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PRIMED Lateral Resistor Pro - Dick's Sporting Goods

PRIMED Lateral Resistor Pro

Item Number: 33083926
Price: $39.99
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The PRIMED Lateral Resistor Pro is a great training tool to build lower body strength through resistance drills. The included resistance tubes allow you to move in all directions without any restriction and with resistance for increased power. The adjustable, padded cuffs feature a 3-in-1 cable pocket that allows you to easily add or remove resistance tubes. Develop the right amount of leg power and defensive skills with the Lateral Resistor Pro.

FEATURES:

  • Adjustable lateral strength and position resistor to strengthen lower body muscles
  • Made of durable, latex tubing and strong webbing for continuous resistance
  • Provides two adjustable, padded ankles cuffs with a 3-in-1 cable pocket system
  • Includes three removable 9" cables with 40 lbs of peak resistance each
  • Trains body to resist defensive slides, quick feet drills, monster walks and more
  • Allows a flexible motion movement and offers a balanced strengthening system
  • Recommended training tool for all athletes and fitness enthusiasts
  • Includes basic carry bag for easy storage and travel
  • Product Weight: 1 lb
  • Style: PRD00511
  • PRIMED


Country of Origin: Imported

Customer Reviews

Rated 1 out of 5 by 1 reviewer.
Rated 1 out of 5 by AVOID PRO Two of the three bands snapped at the connection point on the second workout. Probably because the plastic connector wore them down at that point. Bad design. July 21, 2014
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