The ProBar was developed out of the necessity to help people move again. Training strength, speed and endurance are all important factors in health and fitness, but mobility is the crux. Open hips will make a runner faster; a full range of motion will make a golfer’s drive longer. Without mobility, athletes can’t maximize their performance to reach their potential best.
ProBar corrects poor movement patterns and creates a wider, more precise range of motion for enhanced, injury-free performance. In the ring, on the field, green or court, or throughout your everyday life, the ProBar will help you move better.
The two pillars, or modalities that the ProBar is built-upon revolve around the inner spring *resistance of the bar, as well as the ability to custom *load the bar with 500g slugs into the handle tube, which, based on your hand position, creates various lever options to make the weight feel lighter or heavier.
There are even options where you can combine both modalities in single exercises, something few, or we actually dare say NO other tools on the market provide at the level of efficacy of the ProBar.
Dr Rusin states that loaded stretching “has the ability to pack on muscle mass in a way that is both safe to the joints and effective for increasing relative intensities of sets without ever adding another sloppy rep into the mix.”
ProBar costs $199.
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