5 Ways to Perform Alternating Waves with Battle Ropes
To get the most out of each movement, you will need to understand all the ways to make that movement happen. Alternating waves is an incredible movement for cross-patterning, strength, endurance, and coordination, bringing brain health and body fitness improvements every time you train them.
Whether you are trying to go the distance with your alternating waves, or you just want to squeeze every drop of goodness and sweat out of your alternating waves training on the battle ropes...here are 5 ways to make this movement happen.
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Bi’s and Tri’s Alternating Waves
For those of you looking to put some pump in your arms, or you are looking to isolate your biceps and triceps with some great antagonist work, the bicep and tricep...
The Kettlebell Clean:
The Kettlebell Clean is a powerful exercise that has the potential to build a stronger body or trash your forearms if you’re not careful. There are many regressions that will help you understand the path the kettlebell takes and the timing required to avoid bruised arms. The two hand cheat curl clean is the easiest way to take that kettlebell on the journey from hanging to the rack position with as little momentum as possible. I used this with great success on new clients. The next regression came out of necessity and to fill a much needed step on the path to great cleans.
The Cheat Curl:
The cheat curl is great for learning the trajectory of the bell, but does nothing with hip speed or the timing of the pull. Once my client understands the pathway it’s time to kick it up a notch. Once you’ve tried this under complete control adding some speed will help add more parts to the movement, but too much speed can break you.
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