Medium pull - slide T

Level: 1 2

Abdominals, Chest, Biceps, 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 a medium pull, avoid a pelvic pull forward, focus on bringing the shoulder blades together;
Return to a stable position;
Shift your body weight forward on your toes, hands in front of you;
Do a T-slide, don't drop your shoulders, below the level of your hands.
Strong active plank.

Recommended load:


Benefits of exercise

Average thrust - T level 1 slide on FISIO functional hinges

This is a multifunctional exercise aimed at working out several muscle groups. In one approach, you can strengthen: the muscles of the chest, back, arms, shoulders and abs. An ideal exercise option for those who like a non-standard approach to training and a diverse training process. By doing this exercise, you will be able to develop arm strength, work out the pectoralis major muscle, strengthen your back and core muscles, which maintain a straight body position.

The posterior deltoid bundle is worked out especially well in this exercise, its function is to pull the arm back. Both in the thrust and in the slide element, it is precisely this movement that underlies it. If you want bulky shoulders and a beautiful posture, include this exercise in your workout plan.