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Abdominal Ab Wheel Roller with Mat

$32.99

Description

*Double wheel for smooth functionality and balance

*Non-slip hand grips and wheel base provides extra stability when rolling out to the left, right and center

*Ideal for your abs, core, arms and back development

*Comes with the foam knee pads

Its high quality material and quick snap installation make it a must-have for any home gym or fitness travel kit. Strengthen and tone your abs, core, arms and back with this wheel.

Double wheel for smooth functionality and balance.
Comes with the foam knee pads.

Non-slip hand grips and wheel base provides extra stability when rolling out to the left, right and center;
Ideal for your abs, core, arms and back development

- Material: PVC Environmental Plastic + High Quality Foam + Galvanized Steel Pipe
- Dimension: 11.8" x 5.9" (30 x 15 cm) 
- Dimensions of Kneeling Pad: 13.4" x 6.5" x 0.4" (34 x 16.5 x 1.0 cm)
- Thickness of the Steel Pipe: 1.2 mm
- Length of the Steel Pipe: 9.8 " (25 cm) 
- Diameter of the Rolling Wheel: 5.9" (15 cm)
- Max. loading Capacity: 300 LBS 

Package Contents:
- 1 x Ab Rolle
- 1 x Kneeling Pad

 

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