Advantages using a Tsunami Bar:


Bar oscillates making stabilizing muscles much more active.
Can vary the force generated by the bar by the speed of
the movement.


How to perform the Walking Lunge with a Tsunami Bar:

 

Start with your feet shoulder width apart and the Tsunami Bar® across the back of your shoulders, slightly below the neck, and wrap your arms around the top of the bar. Press down to hold the bar against your shoulders. Step forward with one leg, flexing your knees to drop your hips. Descend in a controlled manner until your knee almost touches the ground. Make sure you remain upright with your chest up and your front knee doesn’t go over your toe. Ends of the bar bend down during the lunge which increases the resistance for enhanced muscle development particularly stabilizer muscles. Push through the heel of your lead foot and extend both knees to raise yourself back up. Step forward with your rear foot and repeat using the opposite leg. Increasing your speed will maximize your power development because your upward movement will occur while the weights at the ends of the bar are still moving down.

 

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