What a mouthful, but it will do until someone comes up with a better name. It does however describe this get up nicely.
Part 4 of the Get Up series looks at the quirky Side Bent Sit Get Up. Whereas the last part looked at the very bilateral / straight up and down Prone Get Up, the Side Bent Sit Get Up builds in rotation, balance and coordination yet, still with a wonderful component of flow and relaxation. I guess that comes with practice though.
This roll differs from the Strength and Prone get up in that it commences with a roll into position to undertake the actual getting up. This adds some momentum and can therefor add this get up into the category of movements that prepare us for fall recovery. If you’re going to lose balance and fall backwards onto your butt, at least know how to get up with flare and style.
Here’s the video.
The best way to learn this style of get up is to practice. In the video I have built in steps to practice to best prepare for the full get up.
Got any feedback? Maybe you’d like me to appraise your Get Up? I’d love to help any way I can.