The busier and more hectic my own life becomes with an increasing number of commitments, I feel like I am able to better relate to so many challenges the majority of non-fitness professionals face. It is always a balance not of just time, but energy, motivation, goals, etc. I still have the advantage over many where I genuinely enjoy the challenges and many of the attributes of training for fitness. What I do realize though is that fitness needs to be able to fit into anyone’s life. Now I try to spend more and more time showing people how DVRT Ultimate Sandbag Training can deliver great results in a short amount of time.
That means making fitness fit into people’s lives not making it ALL of their lives.
Some might believe DVRT Ultimate Sandbag Training is very powerful, but c’mon, training with any one implement for some time must get boring! That is the difference of understanding the DVRT Ultimate Sandbag Training system versus just using a sandbag. I would agree, “sandbag training” as most people see it and others promote it does get boring. Do some clean and presses, go run around the block, or do some squats and pull-ups. Accessible? Yes, long-term motivation and fun, not really.
DVRT offers so many ways to not just create variety, but purpose in training with minimal equipment, time, and space.
The reason that we have people either using only DVRT Ultimate Sandbag Training or using it for the great majority of their training is that the see how slight variances of DVRT Ultimate Sandbag Training drills can keep you motivated, have fun, but still remain focused and working towards your fitness goal.
Today I wanted to share with you an important concept that I learned first from Pavel Tsastouline. Pavel is best known for bringing kettlebells back to the modern fitness landscape. One of his most valuable teachings to me was the concept of “same but different”, you could vary a small attribute of a drill or program and create some profound changes. DVRT Ultimate Sandbag Training is strongly rooted in this idea as we look how to change holding position of the Ultimate Sandbag, how we stand, how fast we move, how long we rest, etc.
Using this concept of “same but different”, I wanted to show you how you could weave it into a powerful DVRT Ultimate Sandbag Training workout. One of my favorite and I find powerful DVRT Ultimate Sandbag Training drills is the Clean and Press. It is a DVRT Ultimate Sandbag Training drill that is appropriate for beginners and can challenge and advanced trainee. You can perform our DVRT Ultimate Sandbag Training Clean and Press many different ways and as such can make a singular Ultimate Sandbag incredibly valuable and effective.
Going up by five pounds is not possible with really any piece of equipment, but barbells. You already know that I feel barbells are quite limiting and the reason for their use can be achieved a host of other ways, including DVRT Ultimate Sandbag Training. So, most other implements need to think better than just going heavier. Once you do so you will see yourself open up a whole new world of fitness being possible.
One of the key DVRT Ultimate Sandbag Training principles we can use in this case is that of changing stability. Most fitness professionals training stability is important in both health, injury prevention, and getting stronger. Stability refers both to strengthening the smaller muscles of our joints as well as teaching the muscles of the body to work more efficiently together.
Unfortunately, many feel conflicted that the way they see the use of instability training as using very low loads, that doesn’t have to be the case in the DVRT Ultimate Sandbag Training. Because in DVRT Ultimate Sandbag Training we can change how we hold the USB, stand while lifting the USB, the stability or instability of the USB itself, and plane of motion, we have a host of options in how we can use instability in DVRT Ultimate Sandbag Training.
That is the whole point of today’s workout. I broke down the Clean and Press into specific DVRT Ultimate Sandbag Training Cleans and individual Presses. Where these exercises are often combined we can break them up to have a pretty awesome full body workout. Instead of changing the weight through this DVRT Ultimate Sandbag Training workout, we are going to work from the most complex and unstable variation of each of these exercises to the most stable. Which actually makes sense, when we train in the gym we often start with the heaviest weight and use lighter weights as we fatigue. The same holds true for DVRT Ultimate Sandbag Training, but we have far more options we can change to keep our body progressing and training a lot more fun.
You may want to try to have a very moderate weight for this DVRT Ultimate Sandbag Training workout. I would base the weight of your USB upon the most difficult DVRT Ultimate Sandbag Training exercise (the first one) and as you get tired you will be grateful you didn’t become too ambitious! Enjoy this DVRT Ultimate Sandbag Training workout and see how you can keep making incredible progress without so much wasted equipment, time, and energy!
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