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I have very limited space for my home gym, which takes up roughly half of a small bedroom in my house. I like my full size barbells, but loading and unloading bumpers from a 7ft bar in a small space is cumbersome. 

Thankfully, “shorty” Olympic barbells came on my radar last year and I’ve spent a few months researching and testing a few options for permanent inclusion in my home gym.

Short Olympic bars come in several sizes, but I decided to only look at 6ft bars since this size offers the best compromise between compactness and usefulness.

Requirements

The majority of power racks are built to accommodate a standard 7ft barbell, which has about 52” of shaft length between collars. I don’t have a power rack, but I do have squat stands and I keep them roughly 49” apart. 

A short barbell needs to fit on my squat stands to use for squats, overhead presses, and bench presses, so the short barbell must be rackable. In other words, it has to have at least 49” of shaft length between collars. 

I also wanted a bar with a shaft diameter between 28-28.5mm, since that’s the range best suited for the mix of powerlifting and Olympic lifts I like to do.

The bar also needs to support at least 300lbs of weight. I picked this weight because it’s within achievable range for most healthy adults who train consistently, especially on the big compound lifts like deadlifts and squats.

In summary, I want a short bar that meets the following criteria:

  • Rackable, with at least 49″ of bar width between collars
  • 28-28.5mm shaft diameter
  • At least 300lb max weight

I’ll wager I’m not the only one interested in a bar that meets these criteria, which is why I put together this article. There’s plenty of 6ft bars available, but surprisingly few that meet all three requirements. 

No worries though, I did the research so you don’t have to! After weeks of scouring the internet, reading through forums, and tracking down obscure product information, I managed to find a grand total of just five barbells that met all three requirements:

I’ve purchased all five, and put them all to the test. So without further ado I present you with the best short barbells for home use!

Review summary

Brand

Specs

Rating / Best Use

Buy

Fringe Sport 15kg Shorty Barbell

• 52" bar length

• 28mm bar diameter

• 15kg weight

• 400+lb rating

• 216K PSI 

• Dual markings

• Hard chrome finish

Top Pick

Kettlebell Reviews Rating - Five Stars

• Olympic lifts

• WODs

• MetCons

• Powerlifting

• SL 5x5 

• Home gym

GetRXd 70" Shorty Bar

GetRXd Shorty Bar

• 49" bar length

• 28mm bar diameter

• 35lb weight

• 400+lb rating

• 190K PSI 

• Dual markings

• Hard chrome finish

Best Value

Kettlebell Reviews Rating - Four Stars

• WODs

• MetCons

• Powerlifting

• SL 5x5

• Home gym

Titan 6' Technique Olympic Bar

• 51″ bar length 

• 28mm bar diameter

• 30.5lb weight

• 350lb rating

• Single markings

• Chrome finish

Best Price

Kettlebell Reviews Rating - Four Stars

• Powerlifting

• SL 5x5 

• Home gym

Troy Barbell 6ft Olympic Chrome Bar

Troy Barbell 6ft Olympic Chrome Bar

• 51″ bar length 

• 28mm bar diameter

• 30.5lb weight

• 350lb rating

• Single markings

• Chrome finish

Kettlebell Reviews Rating - Three Stars

• Powerlifting

• SL 5x5 

• Home gym

CAP Ultra-Light Olympic Training Bar

CAP OB-73UL

• 50" bar length

• 28.5mm bar diameter

• 30lb  weight

250lb rating

• Single markings

• Black phosphate bar

• Hard chrome sleeves

Kettlebell Reviews Rating - Two Stars

• SL 5x5

• Home gym

Full reviews

What follows is a full review for each of the bars I’ve tested. For reference, I tested these bars with a 140kg set of Rogue competition bumper plates. These plates are the among the thinnest rubber bumper plates available, and is probably the most weight any of these bars will be able to fit on the sleeves without moving to steel plates.

Best short barbells for home use - Reviews - 140KG Competition Plates for Testing

The test weights. Ain’t they purdy?

For the sake of clarity, some of the bars include the word ‘Olympic’ in the name, but this doesn’t necessarily mean they’re intended to be used for Olympic lifting.

When describing barbell features, the term “Olympic” is often used as shorthand to mean the bar sleeve is 50mm (2″) in diameter. A standard non-Olympic bar typically has sleeves that are 1″ in diameter, so the distinction is important. A bar designated as an ‘Olympic’ bar will be compatible with other equipment designated as ‘Olympic’, like bumper plates and collars.

