One of the greatest benefits of training tools such as kettlebells, sandbags, bands, and bodyweight drills is that they can be done anywhere. This makes them very applicable for bootcamps, team training, and those that want to develop their athleticism by getting out of the gym.
Since most sports and activities in our daily lives are not in the perfect setting, such as a gym, going to the great outdoors provides training in a more realistic environment. For those looking to add some functional instability training, using sandpits is a far more practical and beneficial way of adding some form of instability. While the body must adapt to a somewhat unstable surface you develop very important feedback through the feet and can challenge ankle and hip stability.
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