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Sled Finisher

by | Feb 23, 2018 | Training | 0 comments

We’re breaking out the Predator Sled for this weeks wrap up of our finisher series.

Whether you’re looking to increase yours or a clients heart rate or just end leg day with a bang, check out this grueling finisher that is sure to leave you weak in the knees.

If you happened to miss either the Ab Finisher or the Squat Finisher, go check those out as well!

The Finisher

Start this finisher by pushing the sled 50 feet. At the end of the 50 feet complete two burpees. After the burpees, turn the sled around and complete another 50 feet. With every sled push you’ll up the burpee count by two, going all the way up to 10. When you’ve completed 10 burpees then rest.

 

The key here is to make sure you’re pushing the accurate amount of weight on the sled. You’ll want to aim for about 90-105 pounds, but the weight will depend on the surface the sled is being pushed on and your client’s own athleticism.

If you liked this move and would like to see more, be sure to leave us a comment below!

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