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The Texas Power Bar is the leader in the field of competitive Powerlifting and strength sports and has achieved cult status among seasoned lifters.
Developed and still made by Capps Welding in Texas these bars have stood the test of time and are widely recognised as the best barbell offering value for money and durability.
The Texas range of barbells comes in three varieties
When you buy a Texas Power Bar you are investing in quality and reliability that you simply cannot buy with any other Standard Olympic barbell.
This bar is an excellent all round bar that provides reasonable whip on the deadlift while offering enough stiffness for those heavy squats, coupled with the centre knurling to aid grip.
Measuring 2200mm in length and manufactured with an aggressive style knurling this Texas Power Bar will take almost anything that you can throw at it.
This high quality competition barbell features tough zinc coating and a 28.5mm shaft machined in order to provide an aggressive knurling. This bar is not for the faint hearted
If your looking for the best all round barbell at a great price you have come to the right place.
My powerlifting members at Bristol Barbell Club love this bar, we have 3 of them from Kustom Kit.
Great service and super fast delivery.
Gee whizz! Got this fabulous bar yesterday, straight down the gym I went. A great piece of kit it is too I have to say. So stiff and grippy!
Thank you for the excellent speedy service troops.
Pain Pill is the nice name...
The pictures on this website REALLY don't do the item justice! It's HUGE!!! 23kg of solid PAIN!! I bought this expecting to be able to use it alone, and for my quads and frontal muscles I can. For your hammies etc.. you really need a partner to load the weight onto you and keep it steady. The quality of the machining is 2nd to none! If you're looking for something to pulverise your muscles, look no further!! Awesome!!
(Posted on 28 February 2017)