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XJJZS Stand with Adjustable Heights Includes Jump Rope Cushioned

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XJJZS Stand with Adjustable Heights Includes Jump Rope Cushioned

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Product description

Push-ups are the simplest and most effective way to shape up the chest and arm line, perfect for people of all ages and of both sexes.

For Men - Doing a push-up routine regularly can boost chest and deltoid muscle growth to form a good figure.

For Women - Regularly adding push-up to your workouts will strengthen your chest, shape your shoulders, triceps and glutes while toning and tightening your entire core.

For Middle-aged and Seniors - Doing push-ups work every muscle in your upper arm and back and help to improve core stability, keeping your vigorous energy.

For Kids - The interactive entertainment provides more excitement for kids while increasing muscular strength and endurance, helping children to grow up healthy.

Name: H-type push-ups

Material: high-strength metal bracket + foam grip

Use environment: home, courtyard, office

Weight: 0.9k

Weight: 110kg

Color: Black

Size: 24*17*15CM
Packing: 1*training bracket

XJJZS Stand with Adjustable Heights Includes Jump Rope Cushioned

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