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  1. Strength Shop Chainless Dipping Belt
    £19.99

    Out of stock

    Strength Shop Chainless Dipping Belt is made from Nylon and Webbing material. This means it is comfortable to wear and will not dig in like leather dipping belts and is also very durable. By having no chain it is lighter and easier to transport about in your gym bag. This is a heavy duty dipping belt! You can load, kettlebells, dumbbells and plates onto this belt and it will not cause any damage as there is no metal chain. Learn More
  2. Strength Shop Suspension Strap Training System
    £44.99

    Strength Shop Suspension Strap Training System are purpose built for full body workouts and overall development of strength and mobility. Perfect for travelling and indoor/outdoor use. It is extremely light and comes with a carry bag to keep everything together. Can be set up inside with the use of a door or outdoors using the additional strap provided. Engage your core with every movement, hundreds of various movements/exercises can be done using our Strap Training System. All body weight exercises and everything can be done in the comfort of your own home or when on the go, as it takes less than a minute to set up anywhere! Red/Black straps with a soft handle making this a comfortable piece of kit to use time and time again. Learn More
  3. Gift Package - Bodyweight Beast

    Regular Price: £41.97

    Special Price £34.99

    Strength Shop Gift Package - Bodyweight Beast Bodyweight Beast - Chalk up and use our Dipping Belt to add resistance to Dips, Pullups and other bodyweight exercises. Protect your wrists with our Zeus 60cm Wrist Wraps. Includes solely; 1 x Nylon Dipping Belt (rated to 30kg, chain length is 80cm) 1 x Pair of 60cm Zeus Wrist Wraps 1 x Box of 8 blocks of Chalk Learn More
  4. Wall Mounted Pull Up Station
    £69.99

    Wall Mounted Multi Grip Pull Up Station Comes with all fittings required. Approximate dimensions; Height - 50cm Depth - 56.5cm Width - 110cm Diameter of bar/grip - 32mm Learn More
  5. Strength Shop Nylon Dipping Belt
    £19.99

    Nylon dipping belt from Strength Shop Tough and built to last Great for triceps and chest Fully adjustable chain in black strong Nylon. Wide and firm back panel for added comfort, these are great quality dipping belts. We recommend a max load of 30kg on this belt. Chain length is 80cm. Learn More
  6. Strength Shop Webbing Dipping Belt
    £39.99

    Strength Shop Webbing Dipping Belt, these are perfect for people looking for the reliability of the webbing material, and to push the loads a bit more than possible on more budget dipping belts. A relatively small back pad designed to fit snugly against the small of the back. Tough and built to last, made from strong red/black webbing material. Great for triceps and chest Fully adjustable chain. We recommend a max load of 60kg on this belt. Learn More
  7. Strength Shop Riot Parallettes

    Regular Price: £89.99

    Special Price £59.99

    Strength Shop Riot Parallettes. No building required, each handle is one piece to increase stability. Approximate dimensions; Length - 64cm Width - 33cm Height - 36cm Diameter of bars - 4cm Price is for a pair (2) Gross weight of the pair 9.8kg Learn More
  8. Wooden Gymnastic Rings
    £39.99

    Wooden gymnastic rings are favoured by athletes who seek a better grip, light feeling rings and reliable strength. A more professional and reliable feel than plastic gymnastic rings. Great for Pullups, Dips, Inverted Rows, Muscle Ups - recruiting more balance and muscle stability than on a regular bar. Thickness of ring: 32mm Width of strap: 25 mm pN strength: 1000 dN Swedish quick-clamp Strength: 650 dN Maximum length of strap: 250 cm Learn More
  9. Battle Rope - 12m
    £99.99

    This multifunctional rope can be used in gym exercises for various conditioning and event training purposes, great for extreme upper body conditioning and cardio. Can be used in HIIT (high intensity interval training) as battling ropes to increase overall performance. Increase your strength and stability with these versatile battle ropes. Length: 12 m Thickness: 38 mm Material: Polypropylene (with Polyester cover) Learn More
  10. Battle Rope Anchor
    £17.99

    The Strength Shop Battle Rope anchor can be fixed to our Riot Power Cage / Riot Rig products (with the included bolts), or bolted to the floor (floor bolts not included). This gives a single, solid fixed point for performing alternating waves, double waves, slams, snakes and more! It is the perfect companion for our 12m Battle Rope. A great add on if you are serious about your conditioning training. Learn More
  11. Climbing Rope 4.5m length
    £59.99

    Climbing rope with hook for attaching it to a ceiling or a rig. Material: fine cotton Length: 4.5 m Thickness: 35 mm The cotton material makes the rope more grip friendly to handle than other styles of rope. Learn More
  12. Strength Shop Mace - 3kg
    £29.99

