Bottoms Up!

YES! I just doubled the amount of KB exercises I can do by just turning it upside down. I forgot about these exercises until I went to the Perform Better Seminar and listened to Gray Cook. He likes the bottoms-up postion b/c it engages the posterior chain (hams, butt, back) and is a self-limiting exercise for the shoulder. Meaning, if you can’t hold it in a bottoms-up position, you probably can’t press it and can’t hurt your weak shoulder. Besides the exercises below you can do farmers walks, waiters walks, cleans, swing cleans and turkish get-ups as well as anything else you can think of. These are what I can “thinking” exercises, since it is so neurological taxing! If you think it’s easy try it and don’t BANG YOUR WRIST. 

Bottoms-up Ajay



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About MaxOut Performance Fitness
Sergio Maldonado is a Sports Performance and Fitness Coach in the San Francisco Bay Area. He strives to be the best at what he does through training, professional development courses, and practice. The purpose of this blog is to get out some of the knowledge that he obtains to better help others in their pursuits towards fitness and a better life.

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