Single arm pull with rotation (single leg )

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Level: 1 2
Region:

Biceps, Back

Starting position:

Standing facing the anchor point

Strap length:

Mid-length

Functional classification:

Strength, Coordination

Description:

"Feet at pelvic width. Grip with right hand at waist level, left hand along the torso.
Lift your right leg in front of you;
Lift right arm to chest, turn chest inwards;
Raise left arm, parallel to the slings;
Starting with your left arm, turn your body to the left until it is in one straight line.
Repeat the same on the other side.
Strong active plank, avoid jerking your pelvis upwards.

Recommended load:

8x

Benefits of exercise

One-handed thrust with rotation (one leg) level 1

This exercise trains the oblique abdominal muscles, the latissimus muscle and the biceps. One-handed traction strengthens the grip and forearm muscles. The unstable support connects the muscles of the core, thereby strengthening the muscular corset. Torsion of the body actively involves the oblique abdominal muscles. 

This exercise option is perfect for those who need to develop hand and grip strength to work with free weight, to climb a rope or to prepare for an obstacle race. 

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