Primary: Chest, Back, Arms, Legs, Abs (pectoralis, latissimus, triceps brachii, abdominis,
quadriceps, iliopsoas)
Secondary: Back (erector spinae)

The rollout is an ideal exercise for the entire abdominal and the body tension muscles.
A higher inclination angle of the body and the increasing distance of the arms increase the intensity.

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Sling Training Armübung

Starting Position
The body is leaning forward. The arms are
slightly bent forming a right angles to the
torso. The palms are facing down. The feet are
placed hip-width apart.

Final Position
One arm is stretched in the extension of the
body to a maximum of 180°. The other arm
remains slightly bent and facing forwards and
downwards. The abdomen is tense and the
weight is placed on the balls of the feet.

Movement 1.

One arm is stretched forward and is guided to the top. Legs, torso and arms form a line. The
movement is executed only so far that the body does not sag.

Movement 2.

The arm is stretched back guided to the front of the body. The tension in the abdomen is held
and the upper body is upright.

Start with a low inclination angle, to get used to the stress! Make sure you do not overstretch
your shoulder joints.