Tri-Grip Plate Workout | MuscleSquad

icon Feb 01, 2022 - Fitness Trainer

Tri-Grip Plate Workout

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Who is this workout for?

This workout is composed of simple exercises that can be done in a small space. You could do it in a quiet corner of the gym, or from the comfort of your own home.

What will I achieve form this workout?

This session works your whole body. If you want to build a balanced physique and get stronger at the same time, look no further.

What equipment do I need?

One Tri-Grip Plate is all you need for this workout. If you have multiple plates, use different weights for different exercises to challenge yourself as much as possible.

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