Lateral planche with the Suspension Trainer

  • Degree of Difficulty 60% 60%

Suspension Training Sidestaby

Short Description
  1. Feet in the loops. Body is supported in the forearm.
  2. Hold the position.
Long Description
  1. Depending on the desired intensity either both feet or both lower legs are hung up in the loops. The body is supported sidewise on one forearm. The body forms a line with the hip and the toes are tightened.
  2. No motion only strain of the muscles.
Tips
The further you removing the body from the suspension, the more intense the exercise!
Additional exercise instructions

The exercise Sidestaby trains the stability and power of the lateral rump and hip muscles. The exercise provides many possibilities to vary the position.

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