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“It builds lean muscle instead of unwanted bulk, which can be unhelpful and unproductive in many sports; it galvanises your joints against injury; and it creates a functional fitness that will help you in whatever activity you do.” The Big Short, the film adaptation of Michael Lewis' book of the same name about the causes of the financial crisis, opens in UK cinemas this weekend.
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Consisting of two heavy-duty straps, with a range of hand grips, foot cradles and attachments, it looks like something you might use to tether suitcases to the roof of your car, or to walk a particularly excitable and brawny dog.
Despite this deceptively simple appearance, suspension training allows athletes to perform 300-400 different exercises using a single piece of kit.
And an athlete’s ability to constantly alter their foot and hand positions during suspension training, instead of being locked into machines with limited planes of motion, more closely mimics the endless variations of movement and rapid changes of direction needed on the pitch.
“Football is a multi-directional sport with the majority of movements starting and ending with different foot positions,” explains ex-footballer, and Men’s Health Personal Trainer of the Year, Ben Camara.
It works by attaching the straps to a gym frame, a wall anchor or a door frame, enabling athletes to use their own bodyweight as a training aid to develop lean muscle, better balance, more fluid movement patterns and a multifaceted style of fitness which is ideally suited to the high-octane demands of Premier League football.