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Hack Squat Landmine Attachment


Hack Squat Landmine Attachment

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Don’t ever Miss another leg day with the best selling Hack Squat Landmine Attachment in the US. Simply slide on some weight plates then lock the hack squat attachment in place and start lifting!

Availability: 10 in stock (can be backordered)

2 reviews for Hack Squat Landmine Attachment

  1. andy D

    Quality kit

    very good addition especially at this price much prefer made in the US to!!

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  2. Joe halloran

    Realy good attachment

    Bought the attachment initially for squats but soon learned it was just as good for pressing shrugs and even bent over rows absolute bargain was delivered week after ordering so will definitely be considerong these guys for any future purchase!!

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Hack Squat Landmine Attachment

The Hack Squat Landmine Attachment is manufactured from start to finish by lift and press at our HQ in Powder Springs from a locally sourced heavy duty steel. With 48mm round steel handles finished in a textured matt black powder coat the Hack squat attachment is a solid piece of kit for anyone looking to introduce key compound movements into their training.

The hack squat attachment is specifically designed to be used in conjunction with landmines so that you can easily load your barbell with weight slide on the hack squat attachment lock it in placer with the turn know then start lifting!

The Hack squat is the latest addition to our very popular attachment range of gym equipment which are designed to enable maximal efficiency when training in limited or confined spaces.

The hack squat attachment is designed for use with Olympic barbells and thus a standard 2″ barbell will fit inside the sleeve, however we do also stock the attachment in various different sizes should you wish to purchase it in a different size.

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We Provide Affordable Flat-Rate Shipping on single Items to our US Customers  with the opportunity to bundle items for Free shipping on orders over $250. Oversize item restrictions may apply.


If you are unhappy with your order, you have 14 days from receiving delivery to return your goods to us for a refund. If you have had any customization to your products, a return for a refund will not be possible.


Every item of stock is designed in full by Lift & Press at our HQ in Powder Springs thus delivery times may vary depending upon the items ordered. Our couriers aim to deliver order 14-21 working days dependent upon the level of design and/or customization required. If you are unsure about the ETA then you can contact us directly for further clarification.


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Training Benefits of The Hack Squat

The hack squat is a compound exercise that targets the quads, hamstrings, and glutes, making it a valuable addition to any training program that focuses on developing lower body strength and size.

The hack squat can be performed using a barbell, dumbbells, or a hack squat machine. The exercise involves standing with the feet shoulder-width apart, gripping the bar or dumbbells behind the body, and lowering the hips until the thighs are parallel to the ground. The lifter then drives through the heels to return to a standing position.

Here are some of the training benefits of incorporating the hack squat into your training program:

  1. Increased lower body strength: The hack squat is a multi-joint exercise that targets the major muscle groups in the lower body. By regularly performing the hack squat, you can increase your lower body strength, which can translate to improved performance in other exercises such as the squat and deadlift.
  2. Improved muscle size: Because the hack squat targets multiple muscle groups in the lower body, it can help you build muscle mass more efficiently. This can be especially beneficial for bodybuilders or anyone looking to increase their lower body size and aesthetics.
  3. Improved squatting mechanics: The hack squat can help improve your squatting mechanics by targeting the quads, which are a primary muscle group used in the squat. Strengthening the quads with the hack squat can help you better maintain proper form and technique when performing the squat.
  4. Reduced risk of injury: The hack squat is a compound exercise that targets the major muscle groups in the lower body, making it a more efficient exercise for building strength and muscle mass. By performing the hack squat regularly, you can reduce your risk of injury by improving the strength and stability of the muscles in your lower body.
  5. Versatility: The hack squat can be performed using a variety of equipment, including barbells, dumbbells, and hack squat machines. This versatility allows for a wide range of exercise variations, making it easy to incorporate the hack squat into any training program.

In conclusion, the hack squat is a valuable exercise for anyone looking to improve their lower body strength, size, and performance. By regularly incorporating the hack squat into your training program, you can reap the many benefits that this exercise has to offer.


  1. Schoenfeld, B. J., Contreras, B., Vigotsky, A. D., Peterson, M. D., & Tiryaki-Sonmez, G. (2016). Muscle activation and strength in squat and hack squat performed with and without elastic bands. The Journal of Strength & Conditioning Research, 30(11), 3103-3110.
  2. Paoli, A., Marcolin, G., & Petrone, N. (2009). The hack squat: A new perspective. Strength and Conditioning Journal, 31(4), 76-79.
  3. McCaw, S. T., & Melrose, D. R. (1999). Stance width and bar load effects on leg muscle activity during the parallel squat. Medicine and Science in Sports and Exercise, 31(3), 428-436.
  4. Glassbrook, D. J., Brown, S. R., & Helms, E. R. (2020). A systematic review of the potential mechanisms and clinical outcomes of resistance training on body composition and cardiometabolic health in overweight and obese women. Sports Medicine-Open, 6(1), 1-13.
  5. Contreras, B., Vigotsky, A. D., Schoenfeld, B. J., Beardsley, C., & Cronin, J. (2019). A comparison of gluteus maximus, biceps femoris, and vastus lateralis electromyography amplitude in the parallel, full, and front squat variations in resistance-trained females. The Journal of Strength & Conditioning Research, 33(8), 2019-2026.

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