- Resistance training
Rowing exercises are the opposing movement pattern of the bench press, push-up and their variations. More advanced rowing exercises also strengthen the posterior core, the posterior oblique sling and the deep longitudinal sling. The posterior oblique sling and the deep longitudinal sling dynamically stabilise the sacro-iliac joint and transfer forces from the ground to the upper body.
Rowing exercises develop upper body pulling strength. This group consists of exercises that pull from different angles and use different equipment. More advanced rowing exercises also strengthen the posterior core.
Cable rowing exercises enhance upper body pulling strength, balance and core stability. Staggered stance exercises allow more weight to be lifted, placing more tension on the core and upper body muscles. One-leg stance exercises emphasize single-leg stability and balance.
Squat & pull exercises are compound exercises that combine the squat with a horizontal pull, to develop total body strength and power. A high demand is placed on the core to stabilise the movement and transfer the power generated by the lower body to the upper body.