Lateral Sandbag Drags are an excellent exercise for building stability in the core. They are also great for engaging the lats and shoulders during the dragging of the bag, so the exercise can have a direct carry over to a lot of other exercises like pull-ups and presses. Here is a breakdown of how to practice the drag.
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Like its kettlebell and steel club cousins, the sandbag swing is a ballistic hinging exercise that works the entire body. However, the sandbag swing works the core and grip strength to a much greater degree due to the instability and shifting weight of the bag. Here are three basic variations to mix in with your Kettlebell and club training.
The Sandbag Squat is a great tool that poses endless versatility and variety. Due to their constantly shifting load and awkwardness they build powerful strength from all different positions. Sandbags are also one of the more brutal training modalities out there and teach mental toughness in addition to physical toughness.
Sandbag training is one of the most overlooked unconventional training modalities. Here are 3 reasons why you need to be using this great strength tool.
Nothing challenges core stability like the Sandbag. This Upper Body Endurance Sandbag Workout will exhaust your core and challenge the stamina of your shoulders with a series of intense intervals.