Fringe Sport Landmine Rig Attachment

Fringe Sport Landmine Rig Attachment
Fringe Sport Landmine Rig Attachment
Fringe Sport Landmine Rig Attachment
Fringe Sport Landmine Rig Attachment
Fringe Sport Landmine Rig Attachment
4.6/5

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4.6 out of 5 based on 5 customer ratings
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PRODUCT HIGHLIGHTS

If you are looking for more to do with your bar and plates, a landmine can easily create more exercises to spice up your workout. Attaching to your rig is easy and you can use any Olympic bar with a 2″ diameter sleeve.

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Product Summary & Specs

If you are looking for more to do with your bar and plates, a landmine can easily create more exercises to spice up your workout. Attaching to your rig is easy and you can use any Olympic bar with a 2″ diameter sleeve.

  • Heavy-duty 11-gauge steel.
  • Compatible with 3×3 uprights with 5/8″ hole.
  • 2″ diameter bar sleeve can fit 15kg or 20kg Olympic barbells.
  • Nearly 360° range of motion makes movements easier on your joints because you are able to move with your body’s natural range of motion.

Product Contents and Specifications

  • Quantity: 1 – Landmine Rig Attachment
  • Dimensions: 2 inch diameter and 11 inches long.
  • Material: Powder-coated steel
  • Weight: 15 pounds
  • Warranty: 1 year satisfaction guarantee.

Exercises You Can Do With a Landmine

  • One-Arm Rows
  • One-Arm Press
  • Weighted Squats
  • Oblique Twists
  • Reverse Lunges
  • And many more.
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