Welcome Slosh Pipe to the Party!

The slosh pipe. Most people when they hear it, have absolutely no clue what it is. What is the slosh pipe? The slosh pipe is a piece of PVC pipe cut to the same length as a standard barbell (7ft), and filled halfway with water.

By not only using a large diameter PVC, and filling it with water it creates an extreme challenge for something as simple as a shoulder press, lunge, or squat. This is not a staple to our programs, but it is used sporadically for developing core strength, shoulder stability, and just to introduce a different stimulus in our bootcamps.

Check out the video below as I go over some ways you can use a slosh pipe.

 

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About Spurling Training Systems

At Spurling Training Systems, our focus is on providing a superior athletic conditioning experience. The combination of expert training, time spent understanding your specific goals and customized program development is what makes Spurling Training Systems a unique and effective training experience for athletes of all ages, levels and abilities. Doug is the founder and owner of Spurling Training Systems. He graduated from University of New England with a Bachelor of Science in Applied Exercise Science. He has several years of experience as both a personal trainer for general fitness and a strength and conditioning coach for athletes. His certifications from the National Strength and Conditioning Association (NSCA) include Certified Strength and Conditioning Specialist (CSCS) and Certified Personal Trainer (CPT).
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