Barbell -Tool used for many athletic movements that allow the body to move in a variety of different ways. Many exercises can be performed with the barbell alone. Some bars are equipped with knurling which help the athlete get a good grip. Plates are designed to slide on to the end of each side of the barbell to obtain the desired total weight. Those weights are the secured by a collar so no sliding occurs during movement.
Dumbbell – A free weight that is designed for movements performed at various angles that a barbell can’t achieve. This tool can be used in pairs or individually for a different outcome in training.
Trap Bar - Tool that is shaped hexagonal and is mainly designed for picking up heavy loads off the ground. Unlike the barbell the trap bar allows the athlete to step inside and perform at a different angle that the barbell won’t do. These angles of placement are what increases success in athletes and balances the body.
Sandbags – The sandbag is a tool that is used to perform variations of traditional movements that allow athletes to become functionally stronger. The uneven weight distributions in sandbags challenge the individual to constantly which will get anyone who works with them incredibly strong.
Kettle Bells – Tool that originated in Russia and is now used for strengthen many angles of muscle simultaneously. The bell is extended beyond the hand compared to dumbbells that are extend from the outside of the hand. Mobility, strength, endurance and flexibility are all challenged with the use of kettle-bells.
Pull up bar-Tool that is used for performing pulling movements and working many muscles of the upper back and arms. This one movement gives you the potential to develop insane amounts of relative strength which is a measure of true strength to body mass.