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The "bench bar" is also known as a barbell and most full-length barbells (used for bench presses, etc) are 45 lbs.
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usually 20kg or 44lbs depending where your from
If you like it rep it.
He's right. At my gym there is also a shorter barbell. It's not an EZ Curl bar. It's a little longer than the EZ Curl, but it's as dense as a regular barbell, so it weighs 35 lbs.
the olympic one is 44 or 45lbs, and the one i have at home (dont know the name) is only 20 lbs. i know the olympic one gets wide at the ends where the weights go on, as my 20lb bar is the same width throughout the whole bar
Bench Press Barbell: 45 lbs
EZ bar : 20 lbs
Leave your ego at the door.
My gym is pretty state of the art with brand new equipment and I've always thought the bench barbell was 25 lbs. and ez bar was 10.
They both feel real light. I dunno. I gotta check to see if its actually 25 or if its higher. If its higher, then my bench is 200+. yay
try weighing it at the scale
thats what i did
and to my suprise its only 40lbs
Bit stupid of me really but I never considered the amount the E-Z bar or bench bar weighed and never incorporated this into my lifts. Good news really my bench goes up 40lb
Set a goal and stick to it. Determination is everything.
Start bulk now 18/05/04 and this time i'll be consistant!
Max Bench; 220
Max Squat; 240 Height; 5'8 BF; 11%
Bicep; 14" Chest; 40" Waist; 28"