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6D SLIDING is the name of an innovative slide-training concept that allows you to train your muscles in all six directions of movement. Up, down, right, left, back and forth, plus all the rotations. It is about improving the body’s stability, balance, strength, endurance, technique and coordination.
The result is a training concept that is as effective and varied as it is inspiring and gentle. The physical benefits of slide training are undebatable. Your muscles are challenged both statically and dynamically, and your balance is increased.
The 6D SLIDING workout can be performed on any floor with a smooth surface. The exercises tighten and firm up the core muscles, that is your abdominal and lower back muscles. To get the best out of the exercises, keep your focus on both breathing and technique while you are doing them. You’ll soon get visible and tangible results.
A program typically takes between 20-30 minutes depending on how many exercises you want to do. We recommend a minimum of 6 exercises, phased over 2-3 sets with 10-15 repetitions.
You should do the exercises at least 2-3 times a week. Incorporate the exercises into your daily routines and tasks. You can also improve your results by including a slide-training workout with other exercises that you do.
You can perform the 6D slide-training at many different levels. You increase the level by using more sliders at the same time. Start out with a single slider and try more if you want to be challenged. 6D slide training uses your body weight to develop your strength. As you become more experienced with slide-training, you can use your imagination and incorporate other tools into your training. For example, you could challenge yourself with extra weights such as a body bar or dumbbells.
The exercises are simple and initially may seem quite easy. But you can increase the intensity with many exercise variations. Choose a slightly harder exercise or combination of exercises when you feel ready, so you continually increase your strength and endurance.