This is an amazing & relatively complicated exercise that targets the abdominal, obliques, & all the muscles of the upper torso and shoulders. Firstly, it may take you a few try to acquire the hang of this exercise, but speed learning and system gains will come rapidly! Following a few workouts, you will feel a visible difference in your climbing-specific core strength and maybe you will come to agree with me that this is your new preferred core exercise!
Start hanging palms away from a pull-up bar, and next lift your legs rising til your back is nearly parallel to the earth and your mid-shins are close to the level of the bar.
Now lower your legs to one part and at once return to the top position. Now lower your legs to the another side. This side-to-side movement is similar to windshield wipers tracking from 9 o’clock to 3 o’clock and back once more.
Carry on for six to twelve repetition, trying to preserve a flat back position that’s approximately parallel to the land throughout.Perform 2 or 3 sets with 3 minutes rest in between.
Tip: It supports to bend your arms a little bit and consider about bending the bar by your hands during the entire exercise. This will better energetic your rotator cuff and scapular stabilizers, make the exercise a bit easier and less stressful on the shoulders.