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Ancestral fitness, optimizes dynamic functionality and rekindles instinctive adaption of physical skills through primal play!





Creating Your Own Primal Playground requires a few versatile pieces of ‘quality’ equipment. The pay-off of purchasing your own mobile but ‘heavy-duty’ gear is the ‘freedom’ to train whenever, where-ever and for whatever discipline (military fitness, martial arts, primal functionality, crossfit etc.) you choose - adaptive and durable, ‘key’ equipment is a lifetime investment in good health.

Key Equipment should provide a means for training all four dynamics of ancestral fitness, including: speed, agility, skill and power.

1 7m Climbing Rope with Sling and Carabiner is specifically designed to be safe and comfortable for rope climbing, and at 7 metres in length it can be mounted in venues with high ceilings. The climbing rope is 1.5 inches thick and made of sisal, which is perfect for getting a good grip without having to worry about rope burn and slipping. The solid steel clamp at the end of the climbing rope not only serves as a convenient and safe attachment point for the rope, it also protects the rope from fraying to ensure it lasts as long as possible. The sling is 123cm so can add further length to the climbing rope and enables the climbing rope to be attached to various sized structures. The carabiner included in the pack makes connecting the climbing rope to the sling simple - getting a climbing rope up with this pack really is fast and easy.

2 Iron Edge Squat Stands are made for heavy duty loads – they’re high quality and 100% Australian made. These squat stands will take more than 500kg comfortably and are extremely sturdy – the pair weighs 20kg so is light enough to move around easily but far more stable than cheaper foreign squat stands that weigh around half of that. Designed for maximum stability there is no wobble with the Iron Edge squat stands even under very heavy loads and being fully adjustable from 116cm right through to 170cm they can be used by just about anyone with comfort and confidence. The adjustability also means that they can be used for a wide variety of lifts, from dead start squats through to push jerks. The Iron Edge squat stands also have a hardened plastic covering so can be used to hold expensive barbells without damaging the knurling. So if you’re after an affordable, safe, sturdy and easy to use squat stand it’s hard to go past Iron Edge’s version.

3 Iron Edge Weightlifting Bumper Plate Pack comes with a 20kg Pendlay bushing barbell and pairs of 5kg, 10kg, 15kg, 20kg and 25kg Iron Edge bumper plates. The Pendlay bar is a high quality bar conforming to IWF specifications and has its weight calibrated to within +/- 0.5% so can be used for Olympic lifting. The knurl points of the Pendlay bar are also set for Olympic lifting and the knurling itself is fine for perfect gripping without shredding your hands. The bushings of the Pendlay bar move very smoothly, again making them workable for Olympic lifts, and the unique single piece collar construction is extremely durable – so durable in fact that Pendaly give a lifetime guarantee on their bushing barbell. The Iron Edge bumper plates are made with traditional IWF colours and diameters, and have a 51mm collar opening making them suitable for use with any Olympic bar. The Iron Edge bumper plates, with the exception of the 5kg plates, are designed for dropping on a lifting platform. This is a great pack for those who want a high quality barbell and weights pack that is suitable for Olympic lifting.

Optional Extras these items are not essential but very useful…

4 The Lock Jaw Pro collar is one of the easiest to use and most reliable barbell collars around, definitely a class above the old spring collars. With a simple, but highly effective, single-action cam lock the Lock Jaw Pro collars can be installed and removed with one hand very quickly, which makes them perfect for those who want to be able to change weights rapidly between lifters or sets. The Lock Jaw Pro collars bite down on any standard Olympic barbell with tenacity during even the most brutal workouts and will keep weights securely in place when the barbell is dropped. The Lock Jaw Pro barbell collars are made of a solid nylon frame with injection moulded pressure pads, so they’re light (around 340gms for the pair) and virtually indestructible. Lightweight, extremely durable, easy to use and highly effective.

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5 The Gymboss Max timer is the king of interval timers. It allows you to program in as many as 25 different intervals and have these intervals repeat up to 99 times. This is perfect for programming sessions with increasing work time or decreasing rest time over several sets, or strict warm up/cool down times into your interval training session, or longer blocks of rest between blocks of intervals. With up to 25 intervals you can have some seriously complex interval training programmed into the Gymboss Max timer without having to stop, reset and start again or keep track of time as with the standard Gymboss or a stopwatch. Having your session mapped out in the Gymboss Max will keep your workouts on track and make sure you’re using your training time effectively.




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