This past week I was very fortunate to be asked to write about the benefits of our DVRT Ultimate Sandbag Training for Women’s Health Magazine. When you have to be very concise and lay it out simply, I can’t think of a better reason than how efficient DVRT Ultimate Sandbag Training workouts become. In just a few Ultimate Sandbag Training exercises you have a heart pounding, strength building exercise that even helps build flexibility.
Maybe you just heard yada, yada, yada. Sounds like a pretty big promise. I don’t like to sit back and try to convince you by complex theory, rather, I want you to experience the impact of DVRT Ultimate Sandbag Training for yourself. Last week I gave you the toughest 50 reps program, today, I am going to provide you with a bit of a different DVRT Ultimate Sandbag Training workout.
One of the best ways to stay on track with your fitness is to know when your schedule might be compromised. As much as I am a proponent of fitness, the truth is it should be a compliment to your life, not all of it. When life dictates you be flexible, let’s give you a DVRT Ultimate Sandbag Training workout to meet those demands. One of the easiest ways to get off track with your fitness training is not being able to be flexible with your training.
As effective as DVRT Ultimate Sandbag Training programs are, they would be nothing if they couldn’t be easily adjusted or very efficient. What a lot of people loved about the 50 rep challenge was how incredibly effective it was for the short amount of time it took to perform. Not only is it time efficient, but these DVRT Ultimate Sandbag Training workouts are dynamic in nature in giving a good dose of variety as well. We can’t underrate the fun factor, after all, who likes to repeat workouts that they don’t find engaging?
In order to address all the factors I just discussed, your DVRT Ultimate Sandbag Training workout still has to make sense! How can you make your DVRT Ultimate Sandbag Training have rhyme and reason? You will first want to start by deciding what you want to achieve with your various Ultimate Sandbag Training movements. The easiest thing to do is to break your Ultimate Sandbag Training complex into its individual components.
How many different parts should you create with your DVRT Ultimate Sandbag Training complex? Since for today’s series we are going to go heavier with our Ultimate Sandbag, we are going to keep the complex in the shorter range, three movements. The weight of your Ultimate Sandbag Training session can dictate a lot and in this case the number of components to your complex.
Selecting one drill that is lower body and one upper body dominant is a good start, but you also want them to flow together. That is why you will typically see our Ultimate Sandbag Training complexes have a press overhead or a bent-over row variation rather than a bench press. We also want these drills to hit the big muscle groups and why you want see the complex focus on biceps curls or triceps extension.
The third component is usually an explosive DVRT Ultimate Sandbag Training drill. Whether this be our High Pulls, Cleans, or Snatches. Using these drills serves a few different purposes. The first is they give us an opportunity to not hold the Ultimate Sandbag. When we place the Ultimate Sandbag on our body, whether for lower body exercises such as squats, or lunges, or upper body drills like overhead presses, there is a lot of stress throughout the entire body. This compression upon the body is a great attribute of DVRT Ultimate Sandbag Training in burning calories and building strength, but it also causes the body to fatigue faster!
Secondly, these explosive Ultimate Sandbag Training movements simulate very intense type of activities like sprinting without exposing the body to the high joint stress of running and jumping. The last benefit of these explosive Ultimate Sandbag Training movements is they create a natural flow to the Ultimate Sandbag Training complex. Remember, part of a good complex is making sure that the exercises blend almost seamlessly together. Of course this also means we have a way of getting the Ultimate Sandbag off the ground for each repetition.
The next phase is to try to make each portion of the Ultimate Sandbag Training complex relatively equal. For example, in today’s complex moving from a drop lunge to a rotational press puts these movements on par. A lot of people would use a squat and press, but that means the squat is underwhelmed compared to the squat. Synergy amongst the Ultimate Sandbag Training exercises is one of the big unique benefits of the DVRT system.
Today’s DVRT Ultimate Sandbag Training challenge brings all these concepts together in a relatively simple but highly effective workout. Put a timer on for 25 minutes, because of the heavier Ultimate Sandbag you are going to be using we are going to aim for three to five repetitions per side. You will also mix in a pull-up to complete a well balanced, but simple routine. The goal is to only take as much rest as you feel unnecessary. That way if you are feeling your best, push your Ultimate Sandbag Training workout, if you are feeling a bit fatigued or relatively new to this type of training, allow a bit more rest. Record your total number of repetitions and sets. Your following DVRT Ultimate Sandbag Training workout either try to perform the same amount of repetitions in less time or try to perform more sets/repetitions in the 25 minutes. A powerful DVRT Ultimate Sandbag Training workout and if you don’t believe me check out how sweaty I got!