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With all the fitness magazines, internet blogs, social media sharing, the world is so much more aware about real fitness training than maybe ever before.

That means people want REAL solutions to their training goals. Fitness needs to be efficient, powerful, challenging, fun, and something that leads us down the road of improving all aspects of our life.

DVRT Ultimate Sandbag™ Training is just THAT! This program brings this ancient tool into the 21st century. After all, sandbags are not new, but how we use them to reap incredible benefits in our fitness program is all new.

Wondering why in the world you would want to go down the road of DVRT Ultimate Sandbag Training when you already have your barbell, dumbbells, and maybe even kettlebells?

How about the fact that DVRT Ultimate Sandbag Training makes you strong in AND out of the gym!

You know you met that guy that seemed to have ridiculous strength although he never lifted a weight?

Later on you find out he grew up on the farm on did manual labor jobs for most of his life. Lifting odd objects, different angles and positions, and learning how to not just build mirror muscles, but real world muscle is why these guys are so fascinating.

Unless you are going to move to the farm, I recommend that you give DVRT Ultimate Sandbag Training some serious consideration. The shifting weight makes no two repetitions the same and forces the body to use more muscles than static weights like barbells and dumbbells. This is why strength coaches routinely think a 100 pound Ultimate Sandbag feels like a 200 pound barbell, easy.

The odd shape of the bag works your body harder than something nice and balanced like you find in most gyms. That means your workouts burn more calories and not only can make for a killer muscle building workout, but give you cardio like you never felt before.

Can you do that much with them though?

If you know how to use these sandbags, you can perform over 400 exercises. Not bad for a piece of equipment that takes up no space.

What the heck do you do with it?

An Ultimate Sandbag is not a barbell, dumbbell, or kettlebell.

We are going to hold it, move it, and use it in ways that are often very different than what you are used to and even for your standard gym lifts we are going to give it a whole new twist! Try this DVRT Ultimate Sandbag Training workout and see how just touching the tip of what is potential with this tremendous training method can do for your fitness.

Guys, don’t wimp out and use a 30 pound Ultimate Sandbag and tell me you don’t feel it. No, I want you to aim to use 80 or 100 pounds for this workout! Hey, that is nothing to what many of you might use in the gym every day, but this will feel VERY different!

Front Loaded Squat x 10-12 repetitions rest 45 seconds

This DVRT drill will take pressure off the knees and low back, but it will raise the challenge in the core and lower body!

sandbag training - front loaded squat

Clean and Press x 8-10 repetitions rest 45 seconds

Looking for one of the biggest “bang for your buck” exercises the clean and press is just that! Requiring strength, power, and skill, it will hit every muscle from head to toe!

sandbag training

sandbag training

Rotational Lunge x 10-12 per side rest 45 seconds

Think lunges are just for “firming and toning”? Guess again! The rotational lunge builds some serious strength through the hips and core.

sandbag training

sandbag training

Grip Rows x 8-10 rest 45 seconds

A strong grip is one of the secrets to big arms. Not only do grip rows build your strength, but your whole back side as well!

sandbag training

Shoulder Walks x 60 seconds rest 45 seconds

Carrying weight sounds too easy right? One of the great secrets to real world strength, try to carry the Ultimate Sandbag for 60 seconds without leaning and see how your whole body gets taxed!

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Perform this series for 4-6 rounds, one set of one exercise followed by a set of the next.

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