Standing Ab Wheel Rollout Tutorial

Since posting the original ramp rollout video, I’ve received several follow up questions that I hope to clarify through the tutorial below.

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12 comments:

  1. I always love Ross’s video. Ross how about a power video of you doing some of those heavy dips,deadlifting and heavy dumbell work. I amazes me of your power that you have for your size and that you don’t train for that completly. I think power guys should look more into your methods.

    John

  2. Awesome video!
    I am utterly amazed how easily you are able to do standing rollouts. Its insane. I still can’t do a full one and I see you do them weighted with one hand! Are you human?

    I find one arm chins easier than standing wheel rollouts and I always thought my abs were strong. I guess I’m gonna have to start training these like you demonstrated in the video.

  3. Wow, those “decline?” ramp roll outs look grueling. I may have to use this to take my core strength to the next level. Well done for the DIY on the fitness hardware.

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  5. Ross – How many roll-outs from the knees would one need to be able to do before starting the standing roll-out progression on the ramp?

    1. Kneeling to rolling is a huge difference, but I’d say that you should at least be VERY comfortable performing 15 to 20 kneeling rollouts without too much trouble.

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