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Aqua bag mills are an excellent exercise for building circular shoulder strength and rotational core strength. Start with the side swipe and then build up to the full movement, start with Bulgarian bag if you need to before progressing onto the Aqua bag.
The Aqua bag lamb swing is a traditional Bulgarian bag exercise. It takes the bag from the floor just outside of the legs across the front of the body then onto the back of the shoulders.
The Aqua bag side swipe is essentially the same exercise swipe, except it’s performed in the frontal plane (laterally). The side swipe is a prep movement for one of my favourite Bulgarian bag exercises, the mill.
The Aqua bag side swing squat is essentially the same exercise as the swing squat except it’s performed in the frontal plane (laterally). This is an excellent exercise for strengthening the legs and for developing rotational core strength. When initiating this exercise perform a few smaller reps with the Bulgarian bag to build momentum before…Details
The Aqua Bag Swing Squat is an exercise I like very much and a great leg builder. The hip dominant muscles are targeted during the swing and the quad muscles are worked during the squat. The core muscles are also forced to constantly engage to control the water as it sloshes around inside the bag.…Details
The Aqua bag side clean is exactly the same exercise as the traditional clean, except it’s performed in the frontal plane. Whenever performing Aqua bag or Bulgarian bag frontal plane swinging movements, always remember to charge your weight in the opposite direction to offset the weight of the bag.
The Aqua bag side swing is an excellent frontal plane exercise and a fundamental movement to master when training with the Aqua bag or Bulgarian bag. The shape of the bag lends itself perfectly to these swinging movements and is something that separates the Bulgarian bag from other types of training bags.
The Aqua Bag AKA Hydro Bag share many similarities to the Bulgarian Bag. The Aqua bag is based on the same unique design as the Bulgarian bag and can be used in an identical way. There are two main differences though; The Grip The Filling Grip Strength For building grip strength the Bulgarian bag is…Details
The crescent shape of the Aqua bag contours the body perfectly making traditional strength training exercises like lunges, squats and good mornings comfortable to perform. The variety of handles and straps also make the Aqua Bulgarian bag ideal for pressing and pulling movements.
Very similar to the Aqua Bulgarian bag swing except you’ll immediately drop into a squat at the top of the upswing. The Aqua bag swing squat is an excellent leg builder with the hip hinge hitting the hip dominant muscles and the squat hitting the quad dominant muscles.