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Bodybuilding Meets Real World Ultimate Sandbag Training

DVRT Master, Cory Cripe (Creator of DVRT Movement Strength) I am still fresh and flying high from instructing my first ever DVRT Level I & II Ultimate Sandbag Training Certification in Rockford, Illinois a few weekends ago! It was a […]

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Ultimate Sandbag Exercises for REAL Glute Power!

How To Use Ultimate Sandbag Exercises for Real World Glute Power-DVRT Master, Troy Anderson (Alpha Kettlebell Program) “Two roads diverged in a wood and I -I took the one less traveled by, and that has made all the difference.”-Robert Frost […]

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Ultimate Sandbag Workouts for Movement Strength

Late in January our DVRT Master instructors came to me with an interesting idea. They wanted to dedicated February as an opportunity to show some of our uniqueness of Ultimate Sandbag workouts by featuring DVRT flows. I thought it was […]

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Secret to Unlocking Movement with Ultimate Sandbag Training

This past weekend I had the wonderful pleasure of doing a staff training at Equinox in Toronto. Even though I have been doing these trainings for a short amount of time, they are becoming one of my favorite projects. It […]

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Ultimate Sandbag Exercises for BETTER Squats

Cory Cripe, DVRT Master (Creator DVRT Movement Strength & DVRT Weekend Warriors) I think back to the ol’ days when I was immersed in barbell training, where it was just you and the weight and that’s how things were. Then […]

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Ultimate Sandbag Training Beyond the Gym

DVRT Ultimate Sandbag Training has taught me so much in my fitness journey. I will admit I was not blessed with much when it came to athletic genes, but I was proud that the accomplishments I earned as a high […]

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Real Core Training with Ultimate Sandbag Exercises

I am embarrassed to admit when I was totally involved in DVRT exercises, eating & drinking everything being put out, there was something I wasn’t doing correctly – even though I thought I was! Funny how task versus intent is […]

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