Front staby with the Sand-Pad

  • Degree of Difficulty 60% 60%

Sand-Pad Rumpftraining Sand-Pad Core-Training Plank

Short Description
  1. Push-up position with forearms laying on the Sand-Pad.
  2. Lift one leg in a parallel to the floor.
  3. Lower leg.
  4. Raise the other leg and try to train with both legs alternately.
Long Description
  1. You are in a push-up position and your forearms rest on the Sand-Pad. Your hands hold each other. The angle in your elbow should be 90°. Back, buttocks and legs form a line.
  2. Lift one leg from the floor and the tension in your whole body will raise. Try to tense your back and abdominal muscles. Keep the leg extended.
  3. Lower the lifted leg again.
  4. Lift the other leg and train with both legs alternately to prevent a one-sidedness of the workout.
Tips
Keep your back in a straight position and prevent a hollow back. Always tense your buttocks and your abdominal muscles.
Additional exercise instructions

The Sand-Pad exercise Front Staby trains the core muscles. During the exercise, the whole trunk is under high tension.

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