Choose your Torsion Bar and lay down on the ground with the TB central in your left hand extending from your thigh to above your shoulder. This is your starting position.
Place the right arm out from the body palm facing down, extend the TB toward the sky/roof keeping your arm locked out the entire exercise and looking up to the TB this will help with balance and to keep your arm locked out.
Raise the Torso coming up onto the right elbow.
Extend the right arm coming up onto the hand.
Bring the left foot towards the torso bending the knee roughly 90 degrees.
Then raise the hips up off the ground.
Bring the right foot towards the torso then under the body so your forefoot is on the ground and so is your knee, the lower right leg will be at right angle to the left.
Then push off with your hand and straighten the right leg out so you are in the lowered lunge position still with your left hand and arm reaching for the sky/roof.
You will then simply stand up and you should have a slight lean to your body due to the reach and balance.
To return back to the start come back down the exact same way in reverse.
If you’re having trouble getting this cause it is quite difficult if you have never done a Turkish get up then try doing 3 steps at a time and restarting. Ensure each step is exaggerated which really helps to keep perfect form.
Repeat the same on the right side using the opposite sides during instructions.