The videos demonstrate how to do the exercises harder/easier by:

  • Adjusting rope lengths
  • Altering your position according to suspension point
  • Moving strap/sling up/down on leg or foot
  • Exercising done on one or two feet/arms
  • Using a Redcord Balance for instability
  • Making exercise hard enough, you should not manage more than five to seven repetitions

Supine Knee Flexion

Lie on your back with your heels in the wide/narrow sling or one heel in each strap. Tighten your abdominals and lift your hips into a straight body position by pressing your heels down. Pull your heels toward your buttocks without dropping your hips. Return to starting position

Prone Knee Extension

Lie on your stomach with your ankles in the straps and your knees in 90 degrees flexion. Support your upper body on your forearms. Tighten your abdominals and bring your body into a plank position by extending your knees. Return to the starting position by slowly flexing your knees

Side-Lying Hip Adduction

Lie on your side with your legs in a wide/narrow sling. Tighten your abdominals and lift your hip by pressing the legs down, at the same time lift lower leg. Avoid flexing your hip. Return to the starting position. The exercise can also be performed with the upper body supported on your forearm

Standing Lunge (Front Leg in Sling)

Stand under Redcord Trainer/AXIS/Mini with one foot in a wide sling or strap. Tighten your abdominals. Flex knee in sling until thigh is horizontal. Keep back straight and make sure front knee is pointing forward

Side-Lying Hip Abduction>

Lie on side with wide sling. Support the upper body on your forearm. Tighten your abdominals and lift your hip until your body is straight. Avoid flexing your hip. Return to the starting position. The exercise can also be performed on a straight arm

Prone Hip Flexion

Lie on your stomach with your legs in a narrow/wide sling. Support your upper body on your forearms. Tighten your abdominals and bring your body into a plank position. Pull your knees toward your chest by flexing your legs. Avoid moving your upper body forward