The Quick Click Barbell Does Away with Clamps and Springs

By: Meghan Young - Published: Aug 18, 2012 • References: yankodesign
The old-school way of changing weights on a barbell can be very frustrating, but the Quick Click barbell hopes to change that. It makes transitioning through weights much easier. This ensure that the flow of a workout isn't constantly interrupted, which maximizes the effectiveness of the workout.

Designed by Vincent H. Bowman, the Quick Click barbell replaces the hard-to-use clamps and springs that hold the weights together with a quick click system that is almost instantaneous to execute. Influenced by his wife's complaint about how difficult it is to work with traditional weights, the Quick Click barbell provides a clever solution. By streamlining the entire system of the barbell, Bowman has also created weights that are stackable and take up less space. Stats for Easy Weight-Transitioning Dumbbells Trending: Older & Average
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