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Rs. 9,500.00

in 1 Soft Jump Box 50*60*75cm-20*24*30"




  • Three-in-One Design: With three different levels, the GymLine Plyometric Box offers versatility in your training. Choose the difficulty level that suits you best and keep challenging yourself.
  • Durable Construction: Made from durable foam with a PVC covering, this box is built to last. The slip-free surface ensures safety and stability with every jump, while the easy-to-clean design means you can keep focused on your workout.
  • Versatile Workout: Whether you're doing stationary jumps, step-ups, lateral jumps, approaching jumps, reverse dips, or inverted push-ups, the GymLine Plyo Box offers endless workout possibilities, helping you to achieve your fitness goals.
  • Benefits of Plyometric Training: Plyometrics harness the speed and force of quick, challenging movements to build muscle power. It's a favorite among performance-oriented athletes, including CrossFitters, and track and field runners, as it helps improve strength, speed, and agility.
  • Suitable for Commercial & Individual Use: Whether you're setting up a gym or looking for equipment for your home workouts, the GymLine Plyometric Box is the perfect choice. Durable, stable, and easy to use, it's suitable for both commercial and individual use, making it an essential piece of equipment for any fitness enthusiast.
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