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Deciding on which weight plates to buy depends on what type of training you’re planning on doing and what areas of the body you want to focus on. This will tell you what style of plates to go for. Whether you’re looking for plates designed for high impact training like rubber bumper plates, or something for more precision-based training such as our Tri Grip Weights. Both rubber weight plates and tri grip weight plates can be used on their own as well as with a bar which is one of the many benefits of using weight plates to train. For example, our blog on the best exercises you can do for a solid core, shows you how to work your abs with nothing but a set of weight plates. Beginners and those lifting lighter loads might want to use a standard sized bar which will fit 1" standard weight plates. And as you progress, more advanced lifters will need 2" Olympic weight plates. These fit onto thicker, Olympic sized barbells which can take more weight and are designed to be used with gym equipment such as power racks. Looking to do dumbbell-based exercises? Check out our selection of adjustable dumbbell bars. And if you’re struggling to push past your current one-rep max, our Olympic Fractional Weight Plates are specially designed to help you continue to progressively overload, whatever the stage you’re at. So, if you’re looking to kit out your home gym, explore one of the largest collections of weight plates in the UK now, at Mirafit.