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Published on Jan 25, 2010
Benefits: This exercise provide a rhythmical way to load the posterior chain of muscles A great exercise to train the anti-gravity muscles
Pre-requisites: Ensure that you have good mobility through the ankle and hip structures Ensure that you do NOT have any limitations in the spine (i.e. limited mobility and/or pain)
Preparation: Use the grip shown Make sure that the feet are a comfortable width apart as the movement will require a thread through the legs Maintain a tall or straight spine throughout the movement
Movement: Begin with the ViPR at chest height and rotate the ViPR a quarter turn Thread the ViPR through the legs as you begin your squat (maintain a tall spine) Return to standing, rotate the ViPR a half turn (as shown) and repeat the action