Spud Inc Swing Set Straps

Spud Inc Swing Set Straps
Spud Inc Swing Set Straps
Spud Inc Swing Set Straps
Spud Inc Swing Set Straps
Spud Inc Swing Set Straps
Spud Inc Swing Set Straps
4.3/5

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4.3333333333333 out of 5 based on 6 customer ratings
Based on 6 Ratings

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PRODUCT HIGHLIGHTS

The swing set straps are an awesome gym addition for any athlete that loves finding ways to train and push themselves with challenging new exercises. If you want a yoke, but don’t have the space to store it, then your problem is solved.

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Made in USA

Product Summary & Specs

The swing set straps are an awesome gym addition for any athlete that loves finding ways to train and push themselves with challenging new exercises. If you want a yoke, but don’t have the space to store it, then your problem is solved. These straps can turn any regular or specialty bar into a yoke and weigh less than 5LB, easily fold up into any gym bag.

The Swing Set Straps are way more unstable than a yoke so it engages a lot more stabilizer muscles, so when you go to do a normal yoke run it will be a breeze. Not only is the Swing Set great for training the yoke, it can be used for many applications in the gym.

Use the Swing Set Straps for modified weight releasers on bench, squat and overhead press. Let’s not forget their capacity to hold massive amounts of chain for benching and squatting also.

Made in the USA

Yes

Color

Black

Product Weight

5 LB

Length

64"

Width

2"

GGR Reviews

Spud Inc Swing Set Straps
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6 ratings
GGR Builtscore: 4.3/5
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