The Best Short & Effective Ultimate Sandbag Workouts


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The older I have gotten the more sympathetic I have become to how hard it can be for people seeing themselves getting in shape like they really want. When I owned a gym I could never understand how people couldn’t find time to workout. As I have gotten busy myself and time has become a premium I’m so happy that I can show people how fitness can fit in their lives with DVRT Ultimate Sandbag workouts.

When you think about it, it just isn’t an issue of time. I have a pretty strict schedule of when I get my own workouts in. That is because I know if I don’t do it at THAT time, not only do I run out of time, but energy too!

However, as you know, life is rarely perfect and there are times when my schedule gets messed up by a sick puppy, a business emergency, you name it. That is why one of the best ways I love to use our DVRT Ultimate Sandbag workouts is part of Flows and Complexes.

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Now, before we get too far into things, DVRT Flows and Complexes are not “dumbed down” training. In fact, they work perfectly with so much of what we are sharing in our new DVRT Metabolic Resistance Training (MRT) program as perfect type of workout to do the day after more intense training.

Flows and Complexes work so well for busy people, those looking to facilitate recovery, training with minimal space, and honestly, get to doing things they often ignore in their typical training.

To really understand how Flows and Complexes work in the world of DVRT Ultimate Sandbag workouts we have to explain the difference between the two.

A Flow is a series of exercises that seamlessly move from one movement to another. Because the Ultimate Sandbag is so great in being able to move in so many different ways, you are often only limited by your imagination.

Ultimate Sandbag workouts that emphasize Flows can be simple or more complex. One of the big benefits is that they move in ways we simply don’t often see in the gym. That means we get to build up the muscles that help make us strong and injury resilient, the smaller muscles that most programs just flat out ignore.

So, how do Ultimate Sandbag workouts that focus on Flows differ than a Complex? Well, Complexes have been used for a long time for athletes especially during their off-season. The purpose of a Complex was to build better balance in the body because athletes would over train certain muscles and movements. Complexes built great foundational conditioning and mobility.

A Complex is usually a short series of reps of one movement followed by that of another. These too can be incredible Ultimate Sandbag workouts but have a very different feel to them.

Above is a rather simple Complex that focuses on DVRT foundations. It is still one heck of a form of Ultimate Sandbag workouts and allows a ton of work to be done in a short amount of time!

You should notice too how both Complexes and Flows allows you to create whole DVRT Ultimate Sandbag workouts with ONE Ultimate Sandbag. DVRT Master, Elizabeth Andrews, shows how creative you can become with Complexes and that a more complicated Complex isn’t necessarily better!

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These types of Ultimate Sandbag workouts make time an irrelevant issue and also allows you to insert your own personality and priorities to your training. That is why we made 20 Flows and Complexes part of our NEW MRT program HERE (save 30% with coupon code “newyear”) . They offer so many benefits and ways to keep you making progress in your training and more importantly help you make fitness part of your life!

 

 

 

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