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Can Your Sled Do This?

by | Apr 10, 2018 | Opinion | 0 comments

Ever imagined being able to do a full body workout on a conditioning sled?

Many sleds on the market only have the capability for weighted push and pull motions. Both are great for endurance and cardio but any exercise beyond those is almost impossible.

With our Predator Sled, you have the capability for more than just typical sled motions. This sled comes with a non-slip top, allowing ease for box jumps, split squats, decline and incline push-ups and many more exercises as well.

But, the best feature of the sled is the removable push bars providing a variety of functions.

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As you finish a sled drag or push, there is an awkward moment when you’ll need to revolve the sled to go the opposite direction. With the assistance of the removable push bars, there’s no longer an awkward transition, simply take each bar out of their according slots, moving them to the other side and begin again. This takes the thought and effort out of keeping momentum to turn revolve the sled.

However, there’s more to the push bars than just convenience. Each bar is equipped with two eyelets to attach your Slastix to. The sled itself  has four different locations to anchor your Slastix. So you can do a full body workout with just one piece of equipment, whether you’re looking to perform rows, bicep curls, overhead press, squats and so on.

You no longer have a limitation of needing various pieces of equipment to get a full body workout. Just turn to the sled that can help do it all. Get your workout in with our ultimate conditioning tool, the Predator Sled.

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