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Battle Ropes Bilateral Waves/Slams

Video Author: Ron Snarr
Published on: 12.02.2019
Associated with: Strength & Conditioning Journal. 41(6):115-121, December 2019

This video demonstrates the proper performance of the battle ropes bilateral waves/ slams.

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The eccentric overload would be accomplished by using the opposite arm to assist with the concentric phase followed by a slow eccentric return to the initial position



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This video demonstrates the proper performance of the battle ropes bilateral waves/ slams.
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Duration: 0:03
This video demonstrates the proper performance of the battle ropes alternating waves.
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