With the launch of the new SandBell PRO, many people have asked what is different from the original SandBell Classic to the upgraded model. Hyperwear has listened to the needs of our customers and created this new model with you in mind. The SandBell PRO is more durable and has logos on both sides combined with new trimming to make it easy to see which weight you are using. We’ve designed the new SandBell PRO with textured super-neoprene great for outdoor training or high volume fitness spaces. We’ve also added a larger weight range, including both 60 and 70 pound options. In addition to cool upgrades you’ll still get the same great challenging full body training you have come to expect with the SandBell Classic.
Now that you know some background about the upgraded model, let’s look at the Top 3 exercises for the SandBell PRO. These moves are designed to challenge the entire body, from the feet all the way up. Each move focuses on different aspects of fitness, but when combined creates an excellent challenging full body workout sure to build strength, endurance and power.
Partner Shuffle to Pass with a Squat
One of the most enjoyable aspects in fitness is quality time with friends. The SandBell PRO is perfect for partner tosses, as the soft sand makes it easy to catch without putting stress on the wrists. To perform this exercise, start about 6 feet apart from your partner. Shuffle to a point five yards out, then toss the SandBell PRO to your partner. Both the thrower and catcher will squat and then shuffle back to where they started. Repeat 5-10 times per side.
Slam to Squat
This is the chance to see the durability of the SandBell PRO. This move is designed to increase conditioning by performing a full body explosive movement. Begin with the SandBell PRO at chest height and lift overhead. Then, using gravity and momentum to speed up throw the SandBell PRO as hard as you can into the ground. This exercise can be performed for 1 minute or for 6-15 reps.
Split Squat to Hop
Any good training program will include unilateral work. This basically means exercises that focus on one side of the body. The split squat will improve performance for sport as well as reduce injury risk. The added hop will create more explosiveness, challenging both the muscular and nervous system. Begin with one leg elevated and the other leg forward. Use the SandBell PRO for added resistance. Squat down two times and then add a small pop. Repeat 6 times per side. Note that you can change the height of the back leg to add more of a challenge to the move.
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