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Black Heavy Duty Arm Body Building Curl Isolater Muscle Builder Bar

$50.99

Description:


We have aimed to provide comfort through our super padded, dense elbow pads, these allow the user to reduce the momentum caused when not using a biceps isolater, when performing dumbbell curls and barbell curls. Our design reduces the unnecessary stress put on arms when performing curls due to our brand new elbow pads. This product is a simple device to use. The bicep blaster is ideal if you are looking to bulk up your biceps. You are worth it. What are you waiting for?


Features:

1. Made of high strength spring steel material, strong construction.

2. Maximizes your bicep and triceps workouts by allowing maximum stability and isolation.

3. Comes with neck strap, with foam neck padding which is anti-skid and effectively relieve neck pain. Dense elbow pads further ensure comfort and stability.

4. Quick and easy release adjustable strap.

5. Features a 220 lb capacity webbed nylon belt.


Specifications:

Material: High strength spring steel

Color: Black

Package Weight: approx. 1.435kg

Size: approx. 64 x 8cm / 25.19" x 3.14" (L x W)

Quantity: 1pc


Package Included:
1 x arm muscle builder


Note:

Please allow 1-3cm error due to manual measurement. Thanks for your understanding.

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