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We hope that you had just as much fun at the ABC Expo as we did! We can't wait to see you again next year! Did you get a chance to explore our NEW products while you were at the show?
Some of the newest training equipment falls into the hybrid category. The “Hybrids” are dynamic tools that provide a combination of one or more traditional pieces for a one-stop-shop when it comes to exercising.

Dynabell
One of our newest hybrids, the Dynabell, can take one-on-one or group training sessions to a new level. The Dynabell functions as a dumbbell, a kettlebell, and an ab roller. Similar to a barbell, its two weighted ends rotate independently of one another to make rotational movements more comfortable. Not sure what to do with a Dynabell? Try performing the Dynabell Halo and feel the difference.

Dynabell Halo
Hold the blue handles of the Dynabell
Begin to draw it in a circular pattern around your head
Do 10 reps in the clockwise direction and 10 reps in the counterclockwise direction
You will notice the difference right away in comparison to the Kettlebell Halo. The Dynabell rotates in your hands providing less strain on the wrists. Also, the wider handprint of this tool makes it easier to get it around your head without ducking down and sacrificing on form and execution.

Core Flyte
The Core Flyte is another hybrid that combines an ab roller and a gliding disc. Each disc is fitted with 3 ball transfer units (BTUs) that are designed to move on any surface - including those rubber gym floors! The BTUs provide a free range of motion to controlled movement exercises such as lunges, rollouts, and mountain clumbers. However, the user can also use the Core Flyte to create movement in the more traditionally stable exercises such as pushups and glute bridges.

Core Flyte Glute Bridge

  • Begin lying face up with your knees bent and one heel on each Core Flyte disc
  • Push through your heels to raise your hips as high as you can - starting position
  • Once your hips have reached the top of their range of motion, hold them steady as you straighten your left leg
  • Bring the left leg back to its starting position to stabilize the hips now as you straighten your right leg
  • Return the right leg to the starting position before lowering your hips to the ground
  • Repeat 10 times
  • For more of a challenge - do not lower your hips between left and right side repetitions
 
RMT Club
The RMT Club isn't just a hybrid - it is in a class all its own! It was designed for Rotational Movement Training to improved coordination of movement with the left and right sides of the body. Try the Shoulder to Shoulder Swing with the RMT Club to catch your non-dominate side up with your dominate side.

Shoulder to Shoulder Swing
  • Grip the club with your right hand on top of your left, keeping your hands about 3 inches apart
  • Keep your feet straight and begin with the club head on the back of your right shoulder
  • Swing club horizontally at chest height
  • Swing through, allowing the right foot to pivot as you stop the head of the club on the back of your left shoulder
  • Repeat 20 times
  • Switch your grip! Left hand on top of right (3" apart) and starting with the club head on the back of your left shoulder. This is crucial for non-dominate side training results.

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