There are those who have just entered the world of Weightlifting, and are still practicing weight training bars. For everyone else, an empty barbell makes no sense. So here you need locks to secure the discs to your barbell: in this category you can therefore find high quality barbell collars and closures! With disc locks, among other things, you never have to joke: the barbell collars are in fact the only way to avoid dangerous accidents when lifting weights. The whole process of loading the weights on the barbells, in fact, should be done with great attention, always loading one side together - if you want to do a squat with a weight of 100 kilograms, in short, it will always be better to first load a 20 kg disc on each side, and then repeat the operation, thus avoiding to place 40 kg on one side only: the risk is that of a dangerous overturning of the balance. But let's get to the importance of barbell closures. Imagine yourself on the bench, intent on lifting your fully loaded barbell. Your arms are unlikely to have exactly the same strength, and therefore most likely there will be some imbalance between one lift and the other: if one of the two ends of the bar is higher, on the other side obviously the discs will risk move. Without an adequate barbell lock, this movement can automatically translate into injury and damage to gym accessories. That's why you always need to use high-quality barbell locks
In this section dedicated to barbell closures you can find all types of collars, including some specifically designed by Lacertosus® to ensure maximum safety, both in training and in competition. Obviously it starts from the classic spring locks, or from the collars for rocker arms with three-coil springs: this is the most popular, extremely economical locking system, here with a plastic-coated handle to make the opening more comfortable. For those who want something more practical and more functional, we have our Lock-Jaw barbell collars, in different models. Ideal for those who want something more practical and even safer than the classic springs, you can find Lock-Jaw closures with or without a safety button and reinforced models for those who subject the closures to extreme stress. For those looking for something even more performing and safe, then, there are the Pro and Competition collars, the best of the best in the field of rocker locks!