High pull - slide T

Level: 1 2

Chest, Shoulders, Back

Starting position:

Standing facing the anchor point

Strap length:

Fully shortened

Functional classification:



Feet at shoulder width. Arms straight, grip at hip level.
Bring hinges to waist level, tilt body, straighten arms;
Do an overhead pull, avoiding a pelvic thrust forward, focusing on bringing the shoulder blades together;
Return the body to a stable position;
Transfer your body weight forward to your toes, hands in front of you;
Do a T-slide.
Strong active plank.

Recommended load:


Benefits of exercise

The upper thrust is a level 1 slide on FISIO functional hinges

This exercise practically mirrors the pectoral muscles in front, and the trapezoidal muscles and the posterior bundle of the deltoid are posterior. The benefit of this exercise is that you work out some of the weakest muscle areas in one approach. The pectoral muscles are activated during the T slide element, and the trapeze and delta are activated during the upper thrust.
Working out these muscles has a positive effect on the development of the upper shoulder body strength.