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Elite Push/Pull Sled - Prowler

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Elite Push/Pull Sled - Prowler

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An excellent addition to anyone's training kit, this is the perfect sled for working on fitness and anaerobic capacity. Perfect for getting the lungs going!

Poles are suitable for loading with Olympic size plates, load it up and push it either using the high or low handles. It is the ultimate conditioning tool. Add a sling & shackle in the dropdown menu below to really kill the hamstrings.

The Push/Pull sled is one of the best ways to develop strength in your legs, hips, and arms. It can be used in team situations and competitions, and it can make for a great atmosphere. There is an added feature that allows for weight plates to be added for increased resistance.

Approx dimensions;

Total length 1m

Total width 1m

Length of frame 75cm

Width of frame 80cm

Height of push handles at back 95cm

Height of pushing handles at the front 30cm & 50cm

Weight 32kg
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Deluxe Push/Pull Sled - Prowler with 2" Olympic pins.

Customer Reviews 2 item(s)

Great kit!
Purchased 2 during the anniversary sale and put them to use with my under 16's rugby crew. When they finished their pushes and rolled on their backs like dying cockroaches I knew this was a good deal! Flat packed, easy to put together feels solid and like the fact I can fit 2 in the boot of my Peugeot 308 with room to spare(with poles removed). Great piece of kit glad I got 2 at the discount price! Review by Q / (Posted on 26/07/2019)
Review of prowler
Delivered quickly, flat packed, construction took no time. Solid bit of kit- loved it the first time I took it out. Would recommend this to anyone looking for some extra conditioning- this one is half the price of most others on the UK market. Buy with at least 40kg of weight- well worth the investment.
5/5 overall. Review by Colin / (Posted on 21/05/2013)