Aqua Ball swings challenge the hamstrings and glutes like nothing else. The water sloshing around inside the ball makes this a very demanding and fun alternative to the traditional kettlebell swing.
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.
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.
The Aqua Ball is a fun way to challenge the core and very effective at activating the stabilising muscles. No two reps feel the same and the trunk is forced to actively engage to control the moving load.
The Aqua Ball pivot side snatch is an excellent variation of the traditional linear snatch exercise. This is movement is very explosive and requires good shoulder stablisation to control the shifting force of water overhead.
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.