I came across the idea of using sliders from a recommendation as a great way to implement core strengthening exercises.
In the last few weeks I have been doing slider exercises. There are many routines online and on Youtube. So far I really like the portability of the sliders and that they work indoor on carpet, I am not in the need to test the Claim of whether they work on other surfaces. Slider exercises may look easy but are very challenging , hence providing an amazing total body workout.
I started with inexpensive sliders from Amazon to give it sliders a try. Those were okay but the small size made my feet slide off easily and foot placement was critical to how well they slid. I have since upgraded to the Slidz by Skilz and these are far superior. The Skilz are larger in size, contoured on top to reduce slipping and have a smoother bottom surface. These are well worth the extra money. Highly recommend these over other less expensive sliders.
When it comes to strength, athletes know it starts with the core. Built to engage your core through a variety of movements, Slidez are created with a low-friction, non-marking bottom that slides on virtually any surface, while a non-slip, ergonomic tread pattern provides better grip for hands and feet. Unlike many other training discs, Slidez are built to use as individual units or to be clipped together for bilateral training, adding more diversity and intensity to your training session.