None of the bars I tested has a center knurl. In fact, I don’t think I’ve seen any short bars with a center knurl, so if that’s important to you you’ll have to go with a full size bar.

Best short barbells for home use - Reviews - Bar Length Comparisons

Top to bottom: GetRXd, Titan, Troy, Fringe Sport, CAP

I should also note that none of these bars is a perfect replacement for a full 7ft barbell. They all have different tradeoffs, but I think the advantages of having a short bar for use in a confined space outweigh the disadvantages.

Best short barbells for home use - Reviews - Sleeve Length Comparisons

Top to bottom: Titan, CAP, GetRXd, Troy, Fringe Sport

Fringe Sport 15kg Shorty Bar Review

The Fringe Sport Shorty Bar is built to the same specs as the Fringe Sport Olympic Weightlifting Bar, but in a smaller package.

It’s clear that Fringe Sport didn’t skimp on quality to make this short barbell. Everything about it feels well made, and the build quality of this bar is the best of all the bars covered in this review.

Best Short Barbells for Home Use - Fringe Sport Shorty Bar Review - Size Comparison

Fringe Sport Shorty Bar size comparison to a regular Olympic bar

Specs

  • 52″ bar length
  • 28mm bar diameter
  • 15kg weight
  • 400+lb weight rating
  • 216K PSI tensile strength
  • 4 bronze bushings per collar
  • Light knurl
  • Dual markings
  • Hard chrome finish

Measured lengths

  • Total: 71.5″
  • Bar: 51.25″
  • Sleeve: 8.75″

The Fringe Sport’s Shorty Bar is a true 15kg bar, which makes plate math easier for those of you lifting in kilos instead of pounds.

The Shorty Bar is spec’d at a full 52″ bar length, which is the same length between sleeves as a regular 7ft bar. This is a big deal, because it makes the bar much more usable for Olympic lifts.

The measured length is actually only 51.25″ so saying it’s a full-width bar is a bit generous, but it’s still one of the widest bar lengths of the review group.

You might be asking yourself, “how’d they do this?”, which is a good question. There’s only so much real estate on a 72″ bar (actual measured length is 71.5″), so they cut down the sleeve lengths to accommodate the full size bar length.

I didn’t find the shorter sleeves to be a hindrance though. The bar will fit the full 140kg of weight, although I’m unable to use my Lock Jaw collars when I do this. As you can see in the pictures below, the collar comes right to the edge of the sleeve with only 120kg of loaded weight.

Best Short Barbells for Home Use - Fringe Sport Shorty Bar Review - Loaded Sleeves

Sleeve loaded with 60kg and a Lock-Jaw collar

The spiral ribbed sleeves spin smoothly and consistently with no side-to-side play. In fact, the amount of spin these sleeves have is impressive, especially since they use bushings instead of bearings. Bumpers slide on and off easily, with almost no noise.

The light knurling extends all the way to the sleeve collars and is easy on the hands, which makes high-rep snatch/clean/jerk sessions a breeze.

On the other hand, the hard chrome finish is great for corrosion resistance, but not so great for maintaining grip during pulls. The hard chrome combined with the light knurl make this bar difficult to hold on to during deadlifts once I start sweating.

It also makes high-rep snatch sessions a little tricky, since I find my hands starting to slide outward when the bar is overhead. A little bit of climbing chalk helps the grip tremendously, but I don’t like using chalk in my spare bedroom if I can avoid it for the sake of keeping my spare bedroom clean.

I would love to see this bar offered with a cerakote option for improved grip, especially since Fringe Sport has recently introduced a cerakote-coated Bomba Bar.

A slightly thicker knurl would also help, although that would potentially impact this bar’s usefulness for high-rep work.

Best Short Barbells for Home Use - Fringe Sport Shorty Bar Review - Knurling and Sleeve

Despite the small size, this bar has room to grow. The Shorty Bar can hold over 400lbs of weight if you use metal plates, so it should be usable by all but the most beastly of you out there.

Best use

The Fringe Sport 15kg Shorty Bar is hands down the most versatile and well made short bar I could find. This bar is perfect for CrossFit-style WoDs and MetCons, Olympic lifts, and also good for pressing lifts like squats, bench press, and overhead press.

