Fringe Sport just dropped some new Savage Bumper Plates.
Bumper Plates have a notable status in Crossfit and Olympic workouts. When working out with bumper plates, the loaded barbell is dropped to the floor. The rubber in the plates decreases the shock and avoids harm to the flooring. They are safer to use in Olympic lifts, very durable, quieter, and versatile. They can also take some severe impact, and they’ll keep bouncing back.
Here’s some of the styles we are going to look at:
Savage Bumper Plates – Overview
The Savage Bumper Plates symbolize the ideology of never stopping, never giving up, and never backing down. Through these bumper plates, Fringe Sport wants to remind every athlete that it’s not about who can lift the most; it’s about how far you push yourself outside of your comfort zone. Savage Bumper Plates are easy to notice because of their tiger streak colors all over them.
Aside from the charm these colors give, they are also helpful when you need to get what you need instantly and when you no longer have time to check the plates you are loading twice. Compared to iron plates, bumper plates are a lot quieter and bounce lower because of their material. Bumper plates are made from 100% virgin rubber, and they readily absorb sound, making them perfect for home gyms and box gyms.
You can have more time making gains and less time getting back to the bar because rubber plates are made to produce very low bounce when dropped. The bumper plates have a weight tolerance of +/- 1% of the declared weight, and they weigh 10-55 pounds each. The insert remains firmly seated WOD after WOD because of the efficiently designed stainless steel insert in the 25 lb, 35 lb, 45 lb, and 55 lb plates that grant improved surface area for the rubber to adhere to.
Savage Bumper Plates Review – In Summary
That’s our upclose look at the new Savage Bumper Plates from FringeSport.
Spot and differentiate weights easily even from afar with Fringe Sport’s Savage color-coded bumper plates. They are made of higher density virgin rubber which means these bumpers are thinner, and you can fit more weight on the bar. Their durability will last for years, making them a great investment, and their low, dead bounce makes them safe in tight spaces.
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