- Face ends of two anchored heavy ropes extended side by side.
Grasp rope end in each hand. Stand with feet wide apart and knees
and hips bent. Lean back slightly and raise ropes up to initiate
- Whip ropes downward and upward repetitively.
- Rapid movement requires very short, and in some cases, barely
discernible movement. Most notable range of motion occurs through
shoulder girdle elevation and depression, although many other
articulations are required.
- Early training and warmup bouts may involve slower motion
with possibly greater range of motion. Longer and slower waves
may utilize greater range of motion, particularly through hips
- Scapula & Clavicle
- Spine (Thoracic, Lumbar)