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barbell

A weight-training device consisting of a long steel bar with attached weights of various weights, which requires both hands to lift.
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The campaign will culminate at the end of National Breast Cancer Awareness Month, when DUX Dental will donate up to $7,500 to Barbells for Boobs.
Also worrying for the weightlifting body is the fact that the barbells shortage is now threatening to upset the plans of the lifters who are preparing for the Senior and Junior Commonwealth Championships to be held in Penang, Malaysia, from October 20.
Another way to work your biceps is to swap your two dumbbells for a single barbell, to do "21s".
Once the molecules have cooled, even a moderate electric field is strong enough to stall the slowed atomic barbells in mid-tumble, Friedrich explains.
SAN FRANCISCO, July 14, 2014 /PRNewswire-iReach/ -- Form, fatigue and repetition; It's the trifecta of weight training success according to fitness experts and the barbell and dumbbells are the tools of the trade.
Strength training, also called resistance training, exercises muscles by using opposing forces - barbells, dumbbells or resistance bands.
Weighlifting body says shortage of barbells is causing immense problems
4 -- ran in SAC edition only) Looking like a champion, 5-foot-tall Matilda White steadily holds out the barbells in her exercise class.
I'll tell you one thing, not only should they not allow barbells in prison, they should throw out the law books.
Description: This recall involves Rogue Fitness J-Cup brackets used to hold barbells on weightlifting racks.
The barbells have been certified by the IWF (International Weightlifting Federation) and are the official barbell of USA Weightlifting.
Waheb, who started working out regularly last May after a layoff of five years, incorporates dumbbells, barbells and weight-machine work into her regimen.