This bar can also be used for heavy pulls and high-rep sets, as long as you’re okay with using some chalk for adding grip to the light knurling and chrome finish. 

 Buy The Fringe Sport Shorty Bar

 

GetRXd 70″ Shorty Bar Review

The GetRXd 70″ Shorty Bar is constructed with the same steel as the GetRXd WOD Bars, which are designed to take a beating. Although not explicitly stated in the product info, I confirmed with customer support that the Shorty Bar can be dropped while loaded.

Best Short Barbells for Home Use - GetRXd Shorty Bar Review - Size Comparison

GetRXd 70″ Shorty Bar size comparison to a regular Olympic bar

Specs

  • 49″ bar length (48.75″ measured)
  • 28mm bar diameter
  • 35lb weight
  • 400+lb weight rating
  • 190K PSI tensile strength
  • 1 oversized oil-impregnated bushing per collar
  • Light knurl
  • Dual markings
  • Hard chrome finish

Measured lengths

  • Total: 70″
  • Bar: 48.75″
  • Sleeve: 9″

Of the five bars I found that met my criteria, this bar has the shortest distance between collars (48.75″ measured) and will not fit many standard racks from companies like Rogue Fitness or Fringe Sport, which typically have a distance between posts of 50″.

However, GetRXd and other companies like Rep Fitness do sell power racks with posts spaced 48″ apart. So, if you’re looking at this bar and want to use it with a rack, you do have choices. Another option is to do what I do and use squat stands spaced close enough together to fit the bar.

The sleeves are completely smooth with no side-to-side play. The single oversized bushing in each sleeve provides an okay amount of spin, but not a lot. If you plan to do a lot of Olympic style lifting you may want to look at the Fringe Sport shorty bar instead.

Bumpers slide on and off easily, with very little noise.Best Short Barbells for Home Use - GetRXd Shorty Bar Review - Knurling and Sleeves

Speaking of sleeves, one of the sleeves was damaged during transit and wouldn’t spin properly. I reached out to customer service and after sending them the information they requested that demonstrated the problem, they immediately sent me a replacement and paid for return shipping on the damaged bar.

It’s rarely a good thing to have to contact customer service, but when I do it’s very refreshing to have a frictionless and positive experience and I give GetRXd kudos for that.

The knurling on the GetRXd 70″ Shorty Bar is passive, similar in depth and feel to the Fringe Sport Shorty Bar. Combined with a hard chrome finish, the light knurl makes the bar hard to hold for heavy pulls once the sweat starts flowing.

I get that this is a tradeoff to be expected when using a multi-purpose bar though, so I counter the slick grip with a bit of climbing chalk when necessary. 

Best Short Barbells for Home Use - GetRXd Review - Loaded Sleeves

Sleeve loaded with 60kg and a Lock-Jaw collar

The GetRXd 70″ Shorty Bar can hold the full 140kg of test weight, although I only have 120kg loaded in the pictures above.

I could load an extra 10kg per side and still use my Lock Jaws, although the Lock Jaw extends beyond the end of the bar when I do this. Fine for slow lifts, maybe not so great for fast Olympic lifts.

Then again, I doubt many home lifters will be doing 300+lb cleans and snatches in their spare bedroom with a shorty bar <img draggable=

The GetRXd Shorty can hold over 400lbs of weight if you use metal plates, so it should be usable for the vast majority of home lifters.

Best use

The GetRDx 70″ Shorty Bar is the best compromise between price versus performance. This bar is good for CrossFit-style WoDs and MetCons, and power lifts like squats, bench press, and overhead press as long as you have squat stands or a rack with a 48″ width between posts. 

This bar can also be used for heavy pulls, as long as you’re okay with using some chalk for adding grip to the light knurling and chrome finish.

 Buy The GetRXd 70″ Shorty Bar

 

CAP OB-73UL Review

The CAP OB-73UL, aka the Ultra-Light Olympic Training Bar, is an interesting product that doesn’t quite seem to know what it wants to be. It has the look and feel of a powerlifting bar, but doesn’t have the weight rating to back it up. It has ‘Olympic Training’ in the name, but is definitely not spec’d for Olympic lifting.

It’s an odd duck, and I was left with mixed feelings about it.

