Try This For Just 5 Minutes
Grip the Helium 6 with both palms facing down. Keep the chest high and back flat. Mimic a kayak motion by punching out with the upper arm while pulling in with the lower. Alternate this pattern and continue. The movement should be smooth and fluid.
The kayak exercise demands core stability, shoulder, upper back conditioning, aerobic capacity and coordination. Most individuals can do some variation of this movement. The kayak is also ideal for shoulder and rotator cuff health.
Experiment with different hand positions on the Helium 6 (shoulder width, narrow or wide). Once you become comfortable with the kayak movements, try the exercise in reverse! This will demand even more concentration, strength, and energy. As always, you can adjust weight & length as well for different fitness levels.