Ski Erg Tips

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With 10 new Ski Ergs at Derby City, there are many questions about how best to utilize them.

Coach Dex hits you with some tips. Make sure you initiate the pull by driving your hips back. Keep your core engaged as you drive, and let your arms finish the movement. Lastly, don’t forget to breathe!

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