Valeo Universal Triceps Rope Pulldown

4.4/5

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4.375 out of 5 based on 8 customer ratings
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Product Description

28″ heavy-duty coated nylon rope with solid rubber ends. Heavy-duty chrome plated attachment connects to any universal gym system.

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Product Description

28″ heavy-duty coated nylon rope with solid rubber ends. Heavy-duty chrome plated attachment connects to any universal gym system. Develops triceps, biceps, back, shoulders and abs and improves grip strength.

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To get a more intense workout for your triceps, try the Valeo Tricep Rope. The tricep rope helps you to develop your triceps, biceps, back, shoulders, and abs. It also improves your grip strength. The Valeo tricep rope is 28-inches and is made of heavy-duty coated nylon rope with solid rubber ends. The heavy-duty chrome-plated attachment connects to any universal gym system.

About Valeo
Valeo introduced its very first product–the original Classic Belt–in 1988. Today, the company builds on that solid reputation by continuing to develop and deliver products of uncompromising quality and value. Valeo offers an extensive line of both fitness and workplace safety accessories to help you perform your best. From back supports to jump ropes, Valeo is your source for all of your wellness needs.

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Valeo Universal Triceps Rope Pulldown
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