The Axis Buoy has been out in the world for quite some time now, but we’re still finding new ways to use it!
Most recently, we’ve been using the Axis Buoy at the ankles and legs within the same set. We like this method because it prevents lulls in distance or endurance training. Particularly during pull sessions, it’s quite common to slip into a cruise control – which is why most of us like to pull so much!
We’ve found that switching the Axis Buoy from ankles to legs within longer pull sets calls for more muscle engagement and mental focus on the set at hand. If that’s what you’re looking to do for yourself of your team this week, this set is for you!
Try this set with the Axis Buoy and some hand paddles:
3 x 50 Pull with Paddles and Axis Buoy @ Ankles
2 x 150 Pull with Paddles and Axis Buoy @ Ankles
1 x 300 Pull with Paddles and Axis Buoy @ Ankles or Legs (choice)
2 x 150 Pull with Paddles and Axis Buoy @ Legs
3 x 50 Pull with Paddles and Axis Buoy @ Legs
Total: 1200 yards/meters