How Does a Weight Sled with Wheels Work?

weight sled with wheels

A weight Sled with Wheels has earned a lot of buzz for its innovative yet simple design and full-body impact. Traditional weight sleds are often clunky, cumbersome, and often scrape up floors and driveways.

Our latest design is easy to use but still offers an intense workout. If you're looking to uplevel your fitness routine and get better results from your training, here's what you need to know about weight sleds. 

What is a Weight Sled with Wheels?

A weight sled uses your full-body strength and momentum to give you an intense workout. Sometimes weight is often used on the sled, but our XPO sled works whether you add weights or not.

Our customers range from elite athletes to beginners and people with disabilities. Unlike other trainers, our XPO sled gets harder to push the faster you go. You can still get a challenging workout regardless of how much weight you add to the sled. 

Traditional workout sleds without wheels are also problematic. They're often difficult to use, scrape up your floors, and are too loud. A weight sled with wheels is more functional and easier to use.

Are Weight Sleds Easy to Store?

The type of weight sled you buy determines how easy it is to store or take with you on the road. Many sleds are static and take up valuable space in your garage, yard, or basement. Our XPO Trainer 2 offers removable handles for easy transport, portability, and storage. Take it with you on a road trip or to a friend's house to workout together.

Are Weight Sleds Noisy?

Traditional sleds are often noisy and scrape against flooring and concrete. They're loud, not always easy to use, and make it difficult to focus. However, our weight sleds with wheels are quiet for a more enjoyable workout. 

What Kind of Workout Do You Get from a Sled?

At first glance, some people think weight sleds aren't challenging enough because both beginners and experts can use them. In reality, sleds pack in a full-body exercise that targets glutes, hip flexors, calves, triceps, chest, shoulders, hamstrings, core, and quads.

Weight Sled Reviews

weight sled with wheels - woman pushing sled"We absolutely love our XPO sled! My husband and I like to work out together, and we really like that we can swap between using this without having to switch out a bunch of weight plates or anything like that - the exponential resistance is truly amazing." - Chrissy Carroll

"1. It's a great tool for building work capacity. The accommodating resistance allows me to train all of the energy systems. 2. I can train any age demographic - young, old, or in between. 3. There is no eccentric load, so it is terrific for recovery sessions. Blood is pumped to the legs and torso flushing out metabolic by­products. 4. Folks with knee pain that can not squat, lunge or step up can train their legs effectively while they build back up to traditional movements. 5. Older athletes with orthopedic issues can successfully condition with weight­bearing activity. 6. General warm­ups. Anything from 5­-15 minutes is ideal for elevating core temperature." - Coach Rutherford

"I bought my XPO trainer at the start of Spring and use it multiple times weekly. It has quickly become my favorite exercise in my routine. I have seen great strides in my strength, endurance, and speed in just a few short months. And absolutely incredible piece of machinery" - Doug Spray 

Ready to Try a Weight Sled with Wheels?

Enjoy an intense workout without the loud, clunky, and ineffective fitness devices and equipment. You'll see results and get a rewarding product with your new wheel push sled. Ready to try one for yourself? Browse our products and the XPO Sled trainer today and transform your results.