The MostFit Syn Rings take barbell workouts to a whole new level. At home, in a garage gym, they really change the barbell chest press in a great way. They're super portable too so you can take them to the gym on leg day for squats and lunges. You can use them for any Olympic bar exercise to increase the instability of any lift. Stability training with the Syn Rings increases the force vector of any exercise to three different dimensions, up and down, forward and back, and side to side.

MostFit SYN Rings for adding instability to Olympic barbell bench pressing

Bench presses usually engage the pectorals major/minor, triceps complex and anterior deltoid, but when you incorporate SYN Rings in the exercise you also increase the challenge on the serratus anterior, supraspinatus, infraspinatus, teres minor, subscapularis, transversus abdominus, rectus abdominus, multifidus, and internal and external obliques.

MostFit SYN Rings for adding instability to Olympic barbell squats and front squats

Front squat and back squat also generally only have to deal with resistance and force in one direction; down. Utilizing the Syn Rings the trainee will have to stabilize in all directions. Not only does this increase the engagement of the core muscles, hamstrings, quads, and glutes, it also makes workouts more exciting.

The SYN Rings are a great piece of portable fitness equipment that we would recommend to any fitness enthusiast, personal trainer, strength and conditioning coach, or athlete.