- Ergonomic Design: The Kyoto Curl Barbell allows for a natural wrist position, minimizing the strain and maximizing comfort during exercises like curls and skull crushers.
- Versatility: Beyond curls, this bar is perfect for a plethora of exercises such as overhead press, good mornings, front squats, back squats, and more. Expand your repertoire without the need for multiple bars.
- Rackable: Unlike many specialty bars, the Kyoto Curl Barbell is designed to fit seamlessly onto standard racks. Transition with ease between exercises, making it ideal for supersetting or circuit training.
- Durable Construction: Made with high-grade steel, this barbell is constructed to withstand heavy lifts and drops, ensuring longevity and reliability.
- Non-slip Grip: With its knurled handle sections, maintain a firm grip even during the most intense workouts. Say goodbye to unwanted slips and hello to full control.
✓ Stop Shoulder, Elbow, Wrist Discomfort
✓ Large and Steep Bends
✓ Versatile 3-Grip Design
✓ Fits On Power Racks
Bigger Bends. Bigger Gains.
Bending Steel was costly and time consuming.
However the extra performance is worth it.
Kyoto Curl Bar
Kyoto Rackable Curl Bar
3 Grip Widths
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Kyoto Curl Bar Dimensions
Why Kyoto Curl Bar?
KYOTO CURL BAR
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We want you to reach your fitness goals, enjoy your life and feel healthy. The last thing we want is to create more stress in your life, so if you decide this item is not for you we'll be happy to give you a no-hassle, no-questions-asked 100% refund.
Kyoto Curl Barbell FAQs
For any other questions, our customer support team is at your service from Monday to Friday, between 9:30 AM and 4:30 PM PST.
What materials is the barbell made from?
The barbell is made of A3 Steel and has 2 needle bearings and 2 copper bush bearings. The barbell has a chrome finish.
Does the barbell come with weight plates and collars?
No, weights and collars are not included.
What exercises can be performed using this barbell?
Upper Body Exercises
- Utilize the ergonomic grip to perform standard bicep curls.
Tricep Extensions (Skull Crushers):
- Lying flat on a bench, extend and bend your elbows, bringing the bar towards your forehead.
Close-Grip Bench Press:
- With a narrow, supinated grip, perform a bench press to target the triceps and chest.
- Hold the bar with a pronated (overhand) grip and perform curls to target the brachialis and brachioradialis.
- Use a preacher bench to isolate the biceps while minimizing the involvement of the shoulder muscles.
- Pull the bar upwards towards your chin, focusing on working the shoulders and traps.
Seated Overhead Press:
- While seated, press the bar overhead to work on the deltoids.
- Bend over and pull the bar towards your hip area, targeting the mid-back.
- Curl the bar upwards while keeping it in contact with your torso to target the biceps differently.
Incline Bench Press:
- Perform a bench press on an inclined bench to target the upper chest.
Lower Body Exercises
- Hold the bar in a back squat position and perform forward or reverse lunges.
- Holding the bar on your shoulders, step up onto a raised platform or bench.
- Resting the bar on your upper back, perform traditional squats.
- Hold the bar in a racked position across the front of the shoulders and perform squats.
Full Body Exercises
Clean and Press:
- Perform a clean to bring the bar to shoulder height, followed by an overhead press.
- Combining a front squat and overhead press, thrusters work on multiple muscle groups.
- While seated on the ground, hold the bar with extended arms and rotate your torso, tapping the bar lightly on the ground beside you.
- Kneeling on the floor, roll the bar forward while keeping your back straight and then pull it back.