York Barbell Club Hooded Sweatshirt

By: Oldtime Strongman  09-12-2011
Keywords: train

If you hang out on this website, there's a pretty good chance that you train  in an unheated garage or a basement.. or maybe you like to run through snow banks carrying logs or spint hills even when it's raining..

No where you train, the fact of the matter is you still have to stay warm, and the perfect workout attire is a nice heavy, hooded sweatshirt: You can keep your head covered, and pull the hood in tight to keep the rain out of your face, you can take it off or put it on easily, and a "hoodie" is actually a perfect thing to wear while squatting since the material helps keep the bar in place during your hardest reps.

.. or, maybe you just want something warm and comfortable

to lounge around the house in on a lazy Sunday afternoon.

We have been getting requests for a hooded sweat

shirt for a very long time now, but our good friends

over at the York Barbell Company beat us to it.

You can now sport your very own "York Barbell
Club" hooded sweatshirt the next time you

The York Barbell Club  hooded sweat shirts
feature the HEAVIEST material we could
find both for comfort and for durability.

These hoodies are 9.7 oz, 55% Polyester/

45% Cotton blend. They feature a front

pouch to keep your hands warm, draw

strings on the hood and the York Barbell

Club Logo as it looked in 1970.

We currently have only one size left in



and supplies are limited.

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