Best Short Barbells for Home Use - CAP OB-73UL Review - Size Comparison

CAP Ultra-Light Olympic Training Bar size comparison to a regular Olympic bar

Specs

  • 50″ bar length (52″ measured)
  • 28.5mm bar diameter
  • 30lb  weight
  • 250lb rating
  • Medium knurl
  • Single markings
  • Black phosphate bar
  • Hard chrome sleeves

Measured lengths

  • Total: 73″
  • Bar: 51.75″
  • Sleeve: 9.25″

The OB-73UL is a decent bar that I find myself using a lot. I love the grip on this bar the best of all the bars in the review group, I like to deadlift and the black phosphate finish combined with a medium knurl make the bar easy to hold on to during pulls.

Best Short Barbells for Home Use - CAP OB-73UL Review - Knurling and Sleeve

What is most curious to me about this bar is the weight rating. Even though it looks and feels like a powerlifting bar, it’s only rated to hold 250lbs. Deadlifting over 250lbs is well within the range of achievability of most healthy people that train consistently, so the relatively low weight rating means this bar has a built-in limited lifespan of usefulness.

When I originally bought this bar, the product specs listed the weight rating as 300lbs. If you’ll recall from the requirements section, 300lbs puts the bar right at the limit of acceptable criteria for inclusion in this review. However, CAP lowered the weight rating from 300lb to 250lb in the time between when I bought the bar and posted this review. Boo!

What’s even more confusing is their product website still says the bar will hold 300lbs, even though the specs on the same page clearly state 250lb. Why??

Best Short Barbells for Home Use - CAP OB-73UL Review - Contradicting Product Info

Taken straight from the product page ¯\_(ツ)_/¯ 

I don’t know which rating is correct, but I can verify this bar does hold at least 120kg (264lbs) of weight. However, the bar had a very noticeable bend at this weight and given the inconsistency in ratings I would not recommend using this bar for any pressing or squatting lifts in excess of 250lbs. Better safe than sorry!

The sleeves are grooved and finished in hard chrome. Unlike the other bars, sliding bumpers on and off the CAP bar produces a very irritating high-pitched metal-on-metal scraping. Not sure why, I guess the thin grooves just grate on the bumper inserts.

I mention this in case you have pets or small children, since the sound really annoys my dogs and I have to be extra careful when using this bar.

Sleeve loaded with 60kg and a Lock-Jaw collar

There’s not a lot of spin in the sleeves, and I noted a little bit of side-to-side play in them. Despite the inclusion of “Olympic Training” in the product name, this isn’t really a bar designed with Olympic lifts in mind. 

The bar length between collars measures 51.75″ inches, which is almost the same as a full size bar. CAP managed this by extended the overall length of the entire bar to 73″ to accommodate the extra length.

Incidentally, now you know where the “73” in the OB-73UL name comes from.

Best use

The CAP Ultra-Light Olympic Training Bar is good for basic home gym lifting like bench press, squats, overhead press, deadlifts, and rows. In other words, this is a perfect bar for a Stronglifts 5×5 type workout, at least till you work up to 250lbs in any one lift. 

This is not a bar for use with Olympic lifts, and is unlikely to make a good WOD bar. 

 Buy The CAP Ultra-Light Olympic Training Bar

 

Troy Barbell 6 ft Olympic Chrome Bar Review

The Troy Barbell 6 ft Olympic Chrome Bar is by far the most boring bar of the bunch in terms of specs and features.

That’s not necessarily a bad thing though, it’s still a solid bar with a solid use case.

Best Short Barbells for Home Use - Troy Barbell 6 ft Olympic Chrome Bar Review - Size Comparison

Troy Barbell 6 ft Olympic Chrome Bar size comparison to a regular Olympic bar

Specs

  • 51″ bar length (51.75″ measured)
  • 28mm bar diameter
  • 30.5lb  weight
  • 350lb rating
  • Medium knurl
  • Single markings
  • Chrome finish

Measured lengths

  • Total: 72″
  • Bar: 51.75″
  • Sleeve: 8.75″

The Troy bar came packed in a very sturdy cardboard tube, and is the only bar that arrived without any damage to the packaging by the shipper, so I’ll give Troy credit for awesome packaging.

Best Short Barbells for Home Use - Troy Barbell 6 ft Olympic Chrome Bar Review - Knurling and Sleeve

The Troy Barbell 6 ft Olympic Chrome Bar has a medium knurl that extends to within 1 inch of the collar. The bar has a tacky finish that feels closer to bare steel than chrome.

