Not all Bars are Made Equal
Barbells aren’t for everyone. They’re awkward, bulky and not to mention if you’re going to the gym every meat head has probably already snatched them up.
These days, at popular moments of the day it seems over half the time of being at the gym is waiting for someone to be done with the weights or the bench so you can get your workout in. What if the waiting could be eliminated from the equation? But you still have the capability to improve your upper body without needing to touch a barbell?
Welcome to the Fit Stik Pro, a functional piece of equipment that allows you perform a multitude of movements from different lines of pull so you never need to deal with the awkward barbell.
Whether you’re an athlete or looking to get a good workout, this bar gives you the opportunity to work different muscle groups from various lines of pull. All you’ll need to workout is the bar, a sturdy anchor point and a couple Slastix.
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If you’re want to do more than a simple press or row and don’t want to change equipment, give this bar a try. Each end has two swivel eyelets to accommodate each movement, so as you change direction the bar will transition with you; instead of hindering your movements. There are a multitude of exercises you can perform, just change the anchoring point to shift the line of pull.
For anyone annoyed with wasted time and lack of equipment at a gym we have your solution. You may no longer have a need to step into a gym, but now you may workout in the comfort of your own home. If you have a sturdy anchor point you can take the bar along anywhere you go.
Finally, there’s hassle free fitness with a multitude of uses.
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