Utilizing the sled for both strength work and conditioning

The sled is very simple to use and provides many variations that can build up strength in the upper and lower body. Here are 10 sled movements/ variations that you can use for conditioning or as accessory work. We cover the basic sled drag, reverse drag, push-pull, squat pulls, single arm squat pull, isolation push to maximize strength in the upper body, belted sled drag to release hands and to focus on glute/hamstring work, belted bear crawl and belted sled sprints. These are just a few variations that will help you keep training fun and challenging. Also special thanks to Top NPC Bikini Competitor Raquel Perez for demonstrating the many variations of the sled.



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