Exercising with the CanDo® Multi-Grip™ Exerciser

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The CanDo® Multi-Grip™ Exerciser is designed to provide unlimited exercise options to users who want to do various high-impact upper and lower body exercises. Each exerciser is comprised of both large and small grips that can be wrapped around hands and feet. To get started, below we’ve listed some exercises you can do with the CanDo® Multi-Grip™ Exerciser:

Arm and Leg Core Workout CanDo® Multi-Grip™ Exerciser - Arm and Leg Workout

To begin, place each foot into two of the large grips towards the middle of the exerciser. Leave one grip in between your feet. Place your hands into the last of the large grips on the ends of the exerciser. Go into hands and knees position with your arms directly below your shoulders and knees directly below your hips. Next, simultaneously lift one leg and the opposite arm while maintaining your balance. Extend the leg until your knee is straight and parallel to the floor while stabilizing the exerciser with your hands and opposite foot. Return to a neutral position and switch to do the opposite side. Try to do this full repetition 10 times for a maximum workout.

Front Squat CanDo® Multi-Grip™ Exerciser - Squat

Begin by placing each foot into large grips at either end of the exerciser. Next, feed each arm through the two center large grips, leaving one grip in between each hand. Next, fold and raise your arms to shoulder height and place feet hip width apart. Maintain your arms with elbows bent and hands crossed at shoulder level as you slowly squat until your thighs are parallel to the floor. Without leaning forward slowly return to a standing position maintaining a neutral back and neck alignment. Try to do this full repetition 10 times for a maximum workout.

The CanDo® Multi-Grip™ Exerciser is a great exercise tool that can used for a total body workout. If you think the CanDo® Multi-Grip™ Exerciser is right for you, please consult your doctor.

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Article written by William Graves.