When people look at me with a confused look at our DVRT Ultimate Sandbag Training programs, I tell them, “break it down into its simplest parts!”
-How do you stand when you lift?
-Where the weight is in relationship to your body?
-What plane of motions are you using?
-How unstable of an Ultimate Sandbag are you training with?
In all honesty, I think it is WAY easier than trying to calculate percentages, or the million of other things that many programs will tell you is important. Why though? Why does this idea of DVRT Ultimate Sandbag Training work so well? Mostly because it is all based on how the human body moves. Instead of trying to make you an expert in the gym, we try to make you perform movements that would be more representative of what you do outside of the gym! After all, isn’t that the REAL goal?
Of course you might be thinking that I find using our DVRT Ultimate Sandbag Training principles to be easy, but I’m not the only one. Once you grasp the meaning of our system, you see how exciting, fun, and effective your functional fitness programs really become. A great example is this total body DVRT Ultimate Sandbag Training complex that Neil Roberts put together.
Instead of doing the same movement over and over again causing redundancy in our training (which causes overuse and stagnation in training), Neil simply used the simple DVRT Ultimate Sandbag Training concepts of body position and plane of motion to challenge his body in a far great extent in both strength, endurance, and movement.
If you want to see another way of hitting the whole body in minimal time try this DVRT Ultimate Sandbag Training complex. It is an oldie, but a REAL good one! Aim for 5 repetitions on the minute on one side. Rest for the remaining minute and do the same thing on the other side. See if you can go to 15 minutes! If you think it is too easy (which I doubt) but you don’t have a heavier Ultimate Sandbag (which why not?! You can save 25% with coupon code “holiday” HERE), aim for 7 reps every minute!
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