March 10, 2016

Stability Training: Reverse Lunges w/ MostFit SYN Rings


Stability training Reverse Lunge with MostFit Syn Rings

Gain Core Strength With this Exercise

Personal trainer Alicia Garrity demonstrates how to do alternating reverse lunges with the MostFit SYN Rings attached to an Olympic Bar.

The MostFit SYN Rings require the user to engage more core and stability muscles due to the instability created by the weight plates that move, swing and bounce in multiple directions. When an athlete is performing reverse lunges with the MostFit SYN Rings they will have to focus more acutely on bracing their core. They must pay especially close attention to engaging their adductors in order to avoid unwanted hip rotation. And the user will also be inclined to keep their chest lifted and shoulders packed down in order to maintain proper anterior/posterior balance. 

The MostFit SYN Rings are sold as a pair and each one can hold up to a 45-lb weight plate. If you want to add more weight to the bar, simply stack the bar with additional plates or add another pair of SYN Rings side by side to each other.

Consult a physician before performing this or any exercise program. You as the user are responsible independently for use of any fitness programs or equipment and assume the risks of any resulting injury.