11 The Move Dou­ble Body­weight Dead­lift Ket­tle­bell Turk­ish Get-up The Move Hand­stand Press-up The Move Hang­ing Wind­screen Wiper

The Move 10 The point The dou­ble body­weight is the stan­dard ex­pected by lead­ing train­ing com­mu­nity Gym Jones. The plan To shift re­ally big num­bers, you’ve got to get your head in the game. Grip the bar, and in­stead of fo­cus­ing on pulling it off the ground

Men's Health (UK) - - Walking The Line -

The point Un­ad­dressed, dodgy bal­ance will ham­per your abil­ity when per­form­ing uni­lat­eral moves such as lunges, split-squats and sin­gle-arm rows. With the get-up, how­ever, your body is forced to work as one ef­fi­cient unit, pro­mot­ing bal­ance and boost­ing co­or­di­na­tion. In other words, you’ll strengthen your en­tire body – and look cool while you’re at it. The plan There’s a lot to learn, but fol­low­ing the ad­vice of Lewis- Carter can cer­tainly help: “A com­mon mis­take is that peo­ple roll onto their arm as they come up,” he says. “This pre­vents the load from work­ing your delts and core, as it should. Get around this by keep­ing your eyes fo­cused on the ket­tle­bell – and abs tight – through­out.”

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