BULGARIAN HYDRO BAG SPIN

Aqua Bulgarian Bag Spin

The Aqua Bulgarian bag spin is a fantastic exercise for building circular shoulder strength, rotational core strength, aerobic conditioning and grip strength. You’ll get no rest with this exercise making it an extremely metabolically challenging movement to perform. Go for reps or time and get your heart pumping!

Aqua Ball Thrusters

Aqua Ball Thrusters

Aqua Ball Thrusters are a killer full-body exercise that will get the heart pumping. The exercise combines the front squat with an overhead press in one seamless movement. The aqua ball makes this already challenging exercise even more demanding with the force of the water inside of bag continually moving in all directions.

Aqua Ball Russian Twist

Aqua Ball Russian Twist

The Aqua Ball Russian twist is a great exercise for developing rotational core strength. Beginners can keep their feet planted on the floor to regress the exercise. Advanced lifters can elevate the feet and hold the ball further from the body to increase the leverage.

Aqua Ball Clean & Press

Aqua Ball Clean & Press

The Aqua Ball clean and press is a combination lift involving multiple movements. The exercise incorporate upper body push and pull as well as the hip hinge from the swing. The Aqua ball makes this exercise a whole lot more demanding with the dynamic force of water moving around inside the bag.

Kettlebell slingshot

Kettlebell Slingshot

The Kettlebell Slingshot is an excellent exercise to warm up your posterior chain, shoulders and arms. I’ll also throw it into a flow workout if I want to have a rest between sets but don’t want to put the kettlebell down. Want to learn more about kettlebell training? Click here for more information on my…

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Bulgarian Bag Mills

Bulgarian Bag Mills

Overview The Bulgarian bag mill is another traditional steel club exercise we can perform with a Bulgarian bag. The mill is a great sport specific exercise for fighters, swimmers, tennis players and any other sport that requires circular shoulder strength. It’s essentially the same movement as the Bulgarian bag side swipe, but we just rotate…

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