- Resistance training
- Two-leg knee dominant exercises
- Single-leg knee dominant exercises
- Hip dominant leg exercises
- Hybrid focus leg exercises
- Upper body press
- Upper body pull
- Shoulder stability exercises
- Olympic lifts
- Chop and lift
- Core conditioning
The standing chest press exercises, especially the one-arm chest press exercises, strengthen the anterior oblique system. In the anterior oblique system the thigh adductors are coupled with oblique abdominal muscles through the adductor-abdominal fascia. This system rotates the pelvis forward during the swing phase, playing an important role in locomotion. The One-leg chest press and One-leg, one-arm chest press are single-leg balance exercises. These exercises strengthen the lateral system and improve single-leg balance and stability.
The staggered stance chest press is a beginner exercise to enhance upper body pressing strength, balance and core stability.
The staggered stance, one-arm chest press is a beginner upper body exercise. One-arm pressing places a higher demand on the core to maintain proper form.
The one-arm chest press with jab step enhances pressing strength and power, balance and core stability. It is suitable for all fitness levels.