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HIT Fitness Bumper Plates are Olympic weightlifting plates that are used primarily for resistance, fitness, strength, circuit, and hypertrophy training. HIT Fitness bumper plates are made of 100% rubber. This allows heavy loads to be dropped safely onto platforms and gym floors without causing damage to flooring and reducing the amount of bouncing that occurs the following impact.
- HIT Fitness bumper plates are suitable for both home gym and commercial gym use.
- Highly durable, long-lasting, and performance-oriented bumper plates.
- HIT Fitness bumper plates have been designed specifically to reduce plate bouncing and barbell recoil during high impact exercises.
- The reinforced centre sleeve, that is characteristic of all HIT Fitness bumper plates, allows plates to slide onto barbells with ease whilst also providing protection to the centre of the plate from repeated impact.
- The Diameter of the plates has been rigorously tested so that the barbell is positioned at the most optimal height off of the ground in order to perform exercises in the most comfortable and bio-mechanically safe positions.
- The diameter of all HIT Fitness bumper plates is uniform regardless of the weight.
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- HIT Fitness bumper plates are made from 100% hard rubber.
- Highly durable and robust rubber.
- The unique diameter of plates.
- Noise reduction and bounce reduction technology.
- Reinforced centre sleeve.
- Plate Widths: 450MM
- Plate Diameter: 51MM
- Diameter of Collar Opening: 2"
- Available in weights 5kg, 10kg, 15kg, 20kg, and 25kg.
- HIT Fitness bumper plates are perfect for performing a large number of multi-joint and single-joint movements.
- Exercises such as deadlifts, barbell rows, and overhead shoulder presses in which plates are continuously dropped from a height will benefit most from the use of these plates.
- The anti-bounce technology will reduce exercise technique set-up time between exercise repetitions whilst also preventing the bumper plates from sliding off of the barbell during an exercise set as a result of repeated bouncing.