I was surprised by this till it dawned on me that the bar was not coated with a protective oil for storage and shipping like the rest of the chrome bars were. Incidentally, the tacky grip is great for pulls like deadlifts.

The Troy bar uses bronze bushings that don’t seem to rotate very smoothly, and as a result sleeve spin is almost nonexistent. The lack of decent spin plus the single markings on the bar make it pretty clear this bar is intended for traditional powerlifting rather than Olympic lifting or CrossFit.

The sleeves also wobble a bit while spinning, which is indicative of loose manufacturing tolerances. Not a big deal if you only want to bench/squat/deadlift, but not so bueno if you want to clean/snatch/jerk.

Best Short Barbells for Home Use - Troy Barbell 6 ft Olympic Chrome Bar Review - Loaded Sleeves

Sleeve loaded with 70kg and a partially secure Lock-Jaw collar

The Troy Barbell 6 ft Olympic Chrome Bar sleeve is long enough to hold the full 140kg of test weight, although as you can see from the picture above there’s not much room left over for a full size collar. 

Even though the sleeves are smooth, sliding bumpers on and off resulted in a high-pitched scraping sound. Not as bad as the CAP bar, but close.

The specs for this bar are very clear that 350lbs is a static weight limit, meaning that this bar is not intended to be dropped. This includes deadlifts, which means that 140kg (308lbs) is probably the actual working limit if you don’t want to risk breaking this bar.

I wish there was more to say about this bar, but there really isn’t. It’s a standard, run of the mill lifting bar that doesn’t really excel at any particular use case, but it’s not bad either. It would make a good beater bar if you can find one on sale.

Best use

The Troy Barbell 6 ft Olympic Chrome Bar is a basic barbell for basic needs. Good for bench press, squats, overhead press, deadlifts, and rows. In other words, this is a perfect bar for a Stronglifts 5×5 type workout, at least till you work up to ~300lbs.

This is not a bar for use with Olympic lifts, and is unlikely to make a good WOD bar. 

 Buy The Troy Barbell 6ft Olympic Chrome Bar

 

Titan 6′ Technique Olympic Bar Review

The Titan 6′ Technique Olympic Bar is the dark horse of the bunch. Titan has a spotty reputation in the fitness equipment world, known for selling very affordable but oftentimes low quality equipment.

Considering that the Titan bar was the only sub-$100 bar that met my review criteria, I really wasn’t expecting much. I’m happy to say I was pleasantly surprised.

Best Short Barbells for Home Use - Titan 6ft Technique Olympic Bar Review - Size Comparison

Titan 6′ Olympic Training Bar size comparison to a regular Olympic bar

I’ll get this out of the way up front – the specs list the inner bar length as 51″, but it only measures 49.25“.

This is important because it means this bar will not fit many standard racks from companies like Rogue Fitness or Fringe Sport, which typically have a distance between posts of 50″.

However, other companies like GetRXd and Rep Fitness do sell power racks with posts spaced 48″ apart. So, if you’re looking at this bar and want to use it with a rack, you have some choices. Another option is to do what I do and use squat stands spaced close enough together to fit the bar.

Specs

  • 51″ bar length (49.25″ measured)
  • 28mm bar diameter
  • 15kg  weight
  • 700lb rating
  • Medium-sharp knurl
  • Single markings
  • Chrome finish

Measured lengths

  • Total: 72″
  • Bar: 49.25″
  • Sleeve: 9.5″

The Titan 6′ Technique Olympic Bar has a lot of good qualities at a fantastic price, which explains why the bar is often sold out on Amazon and on the Titan website. I think I may have bought mine just after it was introduced, so I was lucky to get one before everyone else jumped on it.

The Titan bar is a true 15kg bar, which makes plate math easier for those of you lifting in kilos instead of pounds.

Best Short Barbells for Home Use - Titan 6ft Technique Olympic Bar Review - Knurling and Sleeves

The knurling on the Titan 6′ Technique Olympic Bar can best be described as ‘medium-sharp’. It’s not super aggressive, but definitely the sharpest of the five bars included in this review. It provides a good amount of grip for pulls, but maybe a touch too much for high-rep clean/snatch sessions if that’s your thing.