    Strengthshop maces are the definition of a functional training implement. Origins Part of a revival of ancient, simple, and deadly effective training modalities, mace training originates in South Asia and the Middle East, where warriors and wrestlers swung maces as part of a functional training routine that gave them a competitive edge in both battle and sport. Today, most of us won´t be swinging a mace on the battlefield, but that doesn´t mean you can´t have the core strength and shoulder mobility of an ancient Persian warrior! How does it work? By placing the vast majority of the weight at the end of a long lever, mace training recruits your grip, core and stabilizers as you perform challenging and unothodox exercises under uneven loads. While the mace is most often used in dynamic, upper body swinging and rotational exercises, it is also a great way to spice up more traditional movements with a wealth of squat, lunge, press and curl variations. Why train with a mace? Training with a mace perfectly compliments more conventional strength and conditioning work, and is especially well suited to athletes who must generate force from varied and unpredictable angles. Whether throwing a ball or a punch, or using implements such as sticks or paddles, mace training increases athletic performance by effectively training mobility, force generation and motor control over awkard loads and levers. The mace is also a wonderful addition to powerlifting, strongman, or bodybuilding programming, as well as for the desk-bound, as it effectively strengthens, stabilizes, rehabilitates, and increases the range of motion in the shoulder joint. Specs: Material: Solid cast iron ball, steel handle Handle Length: approx. 95 cm Handle Diameter: 4 cm Handle Knurling: Soft Much like kettlebell training, it´s good to start with a lower weight than expected, and work your way up as your strength and functional range of motion increases. Note that you can effectively adjust the weight of the mace by moving your grip up or down the length of the handle, thereby adjusting the length of the lever. Learn More
  13. 20kg Weighted Vest
    £49.99

    Weighted vest, ideal for chin ups, pull ups, dips, push ups, and any movement where you wish to add weight to your upper body in a convenient and comfortable way. Made up of removable sandbags, meaning you can adjust the weight accordingly. Measures approximately 50cm across the back/shoulders. Not suitable for running in. Learn More
  14. Strength Shop Mace - 6kg
    £44.99

    Strengthshop maces are the definition of a functional training implement. Origins Part of a revival of ancient, simple, and deadly effective training modalities, mace training originates in South Asia and the Middle East, where warriors and wrestlers swung maces as part of a functional training routine that gave them a competitive edge in both battle and sport. Today, most of us won´t be swinging a mace on the battlefield, but that doesn´t mean you can´t have the core strength and shoulder mobility of an ancient Persian warrior! How does it work? By placing the vast majority of the weight at the end of a long lever, mace training recruits your grip, core and stabilizers as you perform challenging and unothodox exercises under uneven loads. While the mace is most often used in dynamic, upper body swinging and rotational exercises, it is also a great way to spice up more traditional movements with a wealth of squat, lunge, press and curl variations. Why train with a mace? Training with a mace perfectly compliments more conventional strength and conditioning work, and is especially well suited to athletes who must generate force from varied and unpredictable angles. Whether throwing a ball or a punch, or using implements such as sticks or paddles, mace training increases athletic performance by effectively training mobility, force generation and motor control over awkard loads and levers. The mace is also a wonderful addition to powerlifting, strongman, or bodybuilding programming, as well as for the desk-bound, as it effectively strengthens, stabilizes, rehabilitates, and increases the range of motion in the shoulder joint. Specs: Material: Solid cast iron ball, steel handle Handle Length: approx. 95 cm Handle Diameter: 4 cm Handle Knurling: Soft Much like kettlebell training, it´s good to start with a lower weight than expected, and work your way up as your strength and functional range of motion increases. Note that you can effectively adjust the weight of the mace by moving your grip up or down the length of the handle, thereby adjusting the length of the lever. Learn More
  15. Weighted Vest Adjustable 1-10KG

    Regular Price: £59.99

    Special Price £49.99

    Adjustable weighted vest - ideal for chin ups, pull ups, dips, push ups, and any movement where you wish to add weight to your upper body in a convenient and comfortable way. Compact placement of weights makes the vest also suitable for high intensity conditioning workouts, such as burpees, sprints and so on. Two adjustable straps guarantee a tight fit even when used for running. The straps are removable and adjustable and make the vest fit most bodytypes. The weight is adjustable from 1-10 kg with simple to load 10 x 1 kg weights which can be arranged as wished. The vest has space for 5 kg on both the back and front side. Includes 10 x one kg removable weights. Dimensions: - Width (shoulder to shoulder) :34 cm - Height: 40 cm Learn More
  16. Strength Shop Mace - 9kg
    £59.99

    Strengthshop maces are the definition of a functional training implement. Origins Part of a revival of ancient, simple, and deadly effective training modalities, mace training originates in South Asia and the Middle East, where warriors and wrestlers swung maces as part of a functional training routine that gave them a competitive edge in both battle and sport. Today, most of us won´t be swinging a mace on the battlefield, but that doesn´t mean you can´t have the core strength and shoulder mobility of an ancient Persian warrior! How does it work? By placing the vast majority of the weight at the end of a long lever, mace training recruits your grip, core and stabilizers as you perform challenging and unothodox exercises under uneven loads. While the mace is most often used in dynamic, upper body swinging and rotational exercises, it is also a great way to spice up more traditional movements with a wealth of squat, lunge, press and curl variations. Why train with a mace? Training with a mace perfectly compliments more conventional strength and conditioning work, and is especially well suited to athletes who must generate force from varied and unpredictable angles. Whether throwing a ball or a punch, or using implements such as sticks or paddles, mace training increases athletic performance by effectively training mobility, force generation and motor control over awkard loads and levers. The mace is also a wonderful addition to powerlifting, strongman, or bodybuilding programming, as well as for the desk-bound, as it effectively strengthens, stabilizes, rehabilitates, and increases the range of motion in the shoulder joint. Specs: Material: Solid cast iron ball, steel handle Handle Length: approx. 95 cm Handle Diameter: 4 cm Handle Knurling: Soft Much like kettlebell training, it´s good to start with a lower weight than expected, and work your way up as your strength and functional range of motion increases. Note that you can effectively adjust the weight of the mace by moving your grip up or down the length of the handle, thereby adjusting the length of the lever. Learn More
  17. Weighted Vest Adjustable 1-20KG
    £79.99

