I have a half of a 90. its pretty big, looks like the 50s to my untrained eyes, but weighs 45lbs. I wanted to compare dimensions to see how far off the standard unit I am training. It would be cool to measure slope but i dont have that kind of time on my hands haha.
Narrowest Width perpendicular to YORK stamp (kind of a weird measure with all the sloping curves) - 3+3/4"
Circumference (around middle, covering YORK stamp) - 22"
Could Anyone compare these measures (or suggest others) so I can see how my goal blob adds up?
Also, to add to the grip body of knowledge, I measured my half 65 which I have recently re-commissioned into service for face lifts (I have 8+14' hands and no way I can face lift the 45, but its fun to go super wide on the little guy and do 10 sec holds)
Width perpendicular to YORK stamp- 3+1/4"
Circumference - 19+7/8"
Can anyone produce these metrics for a real, half 100 YORK blob?