Are you looking to revolutionize your conditioning training? A war hammer fitted for a king, the TribeWOD Sledgehammer transforms how sledgehammer workouts are done.
The TribeWOD Sledgehammer is a heavy steel mace bell that's designed for strength training, conditioning training and functional workouts. This versatile piece of equipment is perfect for athletes looking to improve grip and wrist strength, raw strength, and endurance. It's recommended to use the hammer only on hard surfaces like concrete, asphalt, or rubber mats.
The sledgehammer features a thick vulcanized rubber head that has just the right amount of bounce to improve your training. It also has an ergonomically designed handle that prevents the hammer head from tilting, ensuring it stays aligned and beats with strength.
One of the standout features of the TribeWOD Sledgehammer is the modular weight system. Interchangeable weight plates allow you to scale your training up or down, making it easy to upgrade from the standard 25 lb weight up to 35 lbs with optional additional weight plates. This feature also makes it easy to customize your workout and progress at your own pace.
The TribeWOD Sledgehammer is a must-have piece of equipment for any athlete looking to take their training to the next level. Its distinctive design adds relentless energy to any training program, and it takes up little space while offering maximum training power with a bang-hard Viking look.
Specifications for the TribeWOD Sledgehammer include: sold with 25 lb plates, material is made of vulcanized rubber and steel, height is 948 mm/37 in, hammer head is 241 mm/9.50, and it's classified as a training/conditioning device. The recommended use is on hard surfaces such as concrete, wood, steel, and rubber floors. Whether you're a beginner or an experienced athlete, the TribeWOD Sledgehammer is the perfect tool to help you achieve your fitness goals.
Once you have your sledgehammer, you will need some guidance on how to use it! Our YouTube channel is an excellent resource for free workouts and exercise breakdowns. You can check it out here. For now, here is a great sledgehammer workout to get you started…