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3D tour of 1RM

1RM Performance has 2,400 sq feet of space and we like to say that we use every inch of it. We have half turf, half rubber flooring which is well suited for change of direction work, speed, sled pushes, and of course, moving some weight around. Our number one goal at 1RM is to improve sport performance, and we have several fun tools to help us do that. Here are just a few:

Velocity Based Training (VBT) with Gymaware  /  Brower Laser timing system   

17 Barbells  /  Hex bars  /  Tsunami bar  /  Safety squat bar  /  Swiss bar

Assault bike  /  Ski erg  /  Prowler  /  2 sets of plyo boxed to 63"

3 Squat racks  /  Free Motion Cable column  /  Battle Ropes

2 Sets of DB's including one set to150 lbs  

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