Why add form drills to your suspension ring exercises. To understand why form drills are important you have to understand the brain-muscle connection or the neuromuscular pathway. The neuromuscular junction is the point at which an electrical impulse from the nervous system (your brain) is passed to the muscle. These impulses signal the muscle fibers to fire and produce movement. Our daily movement are so familiar that we have adapted to these pathways. But when we learn a new movement, these pathways can be somewhat challenging. Take for example a suspended ring reverse lunge. A client learning to produce force on one leg while the other is floating is unfamiliar with the movement, an individual trying to coordinate their balance with core stability, with motion of the other leg trying to stay stable. The brain-muscle connection is difficult because the connection has never been used in this way before. Over time as a client continues to practice this movement the neuromuscular connections become more efficient. For this reason we can understand why adding a form drill such as a suspended ring reverse lunge can make the neuromuscular system fire differently. .