The knurl pattern on both ends is shifted toward the center, leaving three inches of smooth unknurled bar at the ends by the collars.

This is an unfortunate design choice, since it reduces the amount of usable grip for you tall folks out there and also makes the bar less usable for deadlifts since there’s no way to pull this bar up without scraping your shins.

The bar is marketed for use by youths and beginners, so my guess is the narrower knurling is intended to make it easier for young lifters to use.

On the other hand, the bar is wildly over-spec’d for a youth bar. It’s rated to hold up to 700lbs, which is way more than any kid and very few adults will ever be hoisting.

The shifted knurling is the biggest drawback to what is otherwise an excellent value home gym bar.

Best Short Barbells for Home Use - Titan 6ft Technique Olympic Bar Review - Inner Knurl Comparison

Standard knurl width (top) vs Titan knurl width (bottom)

The sleeves have decent spin, but nothing special. This bar isn’t geared toward Olympic lifting anyway, so the amount of spin provided by the brass bushings is adequate for powerlifting and the occasional snatch or clean.

The sleeves wobble a bit when spinning and there’s a bit of side-to-side play in them, indicative of loose manufacturing tolerances. One sleeve also rattles under spin, due to a loose fitting Titan-branded endcap placed in the hollow at the end of the sleeve.

Making allowances for how affordable this bar is, I consider these things to be annoyances more than anything else since they don’t take away from the usability in any way.

Best Short Barbells for Home Use - Titan 6ft Technique Olympic Bar Review - Loaded Sleeves

Sleeve loaded with 70kg and a fully secure Lock-Jaw collar

With 9.5″ of measured sleeve length, the Titan 6′ Technique Olympic Bar can securely fit the most weight of all the bars tested. I was able to load the full 140kg of test weights plus collars. The collars stick out from the end of the bar by only about a quarter of an inch, leaving plenty of collar in contact with the bar to keep the plates secure.

The sleeves are smooth, and bumpers slide on and off easily with very little noise. The product info on the Titan website doesn’t specify whether or not this bar can be dropped from overhead under load, so I reached out to customer service to ask them. Here’s what they said:

Though we do not recommend that, it will withstand it safely

Take from that what you will.

Best use

For the asking price, the Titan 6′ Technique Olympic Bar is almost a no brainer purchase for a basic barbell. Use it for slow grinding lifts like bench press, squats, overhead press, and rows. The knurl placement makes the bar less useful for heavy deadlifts, but if you don’t mind the occasional shin scrape then this bar is a fantastic value.

This is not a bar for use with Olympic lifts, and is unlikely to make a good WOD bar. 

 Buy The Titan 6′ Technique Olympic Bar

Other bars considered

The list below documents other bars I considered for inclusion, but ultimately rejected for not meeting the criteria I defined in the Requirements section. 

Rogue C-70 Bar

The Rogue C-70 Bar looks like a solid bar with great specs, battle tested at the CrossFit Games. This bar only measures 43″ between sleeves, meaning it can’t be used with a rack. 

CAP Barbell Olympic 2-Inch Solid Chrome Bar

The CAP Solid Chrome Bar is a sibling of the OB-UL73 bar included in the review, but rated up to 300lbs and finished with hard chrome. However, it only measures 36 1/2″ between sleeves, meaning it can’t be used with a rack.

Hampton 6′ International Bar

The Hampton 6′ International Bar is actually rackable with 51″ between sleeves. However, at 30mm the bar diameter is outside the sweet spot range of 28-28.5mm.

York 6′ Strength Training Bar

York makes a line of basic strength training bars finished in either hard chrome or black oxide. I couldn’t find a definitive spec for how much length the 6′ bar has between sleeves, but at 30mm the bar diameter is outside the sweet spot of 28-28.5mm.

Wrap up

All of the bars reviewed pack a lot of punch into a small package, and which one you go with will obviously depend on your needs, budget, and the compromises you’re willing to live with. 

Personally, I’ve found a 6ft bar to be the perfect addition to my limited space home gym.  

Do you have any questions I didn’t cover or suggestions for other bars I may have overlooked? Drop me a line in the comments below!

About the Author Mario

I'm a software engineer with a full-time job, family, and a desire to stay strong, mobile and fit. I separate fact from fiction to find the most effective and affordable home fitness options and pass the knowledge on to you. Want to know more?

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