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Item #31394
  1. Train anywhere, any time!
  2. $49.99
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    $44.99
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Train anywhere, any time!

Cool training tool - the Recoil 360 enhance strength and conditioning for sprinting, leaping, shuffling and change of direction. Build leg strength and power for increased linear speed and lateral acceleration.

Work with a partner or attach the band to a stationary object.

The 8' flexi cord stretched up to 24'.

360ïïï Rotation belt with free motion ring allows for movement in any direction; adjustable for most sizes. Includes belt, flexi cord attachment leash, safety handle, instructional DVD and 6-week progressive training workout plan.

Can not be shipped internationally.


Esta herramienta ayudará a hacerte más fuerte y al entrenar con ella podrás mejorar tu capacidad de acelerar, saltar y cambiar de dirección. Fortalece tus piernas para correr más rápido, sea de frente o de lado. Trabaja en pareja o ajusta la banda a un obj

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