What’s Behind the Jetti 9

What’s Behind the Jetti 9

Put a pair of Jetti Poles in your hands and the changes to your walk are instant. Better posture, faster strides, added stability and activation of your entire body. And when you add the Jetti 9, you’ll discover how to elevate an ordinary walk into a full-body workout that you can take anywhere. 

The Jetti 9 are nine building block movements that address every major muscle group. They provide everything you need to warm your body up and then work your arms, your back, your chest, your core, your legs, your glutes … and cool it back down again. 

Nine simple, fundamental movements that can be incorporated into your walking practice to truly transform an ordinary walk into a full-body workout anywhere you want to take it.

Yep, Jetti Poles are kinda like your favorite multi-tool, but without all the sharp edges.

We introduce to you the Jetti 9:

  1. Breaststroke. This movement targets your shoulders, chest and back—and you don’t even need to squeeze into a swimsuit to do it. Pressing lightly on the tops of your Jetti Poles, you’ll flow through big circle patterns, both forwards and backwards, as if you were swimming, but without having to hold your breath. See it in action here.
  2. Leg Swings. Focused on the hip flexors, glutes, abductors, adductors and core (yeah, this simple move covers a lot!), leg swings let you direct your attention to balance and stability all while activating those muscles. And you’ll be ready next time your favorite kiddo invites you to join her to kick a soccer ball around the backyard. Watch it done here.
  3. Butt Kicks. Fire up those legs with this movement designed to kick your hamstrings, quads, glutes and hip flexors into action. You’ll find your heart pumping as you break into this powerful lower body movement. Here’s how to do it.
  4. Lawn Mower. No grass required and we promise it will be easier to get started. This combination exercise is great for your upper and lower back, core, glutes, hamstrings, lats, triceps and shoulders. You’re sure to get that just-mowed lawn satisfaction in no time! Take a peek here.
  5. Jetti Squats. Being able to hold a squat is a skill that comes in quite handy, especially if you have to visit the bathroom in a public place. (Catch our drift?) Working your quads, glutes and hip flexors, you’ll use your Jetti Poles to practice this move to help you hold your squats for the time it takes to find relief. How’s it done? Look here!
  6. Carry the Tray / Serve the Appies. You’ll be the hostess with the mostess after this move. Firing up your biceps, back and chest, it doesn’t take much to get your muscles talking as you maintain isometric holds and extensions. Pigs in a blanket, anyone? Check this move out here.
  7. Lunges. Whether you’re walking or stationary, lunging with your Jetti Poles will work your quads, glutes, hamstrings and calves, all while giving you the stability you need to find your balance. Consider yourself prepared the next time you have to lunge to beat out your kid for the remote control. Take a look here.
  8. Jetti Jack. Glutes! Quads! Hip Flexors! Calves! Oh my! You may not be bringing your arms overhead while you jump this one out, but you’ll certainly be getting that cardio burst while giving your legs—from top (er, bottom?) to bottom—a good workout! Before you know it, you’ll be bringing those arms into the move for even more power. Give it a watch here.
  9. Kickline. Look out, Radio City Music Hall, there’s a new showgirl in town! This move is as fun as it sounds, making it hard to believe you’re working your hamstrings, core, glutes and hip flexor muscles. You’ll be able to level up your dancing skills all while getting in great heart-pumping cardio and improving your flexibility. See it here.

Each of these moves is the foundation to taking your Jetti Fitness to the next level, but it doesn’t end there. You’ll be able to practice variations to keep adding on as your fitness level increases. This, my friends, is just the start of your #JettiJourney.

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