Tunturi T-Bar Row Platform - landmine for olympic barbell

The Tunturi Landmine is a small tool for safely performing intensive exercises. All you need is a stack of weight discs that you don't have to mount on a device.
T-Bar Row Platform - landmine for olympic barbell

Train with a landmine
The Tunturi Landmine is a small tool for safely performing intensive exercises. All you need is a stack of weight discs that you don't have to mount on a device. Various exercises can be done in combination with a weight bar, including one-arm presses, T-bar rows, lifts, twists and barbell rows.

Benefits
✔ Small and portable
✔ Easy to attach into a stack of weight discs
✔ Suitable for 25, 28, 30 and 50 millimeter weight bars
✔ Axis rotates 360 degrees, allowing all types of landmine exercises

Versatile workouts
Using the two sleeves, you simply attach the 25, 28, 30 and 50 millimeter weight bars into the landmine. The axis of the landmine can rotate 360 degrees so that all types of landmine exercises can be carried out in a safe manner.

Specifications
○ Dimensions: L 26.2 x W 9.2 x H 16.1 cm
○ Weight: 5 kg
○ Material: steel
○ Colour: black
○ Product code: 14TUSCL412
○ EAN code: 8717842033289

Scandinavian design Different, quirky, simple and beautiful. The unique Tunturi design had its origin in Scandinavia with its distinctive tradition for design. Compact, clean lines and always characterised by specific details.
Multi-year warranty Onze producten hebben allemaal een ruime garantieperiode. Wij willen graag dat je tevreden bent met je fitnessapparaat, anders zijn wij dat ook niet.
Tunturi, the fitness pioneer The Tunturi W1 was the first exercise bike with ergometer in 1969. The starting point of the fitness market and culture as we know it today
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