find lifts are easier to make and thus progress in your fitness more quickly
  • Durability - Unlike a cheap gym bar, a DHS bar will hold its integrity longer, and retain the same performance years after you buy it
  • Performance - When you tie the above together, what it translates to is a bar that lets you perform in the correct technique that is optimal for gaining muscle mass and power.

Why you Should Consider a DHS Barbell

The biggest benefit by far will be noticed once you train with a DHS Training Barbell for the first time. Think of the difference between driving a car with manual steering versus power steering. You can argue they both get you from A to B but the latter is so much better, and makes for a much more enjoyable experience and if we are talking performance, will translate over a long journey into incremental gains that compound over time such that after a year of training, we are sure you will be in better shape, less likely to get injured, and progressing more quickly on your lifts.

When it comes to fitness, we often make the wrong priorities. Having a clean diet during the week and then overeating at the weekend. Or maybe spending a fortune for the best cuts of meat or fish rather than something a little cheaper but with equivalent protein. It even extends to supplements and we say that with a firm grasp of irony. Too many expect miracles from a supplement while their training and diet is poor.

If you read the paragraph above, you can see almost everyone ends to prioritise minutiae to do with diet, or supplements but almost everyone accepts sub-standard gym equipment totally ignoring the fact the training itself is by far the most important variable involved.

Get your priorities in order and invest in the best training barbell available.

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