Sling training (also called suspension training) is a full-body training method with the help of rope and sling systems. It works with your own body weight as a training resistance. 💪🏻
The origin of this suspension training is due to Rendy Hetrick, an elite soldier of the US Navy Seals. Due to lack of training opportunities, he tied straps to tanks and thus developed the first exercises. There are now around 300 different exercises, which on the one hand offer a great variety and on the other hand can be executed in a small space. 👍🏻
The strengthening exercises are carried out with your own body weight and on the principle of instability. Whole movements can be simulated. Through the aspect, muscular coordination should be promoted in addition to the strengthening of the muscles. The effect of this desired instability can be increased after a certain acclimation phase by the addition of a pulley. ✌️🏻
With the Sling Trainer mainly the strength endurance is trained. In particular, the low-lying, close to the joints, small muscles should be addressed. The resistance can be changed through the variable angle of the body in the floor. By a carabiner in a hook on the ceiling, attached to a pole, on a trim paths, training is quickly possible everywhere. Many exercises require a high basic and torso stability. 👊🏻
Distinguishing features of different brands: 👈🏻
• belt or rope
• With or without roll
• load capacity
• foot straps
• Material and workmanship
Popular brands: 👍🏻
Personally, I chose the TRX Training - Pro 3 Suspension Training Kit because it has three different anchor options and is therefore very flexible. ✌️🏻
Level: Beginner - Pro
Difficulty: Light - Heavy
Category: Full Body (coordination, strength, endurance and balance)
Equipment: Sling Trainer
Recommend Sets: Exercise dependent
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Arrived safe and sound to @lifefestival - Catch y’all on the flip. Peace and Love. Stay safe.
22 hours ago
HOW TO SEE RESULTS ➡️ Helloo it’s been so long since I last posted (like almost 3 months to be exact), anyways I wanted to come on here and address a question I’ve been getting in my DM’s quite a lot recently.
A few people have messaged me lately asking for tips, advice and exercises to see “better progress”. Usually, I proceed to ask what your current program looks like (ie. what exercises are you doing, how CONSISTENT are you and how long have you been consistent for). More often than not, most people have replied telling me they’ve only been consistent for 2-3 weeks.
Guys, i hate to burst your bubble and I am so PROUD of you for being consistent for 2-3 weeks if you’ve never exercised before but it also needs to be understood that real results take TIME. You just need to keep going!
Ive been training for 2 years straight, cONSISTENTLY, and quite honestly im sTILL no where near where I want to be at all.
If you look at the people with the most well built physiques (in my opinion), most of them have been training for more than 5 YEARS okay. FIVE. 2-3 weeks is like a minuscule fraction of that, you cannot expect your results to come so quick (especially if you want them to also be sustainable, and i do not promote quick fixes)
If your exercise routine consists of compound lifts, you are progressively overloading (ie. getting stronger), and STAYING CONSISTENT then you’re doing nothing wrong.
You don’t need more advice, tips or new fancy exercises/workouts to try.
Take it easy, learn to SHOW UP every week even if u dont feel like it and feel like results are too slow
You can have the most detailed and planned out training and nutrition plan but if you aren’t working hard, being patient or consistent, then it doesn’t really matter how great your plan is!
Take away from this post - stop looking for the new fancy life changing exercise, diet, tip, routine etc and shift your mindset to focusing to these 3 things:
1. Work hard
2. Be consistent
3. Be patient!!!
Zur Feier des Tages gibt’s heute mal wieder ein aktuelles Formupdate von mir 🙊😇
Aber Spaß beiseite, ich bin momentan einfach Mega zufrieden 🙏🏼😍 nicht nur mit meiner Figur sondern auch einfach generell mit meinem Ernährungs- und Traingsverhalten 😊
Ich mache mir grade einfach nicht so viel Stress und mache das worauf ich lustig bin 😎
Zum Beispiel Inlineskaten bei dem tollen Wetter 😍☀️
Und morgen gehe ich jetzt auch endlich aufs Holifestival 🥳🎉 und ich werde sogar das erste mal dieses Jahr was trinken 🙊🥂🍾
Für mich ist Alkohol inzwischen wirklich etwas besonderes, weil ich nur noch so selten trinke 😇
Wie ist das bei euch? Trinkt ihr überhaupt Alkohol bzw wie oft? 🙊😎
19 hours ago
GB, Speed, Transition, 🍎
Run and Gun!
All of them dead lifts, pulls, and rows are finally starting to show themselves now that I am eating clean for most of my meals! I can't wait to see what I look like when I get totally shredded!