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Using a low pulley during your workout



October 02, 2009

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Gary T. Klugiewicz Klugie's Corner
with Gary T. Klugiewicz

Tip: Using a low pulley during your workout

In the 10th installment of the "Saving Gary" tactical tip series, police trainer James Di Naso explains some tips and tricks for incorporating a low pulley cable attachment to your normal workout, strengthening your arm and lower back muscles for safer pulling movements.

Using a Swiss ball
Strengthen your core
Increasing mobility and range of motion

The "Saving Gary" series was spearheaded by Police Performance Director James Di Naso and Lead Instructor Brian Marvin from Police Kinesiology Company. For more information, go to www.pkcotraining.com


 

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