1 – The reverse carriage train
Think of this as a standing and moving leg extension. You need a sled with straps.
Stand with the sledge about two meters in front of you and hold the handles with your arms at waist height. Assume a partial to mid squat position so that your thighs are at an angle of approximately 45 to 90 degrees to the floor.
Walk one leg after the other. Do not round off your upper back at any time. Keep your upper body and arms straight upright. Use a load that is neither light enough to walk with, nor heavy enough to tilt your body back 45 degrees. Find a load that you can move in a gentle, targeted manner.
1; The Plate Push
It's a quad-builder, a great conditioning method, and it's also perfect if you do not have a weight sled
Place a heavy plate on a towel so that it's on the Floor or a lawn slides. For a bigger challenge put a set of dumbbells on the weight plate. This will allow you to place your hands on top of the plate in a neutral push-up position.
Slide the plate over the ground by moving your legs and bringing your knees up to your chest. Push the plate quickly over the ground, 40 to 50 meters high and back.
Make sure you keep your elbows straight and your arms at an angle of about 45 degrees above your head. Take long strides and do not let your hips rise higher than your shoulders.
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