Landmine Multi-Grip Row Olympic Bar Attachment -- Body-Solid (LMMG)
Body-Solid LMMG Landmine Multi-Grip Row Attachment - The Landmine Multigrip from Body-Solid is a strength training attachment which coverts an Olympic Bar and landmine into a T-Bar rowing station for bent over row exercises to train the back muscles. As part of Body-Solids Landmine Attachment (LMA) series, the Landmine Multi-Grip is intended for use with an Olympic bar, Olympic weight plates, and a landmine at ground level on the opposite end. Perform the landmine row exercise to build strength and mass in the back. Use a wide grip, standard or narrow grip, or parallel grip (also called neutral grip) to target and develop the latissimus dorsi (middle back), trapezius (upper back), erector spinae (lower back), posterior deltoid (rear shoulder), and rhomboid muscles. Medium knurling across the entire rowing bar means you will have a sure grip at all times. The post extension between rowing handle and bar attachment sleeve provides greater freedom of movement so weight plates are less likely to make contact with the upper chest during upward lift. And, with a 500 pound structural weight capacity, you can load up your Olympic bar and train for serious strength gains and increases in muscle mass.
How do you use the Landmine Multi-Grip Rowing Bar Attachment? Start by taking your Olympic barbell and inserting it into your landmine station or post landmine trainer. Or, position the end of the Olympic bar into a corner of your workout room or against the inside base of your power rack where the framing meets at a right angle. Next, slide the Landmine Multigrip over the opposite end of the Olympic bar and down the barbell sleeve until it rests against the bar sleeve collar. Finally, slide one or more Olympic plates over the same end of the Olympic Bar until they rest against the top of the Landmine Multigrip. The weight of the plates will keep the attachment from sliding on the bar sleeve during use. With a secure grip take hold of the attachment handle grips (wide, standard, or neutral). With knees slightly bent and back arched at 45-degree angle, lift rowing bar towards lower chest or abdomen. Weight plate(s) will then lift from starting position at ground level and act as resistance for leverage workout. Training Tip: To increase range of motion, instead of 45 pound plates use smaller diameter plates (such as 25 pound plates) in greater numbers to create the desired load weight. This will allow a deeper stretch before plates hit the ground.
Growing in popularity by the year, landmines and landmine attachments are versatile, safe and easy-to-use. Trainers, strength coaches, athletes and fitness enthusiasts of all levels love them for their versatility, safety, ease of use, and effectiveness. Landmine rowing exercises build strength, power, and muscle development in the back while working the stabilizing muscles of the legs, hips, core, lower back, and shoulders. Landmine exercises are easy-to-learn and dont carry the same safety risks involved with traditional lifting moments. Landmines are ideal for large groups without fear of injury due to improper form or lack of supervision.
- (1) Landmine Multi-Grip Attachment
- Welded solid steel construction
- Charcoal (dark gray) color powder coated finish
- Works with almost any Olympic bar with 2" bar sleeves
- Long angled handle for full range of motion and maximum contraction
- Three grip positions Neutral Grip, Wide Grip, Standard Grip to isolate upper body muscles
- 6-3/4" parallel handles for full stretch and peak contraction
- Medium knurl throughout bar for secure grip
- 500 lb structural weight capacity
- Dimensions: 44" L x 8" W x 8-1/4" H
- Weight: 13 lbs.
- Olympic bar, Olympic weight plates, and landmine sold separately
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