Yukon Olympic Plate Tree
- Stabilizing Legs
- Six Staggered Pegs
- Weight - 30.00 lbs
- Olympic Plates NOT included
- A 15% Restocking Fee will be charged for Returns on Yukon Products
Yukon's professional design team has enhanced this standard weight room necessity. This improved tubular design is not prone to the warping and bending common to units constructed of flat steel. The stabilizing legs are constructed of heavy 2"" x 2"" tubing to produce a safer, more stable unit. Six staggered pegs accommodate Olympic plates on a single unit with built-in bar holders.
Weight lifting is an interesting sport. Weight training is for everybody and everybody. It is a form of strength training that can improve the muscle tone, strength, gain muscle mass and lose fat and improve the bone density.
In fitness, weightlifting often involves lifting gradually increasing amounts of weight. This technique uses a wide variety of equipment to target different muscle groups. Some fitness trainers have adapted it to provide the positive effects of aerobic exercise. Weightlifting is part of the training program of many sportsmen.
As a muscle developing technique, weightlifting is based on the principle of gradual overload. Those who practice it overload their muscles by trying to lift at least as much weight as they are physically capable of. This way, the muscles respond by becoming larger and stronger. The procedure is repeated with heavier weights as the muscles strengthen. If not supervised, weightlifting can be quite risky, especially for beginners.