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GIANT Northland Open Trap Hex Bar
GIANT Northland Open Trap Hex Bar

GIANT Northland Open Trap Hex Bar

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GIANT Safety Squat Bar
GIANT Safety Squat Bar

GIANT Safety Squat Bar

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GIANT V2 EZ Curl Bar
GIANT V2 EZ Curl Bar

GIANT V2 EZ Curl Bar

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GIANT Trap Hex Bar
GIANT Trap Hex Bar

GIANT Trap Hex Bar

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GIANT Loadable Dumbbell Pairs
GIANT Loadable Dumbbell Pairs

GIANT Loadable Dumbbell Pairs

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GIANT Slim Farmers Carry Handles
GIANT Slim Farmers Carry Handles

GIANT Slim Farmers Carry Handles

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GIANT Training Bar - Black Zinc
GIANT Training Bar - Black Zinc

GIANT Training Bar - Black Zinc

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SPECIALTY BARS

Unlock new dimensions of strength and versatility in your workouts with our premium selection of specialty bars at Giant Lifting. Whether you're focusing on specific muscle groups or looking to add variety to your training routine, our specialty bars are designed to help you achieve your fitness goals with precision and effectiveness. From hex bars and curl bars to trap bars and more, our specialty bars offer innovative designs and superior construction to elevate your strength training experience.

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Our specialty bars are constructed from high-quality materials, ensuring durability, stability, and reliability through even the most intense workouts. With innovative designs and ergonomic features, our specialty bars are engineered to provide optimal comfort, grip, and performance, allowing you to focus on your lifts without distraction. From classic hex bars to versatile curl bars, our collection offers a variety of options to suit your specific training goals and preferences, whether you're targeting specific muscle groups or adding variety to your routine.

Yes! Specialty bars are specifically designed to target different muscle groups and movement patterns, allowing you to isolate and strengthen specific areas of your body with precision. For example, hex bars are excellent for deadlift variations and lower body exercises, while curl bars are ideal for bicep curls and other arm-focused movements. Incorporating specialty bars into your training regimen can help you address weaknesses, improve muscle imbalances, and achieve more balanced and symmetrical muscle development.

Curl bars, also known as EZ bars, are specifically designed to target the biceps and forearms effectively. Some of the best exercises to perform with a curl bar include:Bicep Curls: Grab the curl bar with an underhand grip and curl the weight toward your shoulders, focusing on contracting the biceps throughout the movement.Reverse Curls: Hold the curl bar with an overhand grip and curl the weight toward your shoulders, targeting the brachioradialis and other forearm muscles for improved grip strength and forearm development.Skull Crushers: Lie on a bench and hold the curl bar with an overhand grip, extending your arms toward the ceiling and lowering the weight behind your head to target the triceps effectively.Preacher Curls: Use a preacher bench and hold the curl bar with an underhand grip, curling the weight toward your shoulders while keeping your upper arms supported on the bench for maximum isolation of the biceps.

When selecting a specialty bar, consider factors such as bar design, grip style, and intended use to ensure it aligns with your specific training goals and preferences. Determine the muscle groups you want to target and the types of exercises you plan to perform with the bar. Also assess the quality and construction of the bar to ensure it meets your durability and performance standards. 

Hex bars, also known as trap bars, are versatile pieces of equipment that can be used for a variety of exercises targeting the lower body and posterior chain muscles. Some of the best exercises to perform with trap hex bars include:Deadlifts: Hex bars are excellent for deadlift variations, allowing for a more natural grip position and reduced stress on the lower back compared to traditional barbell deadlifts.Farmer's Walks: Grab the handles of the hex bar and walk while holding the weight, engaging your grip, core, and leg muscles for a full-body workout.Squats: Use the hex bar to perform squat variations, such as hex bar squats or hex bar hack squats, to target your quadriceps, hamstrings, and glutes effectively.Shrugs: Hold the hex bar with an overhand grip and lift your shoulders toward your ears to target the trapezius muscles for improved upper body strength and stability.

When selecting a specialty bar, consider factors such as bar design, grip style, and intended use to ensure it aligns with your specific training goals and preferences. Determine the muscle groups you want to target and the types of exercises you plan to perform with the bar. Also assess the quality and construction of the bar to ensure it meets your durability and performance standards.