Don’t Get Knocked Down a Peg or Two
There’s strength, then there’s peg board strength. Some people measure strength by pull-ups which equates to regular season. Whereas working on the peg board puts you in the playoffs.
Peg boards require a wide array of fitness and conditioning elements. We know all the goal diggers out there in Fringe Nation busting their butts to be in peak condition and shape. We offer you the ultimate feat of strength. What makes the peg board so hard?
The peg board requires grip strength, balance, accuracy, agility, flexibility, coordination, power, stamina, speed, strength and cardio and respiratory endurance.
If you’re pegging your way to the top of the board, you’ll be highpointing life’s tallest peaks in no time with ease, no matter what’s thrown at you.
Fringe wants to make you a winner. Peg your way to the top with us, and you’ll be way better off than owning Boardwalk in Monopoly. Our peg board will turn you into a mogul and a monster. Here’s why.
Peg boards develop upper-body strength post haste. They’re often used by wrestlers and pole vaulters. Though similar to rock climbing or chin-ups, peg boards provide more personalized targeting of your back muscles.
Your soon to be chiseled arms, shoulders, forearms, core and hands will cause looks and comments at drive-thrus and check out lines. Moreover, you’ll pound out a granite-like back in short time. Peg board pull-ups hit muscles not used by traditional pull-ups or rock climbing. Since peg boards lack preset contact points, unlike rock climbing, they allow greater freedom of movement while targeting more muscle groups in new ways.
You’re going to have a love/hate relationship with the peg board. But when you have an endless supply of moxie and resilience to deal with life’s trials and tribulations, you’ll never be a square peg in a round hole.
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