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Branch & Beam

Branch & Beam

Price Qty
The Branch
$165.00
 

The Beam
$165.00

Gear Specs

Brand Rogue Fitness
Product Weight Branch: 39lbs, Beam: 41lbs
Length 80 ½"
Width 3"
Made In USA Yes
Free Shipping No
3 Ships Free No

Super Fat Bars

In strength training, the need for variety isn’t limited to the range of exercises in your regimen—it applies to equipment, as well. This is why Rogue has created two new advanced “fat bar” options, designed to improve grip and forearm strength while adding a challenging new dimension to pulls and dead lifts for the seasoned weightlifter.

Both the Branch Fat Bar and Beam Fat Bar start with the same 1 ½”  pipe as the Rogue Axle, with 14” inches of loadable space and weight capacities topping 550 lbs. The distinction comes in the Branch and Beam’s 38 ½” fat grip areas.

  • The Rogue Branch Fat Bar
    • Round grip
    • Outside Diameter: 3”
    • Bar Length: 80 ½”
    • Bar Weight: 39 lbs.
  • The Rogue Beam Fat Bar
    • Square grip
    • Fat Grip is 3x3”
    • Bar Length: 80 ½”
    • Bar Weight: 41 lbs

Fat bar training has become increasingly popular in recent years, but a fat grip shouldn’t be seen as a novelty item. Sturdiness and quality are still essential, and the American-made Beam and Branch Fat Bars deliver on both fronts. Get a grip on the one that best suits you.

Branch & Beam is rated 4.5 out of 5 by 2.
Rated 5 out of 5 by from LOVE IT! Bought both the BEAM and the BRANCH. Both are built to last a lifetime. I am using each once a week and am very happy with the progress that I am making. Money well spent.
Date published: 2014-03-21
Rated 4 out of 5 by from This bar isn't what I expected, but it has a well deserved spot in my routine and I am becoming more dynamic because of it. I bought the beam bar close to a month ago. First of all its a completley unique and different (at least for me) lift feel. Ill try an be modest but i have what i consider a strong grip but this bar through me through a loop. i couldnt believe how difficult it was just to pick up and hold. Its comparable of trying to palm a basketball when your hands are barely big enough. The best use i have found is to use very light weight (tens) and hold it about an inch out from my legs, for time, after farmerwalks or deadlifts. As I have said before this bar isn't what i expected, but it has a well deserved spot in my routine and I am becoming more dynamic because of it.
Date published: 2013-04-20