Wall Slide (stand facing the anchor point)

Level: 1

Back, Shoulders

Basic movements:

Push, Plank

Starting position:

Standing facing the anchor point

Strap length:


Functional classification:



Stand with your feet shoulder-width apart. Bend the arms at 90 degrees and, keeping the palms open, put the hands through the handles without the grip. Lean backwards, extend the arms above the head. Slide the arms back down. Pay attention to the movement of the shoulder blades. Hold yourself in a straight plank. Maintain tension on the suspension trainer.

Recommended load:


Benefits of exercise

Sliding along the wall (facing the mount) on FISIO functional hinges 

To develop the mobility of the upper shoulder body and improve the range of motion during turns or any motor actions performed with your hands, you need mobility in the shoulder blades, flexibility of the pectoral muscles and strength of the back muscles.

With a sedentary lifestyle, the back muscles are weakened, the shoulders fall down more often, the posture becomes rounded, and the chest muscles become shortened. This situation leads to back pain, cramping and swelling in the collar area, tension between the shoulder blades. To avoid this, perform simple actions to improve back mobility and strengthen muscles.