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Adjustable Deadlift, Shrug, Row bar
Posted By Scott Bird
Adjustable Deadlift, Shrug, Row barThis is superb. Pat Hodgson (aka ‘The Dark Master‘) has produced plans (complete with a few renderings) for an adjustable deadlift/shrug/row bar. As all three of these exercises rate highly on my list of ‘fun things to do in the gym’, I can definitely see this getting a lot of use.
The plans have been made freely available [.pdf, 1.1mb]; all that’s requested is a photograph of any that are built. Any welders out there?
Incidentally, if this has got you thinking about grabbing one for yourself, swing by the SttB Strength Store. Massive range.

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