Resisted Locomotion - The Holy Grail
Dragging heavy sleds, logs, or tires in different angles is the best option to build super strong legs and durable hips without getting hurt. Why? It's natural, purpose-based physical work.
Dragging sleds is a form of resisted locomotion that builds strength and power in ALL angles (forward, backward, lateral), commonly seen outside the gym.
Free your hands, love your joints
The Performance Harness allows you to take resisted locomotion to a whole new level by allowing you to move freely in any direction without your hands being tied.
In addition to building muscle, the smooth cyclical loading action pumps nutrients into your joints providing more lubrication, greater flexibility and range of motion.
Powerful legs that can move!
Strength is coveted, but so is mobility.
Not only will PurMotion resisted locomotion exercises fully develop the musculature of the legs and hips, it also helps you develop proper joint alignment for maximum force and power production against the ground.
Being able to exert force against the ground to create horizontal movement is key to winning in most sports. Check out our tire workout here to get a better idea of how you can do this yourself!
PERFORMANCE HARNESS ONLY
Choose Harness only if you will be using a cable machine with two attachment points within 4 feet of each other, or if you will use your Airfit pulley with your harness.
Weight: 2.2 pounds
PERFORMANCE HARNESS SLED PACKAGE
Choose Harness Sled Package if you will be attaching to a single point--either cable machine or sled.
Weight: 3.2 pounds
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