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1. What is an Overhead Cross Transfer?
An Overhead Cross Transfer (OCT) is a method of transferring weight from one arm to the other in a standing position. It is commonly used in bodyweight training to increase core stability and coordination.
2. What muscles does an Overhead Cross Transfer work?
An Overhead Cross Transfer works several muscles, including the core, glutes, and upper body. Specifically, it works the lats, traps, rhomboids, and deltoids in the upper body and the obliques, quads, hamstrings, and calves in the lower body.
3. How do I perform an Overhead Cross Transfer?
To perform an Overhead Cross Transfer, stand with your feet shoulder-width apart, your arms extended overhead, and your palms facing each other. Keeping your core engaged, slowly transfer your weight from one arm to the other, creating a circular motion with your arms. Make sure to keep your back straight and move in a controlled manner.