Rep 4-Post Push Sled

Rep 4-Post Push Sled
Rep 4-Post Push Sled
Rep 4-Post Push Sled
Rep 4-Post Push Sled
Rep 4-Post Push Sled
Rep 4-Post Push Sled
Rep 4-Post Push Sled
Rep 4-Post Push Sled
Rep 4-Post Push Sled
Rep 4-Post Push Sled
5/5

Builtscore

5 out of 5 based on 6 customer ratings
Based on 6 Ratings

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PRODUCT HIGHLIGHTS

Take your training to the next level with this versatile conditioning tool. Whether you are pulling or pushing, the Rep 4-post sled is bound to give you an intense workout.

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$258.99

Product Summary & Specs

Take your training to the next level with this versatile conditioning tool. Whether you are pulling or pushing, the Rep 4-post sled is bound to give you an intense workout. Upright push poles allow for both low and high push stances, while the carabiner holes on both sides of the sled allow for the attachment of a strap for pulling exercises.

With 4 sockets, you can quickly transition the direction in which you are pushing the sled by moving the 2 included poles from one side of the sled to other other (versus having to turn the sled all the way around with 2 static poles).

Specs:

  • Includes (2) Poles, which can be placed in any of the four sockets on the sled.
  • Center weight post has 17″ of loadable length, which is equal to (6) 55lb bumper plates.
  • Height (with uprights on): 41″
  • Footprint (LxW): 34.75″ x 22″
  • Skid Width: 4″
  • All hardware included.
Made In USA

No

Color

Black

Length

34.75"

Width

22"

GGR Reviews

Rep 4-Post Push Sled
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6 ratings
GGR Builtscore: 5/5
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