    Adjustable weighted vest - ideal for chin ups, pull ups, dips, push ups, and any movement where you wish to add weight to your upper body in a convenient and comfortable way. Compact placement of weights makes the vest also suitable for high intensity conditioning workouts, such as burpees, sprints and so on. Two adjustable straps guarantee a tight fit even when used for running. The straps are removable and adjustable and make the vest fit most bodytypes. The weight is adjustable from 1-20 kg with simple to load 20 x 1 kg weights which can be arranged as wished. The vest has space for 10 kg on both the back and front side. Includes 20 x one kg removable weights. Dimensions: - Width (shoulder to shoulder) :34 cm - Height: 42 cm Learn More
  18. Strength Shop Mace - 12kg
    £79.99

    Out of stock

    Strengthshop maces are the definition of a functional training implement. Origins Part of a revival of ancient, simple, and deadly effective training modalities, mace training originates in South Asia and the Middle East, where warriors and wrestlers swung maces as part of a functional training routine that gave them a competitive edge in both battle and sport. Today, most of us won´t be swinging a mace on the battlefield, but that doesn´t mean you can´t have the core strength and shoulder mobility of an ancient Persian warrior! How does it work? By placing the vast majority of the weight at the end of a long lever, mace training recruits your grip, core and stabilizers as you perform challenging and unothodox exercises under uneven loads. While the mace is most often used in dynamic, upper body swinging and rotational exercises, it is also a great way to spice up more traditional movements with a wealth of squat, lunge, press and curl variations. Why train with a mace? Training with a mace perfectly compliments more conventional strength and conditioning work, and is especially well suited to athletes who must generate force from varied and unpredictable angles. Whether throwing a ball or a punch, or using implements such as sticks or paddles, mace training increases athletic performance by effectively training mobility, force generation and motor control over awkard loads and levers. The mace is also a wonderful addition to powerlifting, strongman, or bodybuilding programming, as well as for the desk-bound, as it effectively strengthens, stabilizes, rehabilitates, and increases the range of motion in the shoulder joint. Specs: Material: Solid cast iron ball, steel handle Handle Length: approx. 95 cm Handle Diameter: 4 cm Handle Knurling: Soft Much like kettlebell training, it´s good to start with a lower weight than expected, and work your way up as your strength and functional range of motion increases. Note that you can effectively adjust the weight of the mace by moving your grip up or down the length of the handle, thereby adjusting the length of the lever. Learn More
  19. Strength Shop Mace - 15kg
    £99.99

    Strengthshop maces are the definition of a functional training implement. Origins Part of a revival of ancient, simple, and deadly effective training modalities, mace training originates in South Asia and the Middle East, where warriors and wrestlers swung maces as part of a functional training routine that gave them a competitive edge in both battle and sport. Today, most of us won´t be swinging a mace on the battlefield, but that doesn´t mean you can´t have the core strength and shoulder mobility of an ancient Persian warrior! How does it work? By placing the vast majority of the weight at the end of a long lever, mace training recruits your grip, core and stabilizers as you perform challenging and unothodox exercises under uneven loads. While the mace is most often used in dynamic, upper body swinging and rotational exercises, it is also a great way to spice up more traditional movements with a wealth of squat, lunge, press and curl variations. Why train with a mace? Training with a mace perfectly compliments more conventional strength and conditioning work, and is especially well suited to athletes who must generate force from varied and unpredictable angles. Whether throwing a ball or a punch, or using implements such as sticks or paddles, mace training increases athletic performance by effectively training mobility, force generation and motor control over awkard loads and levers. The mace is also a wonderful addition to powerlifting, strongman, or bodybuilding programming, as well as for the desk-bound, as it effectively strengthens, stabilizes, rehabilitates, and increases the range of motion in the shoulder joint. Specs: Material: Solid cast iron ball, steel handle Handle Length: approx. 95 cm Handle Diameter: 4 cm Handle Knurling: Soft Much like kettlebell training, it´s good to start with a lower weight than expected, and work your way up as your strength and functional range of motion increases. Note that you can effectively adjust the weight of the mace by moving your grip up or down the length of the handle, thereby adjusting the length of the lever. Learn More
  20. Deluxe Speed Cable Rope - Black
    £9.99

    Speed/cable jump rope in black, approx 3m in length, and adjustable. Fast rotation, perfect for Crossfit. Learn More

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