Sand-Pad Smashing

  • Degree of Difficulty 60% 60%

Sand-pad Übung Smash
Smash Sand-Pad to the floor

Short Description
  1. Hold the Sand-Pad above your head.
  2. Smash the Sand-Pad on the floor.
  3. Pick up the Sand-Pad and raise it above your head again.
Long Description
  1. Take the Sand-Pad with both hands and raise it above your head. The whole body should be extended and in one line. For a safe and balanced stand put the feet in a stable position. Fix a point on the floor with your eyes.
  2. Tense your whole body and mainly the abdominal muscles. Bent your trunk and smash the Sand-Pad on the fixed point on the floor. Try to keep your back in a straight position.
  3. With bent legs and a straight lower back pick up the Sand-Pad again and raise it above your head.
Tips
Prevent injuries by keeping your back in a straight position and standing stable.
Additional exercise instructions

With the Sand-Pad exercise Smashing athletes can really work off their energy. During the exercise you smash the Sand-Pad on the floor.

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Rotation

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