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Sandbell Ladder

by | Jun 1, 2018 | Conditioning | 0 comments

We are continuing with our summer shred series, so get ready to get your heart rate up and burn some calories. This week we’re teaming up with Hyperwear Sandbell for a move that will shed some fat and burn calories.

All you are going to need for this move is a few Slastix, depending on the level of resistance you want for sprinting, a Universal Swivel Belt, Hyperwear Sandbell and something sturdy to anchor to. We used three Slastix and a 20 pound Sandbell, but find what works best for you. When you’re ready, let’s get sweating!

The Move

The move is a pretty simple 10 to 1 ladder. Start by clipping in your Slastix into the Swivel Belt, facing away from the anchor point. Step out into your training zone and sprint for 30 seconds. After the 30 seconds is up, grab a Sandbell and perform 10 slams. Then head right back into another 30 second sprint.
Every time you go back to slam, you’ll perform one less than the last round, until you finish with 1.

If you need a rest, make sure you take one. But since you are trying to burn as many calories as possible; try and make it through all 10 rounds of slams without resting if you can!

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