Below you will find videos and information relating to the blog post.
1/ To set up lie down flat with both legs straight. Pull one foot in to be beside the other knee. Place the second foot beside that foot.
2/ Ensure you grip the bar tight and keep control of it.
3/ Squeeze the bar into the air making sure to keep your stomach down and flat. Also try to drive through your heels.
4/ Squeeze your glutes and arrive at the top of the rep with control where you can pause for a second or so.
1/ The aim is to walk square and uniformly.
2/ Grip the weight tightly with the free hand on your hip.
3/ Walk the distance whilst trying to not allow your feel from leaving their 'train tracks' i.e. don't let them cross over.
1/ Set feet slightly wider than hip width. You can experiment whether you want straight feet or feet at 11 and 1 on the clock. Whichever is comfy for you.
2/ The aim is to sit back with a straight torso and then sit down in the space behind your heels.
3/ Whilst in the bottom and lower position try to have your weight on your heels to midfoot.
4/ Think about chest and nose going forward to ensure the locked torso whilst keeping knees in line with your feet.
1/ With a straight body row your chest up to the the space between the handles.
2/ Think about pulling your elbows back as opposed to the handles. Squeeze your shoulder blades together.
3/ Lower with control and cease the exercise when you have to kick your hips up to achieve a rep. Your body must be locked.
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1/ On your elbows and feet with a neutral spine with your head in a normal position.
2/ Keep your stomach and glutes tight and try to breath normally.
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1/ Get on partner to hold you down on a bench or physio bed.
2/ Hold your body and head in a straight line whilst squeezing your glutes hard.
1/ Imagine you have a glass of water on your head whilst stepping up onto a box just below knee height.
2/ Step up on the box driving your weight through the heel of the on box foot with minimal propulsion from the ground leg.
3/ Ensure your knee stays in line with your foot and your hips don't get left behind.
1/ This can be done with a sled, tyre or prowler.
2/ You can march like the video or if you are trying to focus on your hamstrings then walk with slightly straighter legs pulling backwards with your hamstrings.
3/ Ensure torso is upright and lower back position is maintained.
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