Author: David Weck
David Weck here, teaching you another WeckMethod coiling core exercise with the RMT Club (Pulse Lunges) to maximize rotational power and be the best athlete you can be. It's also highly metabolic so you look better too. You'll look like an athlete.
Now, the key to this exercise is the shifting weight inside the Club and the specific technique in which we do it. We set it up with the WeckMethod Lunge. That's balanced on the balls of the feet. Spine and shins are the same angle. It creates that balance in the body that harnesses 'here', it's not dominant 'here', it's 'here', through the ball of the foot because the spine and shin angle are the same [Balance Training].
I take the Club, I put a split grip in it, and I start right 'here.' Now, I'm going to take the Club and drive it back. So my shoulder is driving down and back, I pulse my weight down, and I drive my hip up and forward. So I'm creating this coiling rotation. Down and back, up and forward. 'This' stays in the same spot as the shoulder and the hip go opposite.
Take it, I'm going to do it at full speed. I'm 'here.' Got 'that' engaged. I'm 'here', through ball of the foot, head is right over the foot, and it's 'here,' 'here', 'here', boom, pulse, pulse, pulse, pulse, pulse, pulse, drive it, wooh. Gets the heart rate up big time. And when you're done with that movement, again you have that power to coil the body, coil the body. Helps you run faster, helps you throw faster, anything athletically based when rotation is the key, which is virtually every athletic endeavor, makes you more powerful.
That's how we use the RMT Club to create high intensity exercise that makes you fundamentally more athletic.