Step 1

Safely set a sled on one end of the sled track and load it with the desired amount of weight plates. Place both hands on the upright poles of the sled and take a large step back with your preferred leg. With your arms extended, lean your torso forward, ensuring that you maintain a neutral spine. This is your starting position.

Step 2

Drive off your back leg and continue to take large steps forward to push the sled to the end of the track, breathing deeply throughout. Ensure that you keep your arms extended and maintain a neutral spine.

Step 3

Once you reach the end of the track, release your hands and run around to the opposite side of the sled. Hold onto the horizontal poles of the sled with an overhand grip (palms facing down) and take a large step back with your preferred leg. With your arms extended, lean your torso forward and ensure you maintain a neutral spine.

Step 4

Drive off your back leg and continue to take large steps forward to push the sled to the end of the track, breathing deeply throughout. Ensure that you keep your arms extended and maintain a neutral spine.

Step 5

Once you reach the end of the track, release your hands and run around the sled to return to the starting position. Continue pushing the sled up and down the track for the specified amount of time.

Sweat logo
Sweat

A more empowered you starts with Sweat, and our editorial team is here to bring you the latest fitness tips, trainer recommendations, wellbeing news, nutritional advice, nourishing recipes and free workouts.

Intermediate
Gym-based equipment
High Intensity

Ready to try a workout?

Sweat for less with 33% off annual plans

We have a feeling you’re going to love Sweat

Take 33% off with our Step Into Strength sale.