Synergee Deadlifting Jack
Every lifter knows loading and unloading your barbell is a pain in the butt, the back, and occasionally your big toe (ouchie!). With the Synergee Deadlift Jack, that pain and frustration is replaced with ease and efficiency!
The Synergee Deadlift Jack provides a lever to lift your bar and slide weights on and off during your lifting sessions. Whether it’s for deadlifts, cleans, hip thrusts, or whatever else you have planned, the Jack allows you to save energy for your exercises.
The Synergee Deadlift Jack, when set on the ground, sits 10" high and 20" lengthwise. The Barbell Hold is a 2" opening. The long lever allows you to get under your bar and lift it with control, ease, and safety.
Deadlifting Jack Guide
|Dimensions||20" x 4.5" x 10"|
Place the Pivot Point on the floor in front of your loaded barbell, towards the barbell sleeve. Lift the handle to angle the Jack towards the barbell so you can get the Cradle under the barbell shaft.
When the Jack is securely cradling the barbell, push down on the Jack Handle to lift the Barbell up off the ground. Use your other hand to control the travel of the barbell and plates.
You're ready to unload/load your barbell with ease! The Jack lifts the barbell high enough that weights can be slid on and off. When you are done, lift the Jack Handle to slowly lower the barbell so the bumper plates rest on the ground again.
DEADLIFTING JACK SPECS
|Coating||Black Powder Coating|
QUICK & EFFORTLESS
You can keep struggling and fumbling with your plates during your lifting sessions… or you can pop them on, slide them off, and enjoy your programming! The Deadlift Jack allows you to do the latter!
COMPACT & POWERFUL
This small jack packs a big punch. At 20” x 4.5” x 10” it can lift your bar and then be tucked away until it is needed again. It’s on hand when you need it & out of your way as you crush PRs.
Jack your barbell up without fear of damage! The point of contact on the Synergee Deadlift Jack is padded to keep your bar secure during loading while also protecting the knurl and coating.
STILL, LIFT WITH YOUR LEGSYeah, you’ve heard it in every workplace safety video! But even though you have this tool to ease the load of your barbell, don’t get complacent! DO NOT start yanking those 45 lb plates off your bar standing over it like Gumby!
You still must ensure you are sliding the weights on and off the bar in a position that does not compromise your back. Because back pain is NO FUN!