Primary: Chest, Shoulders, Arms, Abs (pectoral, deltoid, triceps/biceps brachii, abdominis) Secondary: Legs, Calves (quadriceps, gastrocnemius)

For this exercise, a good sense of balance and good body tension is immensely important. It will mainly train the pectoral muscle of the side of the elongated arm. A change in the inclination angle causes large changes in load.

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Sling Training Armübung

Starting Position
The arms are almost straight and palms facing
forward and downward. The legs are hip-width
apart. The body is stretched and under tension.
The upper body is inclined slightly forwards.

Final Position
One arm is stretched out in front of the body
and faces forward and downward. The other
arm is laterally held out stiffl y from the body
and forms a right angle with the body. The
palm is facing forwards.

Movement 1.

From the initial position, an arm will be slowly and controlled extended to the side. With the
other arm, a balancing force is generated in order to maintain the balance.

Movement 2.

With the help of the chest muscles, the stretched arm is brought back in front of the body.

Maintain the body tension during the entire movement. The higher the angle you choose,
the more intense the exercise is due to the unstable state of VarioSling Rotate.