A simple, portable solution for increasing an athlete’s overall explosiveness and range-of-motion. Equally suited for garage gyms and professional training centers, this freestanding version requires only a pair of stacked bumpers or 45-pound metal plates for mounting. The post can also be placed within the post hole of the COREFX Push and Pull Sleds – meaning you won’t need an existing rig, rack, or squat stand to start an angled barbell training regimen.
The COREFX Landmine Post features a 7-gauge steel, 11-inch bar insert sleeve that will fit the majority of standard Olympic barbells. This sleeve is designed to pivot 360 degrees in a fluid motion, which is essential for rotational training exercises like the Landmine Press, Landmine Row, Bent Over Row, Push Press, Push Jerk, Deadlift, Cleans, Standing Barbell Russian Twist.
• Base Post Length: 7.25”
• Sleeve Length: 11.5”
• Weight Capacity: 315 lbs
- Easy to Install: Insert bar and weight plates (weight plates over 25 lbs) into the sleeve and you’re ready for your workout!
- 360 Degree Swivel: Full range swivel up and down for a variety of full body exercises.
- Durability & Security: Base constructed of Electrostatic Power Coating and thick steel for pivot sleeve. Also includes screws and wall plugs for an easy attachment.
Dimensions: 17.25 × 2.36 × 2.36 in
Weight: 3.5 lbs
This warranty covers damage due to imperfections in the manufacturing process. This warranty does not cover wear due to regular use or abuse of products.
If the purchased product has been altered in any way, the warranty is void.
Sturdy & strong
No matter how hard you train, COREFX wants to make sure that your training equipment can withstand the heat. Featuring a pivoting sleeve made of thick steel with an electrostatic finish, this landmine post is built to stand the test of time.
COREFX presents the next evolution of home fitness! Our Landmine Post allows for a 360 Swivel from a small corner so you can break sweat regardless of how small your place is! It's ideal for use at home, inside your garage, or in hotel gyms that lack equipment