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Target Muscles: Thighs (Quads), Buttocks (Glutes) and Arms (Biceps).
Begin by standing, feet hip width apart, and your ViPR held down at arms length front of you, as shown.
Step backwards placing your rear foot in-line behind the other, and bend your knees into a curtsy. As you do this, bend your elbows and raise the ViPR to your chest. Then, as you rise, returning to the standing position, lower the ViPR back down.
Repetitions: 10-20 (alternating feet)
This exercise uses an interesting piece of equipment called ViPR (Vitality, Performance and Re-conditioning) which is designed to be used in a variety of ways for adding resistance to whole-body functional exercises. This specific exercise is performed rhythmically, and is a multi-joint exercise.