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Übung: Im stehen diagonales Kabel ziehen

This core training exercise develops rotatary strength and is ideal for all athletes requiring rotational power and core stability.
If you're an ice hockey player, a ball player, golfer or an athlete in any other sport, you should include this exercise, and any of it's variations into your "Core" strength program.

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Primär trainierten Muskelgruppen: Latissimus Dorsi, Serratus Posterior Inferior, Longissimus Thoracis, Iliocostalis Thoracic Spinalis Thoracis, Erector Spinae, Obliques, and Abdomen.
Übungstechnik: The athlete begins this exercise by holding a cable with the hand of the side they are rotating to. For example if the athlete is pulling the cable to the right, they hold the cable in their right hand. The athlete's left hand then cups their right.
With both arms extended, and with the athlete's torso slightly rotated to the left, they pull with their right obliques and abdominals, and proceed by pulling the cable to the right by rotating through their core. The athlete attempts to rotate to the side as far as possible without flexing their right elbow or rolling their right wrist.
The athlete returns to the starting position slowly, by resisting the pull of the weight plates, and continuing to hold a neutral core posture.
The athlete should attempt to maintain slight flexion in both their knees and hips, and prevent any side to side rotation of their hips during any phase of the repetition.
Optionen zur Übung Progression: An athlete can progress or modify the difficulty of this exercise by increasing the weight pulled, increasing the speed of the movement, or by changing the repetition and set ratios, and decreasing the duration of recovery between sets and reps.
The cable can be positioned either at a height perpendicular to the athlete's shoulder, or at a height either above or below the athlete's shoulder.  The difference in height, will determine the angle of rotation.

Übung Varianten:

Im einseitgen Knien diagonales Kabel ziehen
Auf dem BOSU-Ball stehend diagonales Kabel ziehen

 
 

                          
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