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Core Training With Hill Rollouts – By Ross Enamait

In previous videos, I have demonstrated how a ramp can be used to increase or decrease the difficulty of a standing rollout. For example, rolling up a ramp is one of the fastest ways to progress from kneeling to standing. Conversely, rolling down a ramp is ideal to increase the difficulty for those who are already proficient with standing rollouts. Not everyone has access to a ramp however. If you find yourself in that position, try to find a moderately sloped hill and you can accomplish the same thing.

Below is a brief example.

In summary, if you can find a hill, you have an ideal place to either increase or decrease the difficulty of an excellent core training exercise.

Also see: Standing Rollout Variations


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2 Comments so far

  1. Milton June 18th, 2014 1:51 pm

    This works nice especially if you have acces to varying degrees of incline.

  2. JR June 18th, 2014 9:00 pm

    I read in one if your books about how you knew of immigrant businessmen who lived to America and after a few yeas if hard work were millionaires- could you post an entry sometime about businessmen like that? You had an awesome knack for motivating and encouraging- you feel like an older wiser brother to me as its hard to beat a big hearted Italian- your love for us all and life shines through. All the best my friend.

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