Video: Band Resisted Anti-Rotation Press

Core stability should be one of the main focuses of everyone’s programs. You have most likely already seen Palloff presses, rollouts, landmines, ect. But what if you don’t have a cable station or just want something a bit more challenging? Here is something I partly stole from Mike Boyle when he was talking on the Strength Coach Podcast. All you need is a band and a sturdy pole.


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7 Responses

  1. Tom Boziuk says:

    Kevin – I love these. I actually use a band around a doorknob (you pull the door shut from the other side with the band to keep everything in place), which works well when I’m at home. It’s a staple of my “can’t make it to the gym” workout I use in emergencies.

    PS, looks like your post-CP training career is going great! I’m glad to see it.

  2. Craig says:

    Where do you get the kneeling pad from?

  3. Craig-

    It is an airex pad from perform better

  4. Alex says:

    I’ll definitely try these – I use my home gym a LOT these days.

    What’s the full quote on the wall behind you? And, for Pete’s sake, put some Tool on or something 😉

    (And you are looking good, K!)

  5. Todd says:

    I like this exercise too but i use the cable machine.

  6. Ketan says:

    Loved Evanescence in the background.

  7. jason says:

    Did you do these in a progression? The split stance does look the most difficult. I do currently do these but without the arm action, I just hold the arms out straight, is there any added benefit to adding in the arm action?