Josh Henskin (Sandbag Training Expert) demonstrates how to get ripped and strong using only a sandbag.
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Hi! I am Josh Henkin of Sandbag Fitness Systems and the UltimateSandbags.com and SandbagTrainingManual.com. So we are here now with our advanced routine. We are taking you to some pure workouts, some new exercises. This is where things gets serious and intense. People don't think you can get hardcore, you can't get strong with sandbags, you just haven't done these exercises and these routines yet. So to begin we are going to do a shoulder drill. We shoulder on right sides, punch forward with the opposing leg. We are adding lot of different forces of stimulus to the body now, awesome for really working those abs. Doesn't take long to get the heart rate up here. You can do 3-5 each side, for the sake of the video we are going to do three each side. So, pop up on my shoulder first, big step, you will find it's really hard to balance with the bag pulling on only one side of the body. Alright, normally we do both sides, but for the sake of video, we are going to get going with the fun stuff. Now we'll add some body weight. So we are going to do a squat thrust, we are going to rip the bag up into a modified snatch. You can grab the ends for snatches but for the sake of this drill you will grab the handles, modified because we are not going to come full lock over, we are going to do a really high pull. We do about 10 to 12 of these, I am just going to do 6, again so we can get through all the fun stuff. So grab on, kick, come over, power up, kick, over, power up. If that doesn't get some fat out your body nothing will. So this is no fake training, this is real stuff, real hard work, really effective. We also have three different sides, so don't think if you can use the same weight or size, that I am using. So the next we are going to do, its called Around the World. Its a chasing drill working on the entire core and hips. So grab on the bag and we will lead -- my opposite hand on my shoulder, spin the bag around my body. You see its challenge. Do the opposite side, you cannot move the hips. Cannot move the hips, there you go. You don't feel this nice, normally we have. So anybody wants to jump in, you can have fun right now. We are going to pull it up now, whole thing. So we put the bag on our shoulder, we will come to this side, press up, slide it underneath, drive up to a stand. And over here, yep I go back down, down, up again. Now you may think that's it, we are going to do some throws. Now we do the throws, keep in mind to do on grass or a nice mat, you want to keep the durability of your bag alive. So I am going to do -- this little bag over my shoulder as far as I can, run it down, throw it right back. Normally we use a smaller sandbag, little more distance so I really will show you how it's done. Get in position, throw, run to it, back, throw. I was doing it, I was getting my heart rate going, I work my abs, and a greater range of motion than anything else could. You can do this for time, or repetitions. Pure, three different size I give a whole gym, inside or outside so make sure to visit, the ultimatesandbags.com, my buddy and I will see you soon.

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