Training /w Maxgrips

Training /w Maxgrips

The Maxgrips offer an extremely wide array of possible exercises, using your body weight while hanging or standing on the ground!

 

Roll Out

This is an intermediate to advanced exercise. You can adjust the difficulty by moving your feet position forward or backward, or by adjusting the grips height.


Difficulty: Intermediate to advanced

 

Back Row

This is a beginner to intermediate exercise. You can adjust the difficulty by moving your feet position forward or backward, or by adjusting the grips height.

Difficulty: Beginner to intermediate

Type Writers

This is an advanced exercise. Keep your shoulder activated, and keep your feet together.

Difficulty: Advanced

 

Leg Raises

This is a beginner to intermediate exercise. Keep your shoulder activated, and don’t arch your back.

Difficulty: Beginner to intermediate

 

Press Ups

This is a beginner to intermediate exercise. Keep your body straight and tighten your abs.


Difficulty: Beginner to intermediate

 

Front Lever - Bent Knee

This is an intermediate to advanced exercise. Start vertical, and lower till horizontal. Don’t arch your back.

Difficulty: Intermediate to advanced

 

Back Row - One Leg

This is an intermediate exercise. Don’t bend your shoulders or torso. Switch lifted leg.

Difficulty: Intermediate

 

Pull Ups

This is a beginner to intermediate exercise. Keep your shoulder active, and keep elbows close to your body.

Difficulty: Beginner to Intermediate

Dips

This is a beginner to intermediate exercise. Keep your wrists straight, and keep your elbows close to your body.

Difficulty: Beginner to Intermediate

Front Lever

This is an advanced exercise. Don’t arch your back, and try not to swing.

Difficulty: Advanced

Roll out - One Arm

This is an advanced exercise. Don’t arch your back, and try not to swing.

Difficulty: Intermediate to Advanced