Crush cardio boredom, build explosive muscle, and group train anywhere with the TANK M1. The same challenging TANK technology you know and love, now with real-time training data and redesigned features that will take your training sessions to the next level. The new TANK M1 comes standard with the original TANK features athletes love like easily removable handles, compact design, and adjustable resistance levels.
*Console option only available in North America.
Incorporating the TANK into your workout program offers limitless versatility. More than just a traditional resistance sled, the TANK can be pushed, pulled, towed or used as a stationary implement. With many different attachments and accessories, dull, boring workouts are a thing of the past.
Whether you’re new to fitness or a seasoned pro, the TANK is for everybody. With variable resistance levels, you can tailor the TANK to fit your workout needs from warmup to cooldown and anything in between.
When you walk backwards, you reach back with your toe and roll through your foot to your heel. This works the anterior tibialis (shin) muscle, as opposed to the gastrocnemius (calf) muscle, which tends to do all the work when you walk forward. Strengthening the shin muscles provides better balance which is more important as you age.
TANK training reverses the effects that time and traditional exercise methods place on your body. You are in effect, rebuilding your body from your feet up. By loading your toes (with weight) whether you’re pushing the TANK or pulling the TANK, you’re working the toes, feet, ankles, shins and calves. This is the new research that totally turns traditional learning upside down. The lower part of your body is needed more as you age and balance becomes a greater concern.
Whether you are young or old, an athlete or rehabbing an injury, TANK training will benefit you in a number of ways.
TANK training protects against:
The All-New TANK M1 has both a console option as well as a dumbbell cradle option in addition to an improved 3-position tow loop bar.
No, the TANK M1 console and dumbbell cradles are optional attachments.
The TANK M1 console option offers data for up to 4 different users at a time, taking group workouts to a whole new level. It delivers data on calories, watts, time, distance and Push Force Energy™.
The dumbbell cradles option adds extra traction for towing movements and allows you to take your dumbbell workouts on the go. This attachment holds one pair of dumbbells to 20 lbs.
The improved 3-position tow loop bar allows for more traction which eases pressure on the front wheel and creates more training possibilities! Use the loop to attach V-Straps, battle and tow ropes, and more.
Unlike friction sleds or ‘prowlers,’ TANK is controlled by magnetic resistance — meaning athletes don’t need to change out the weight for each user. By flipping the resistance lever, you can change the intensity of your workout without adding or removing heavy weight plates. Additionally, TANK is an all-surface weight sled with wheels, meaning it will not tear up your carpet or flooring.
No, you do not. Unlike traditional sleds, all of the resistance comes with the simple flip of the lever, thanks to TANK’s innovative braking system. Weight is only added to help with traction while pushing or pulling the sled if you are on a 'looser' surface.
Yes. TANK is coated with electrostatic paint, so you can use it outdoors, under all weather conditions, without fear of damaging the equipment. In addition, this is an all-surface fitness sled, meaning it was built to be used on a range of outdoor surfaces — from grass fields to turf tracks.
TANK users include everyone from NFL, NBA, NHL, and MLB teams to assisted living communities and everything in between. Because TANK trains for deceleration, HIIT, and overall conditioning while still being gentle on joints, nearly every person can benefit from training on Torque’s premier workout sled.
Yes. Our bi-directional movement and adjustable toe-bar lets you push or pull the TANK in either direction.
The TANK M1’s lightweight, three-wheel design makes turning simple. Center your foot on the back axle, lift back and swivel to change directions.