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Top 3 options you can use Easy Bodyweight Complex in your training.
Ok, let’s get to the simplicity of this complex first.
Love bodyweight training. We utilize whole spectrum of bodyweight movements to help our clients achieve their goals.
Depending on the level of athletic skills and one’s capabilities different programs are assigned.
This Easy Bodyweight Complex I noticed we use quite often during our sessions, and at different parts of the session as well.
This tutorial will take you through several loaded mobility drills.
In times of pursuing higher levels of Strength and Conditioning one may neglect the true value of mobility.
What good is your strength and size if you can apply it for the specific movements and limited range of motion.
Mobility is as important skill to maintain and develop as you improve strength and conditioning.
So here we go with more mobility drills for you so you can be nice and “lubed”.
It goes without saying that proper warm up should be performed before utilizing loaded mobility drills.
We like to introduce it at the end of the session after main Phase of Strength or Conditioning.
In this article we will take you through Single Kettlebell Workout.
Duration of you training 30-45 min.
This is great example of Hybrid training session that could be accomplish at the comfort of your home or gym.
You will need single kettlebell and we will blend it with some bodyweight patterns.
In this article we collected plenty of Shoulder Issue Hacks.
From our experience a lot of shoulder issues can be fixed on a spot. We believe you can call it hacking)
So the deal is pretty simple as always — perform movements with better precision and chances of discomfort and potential injuries are very slim.
Any movements or patterns that involve upper body extremities still can be accessible for someone who has some pre existing shoulder problems or current discomfort. [Read more…]
Squat Thrust Progressions – which one fit you the most?
Recently we posted video with several levels of Squat Thrust Progressions.
Current tutorial will guide you through all those levels in details.
Here is the breakdown Thrust Squat Progressions:
Establish proper foundation with Basics of Functional Training.
As a personal trainer and the owner of the gym I have noticed a growing desire towards improvement.
While I admire people who want to advance, basics of functional training still have to be addressed.
I am certain that people will progress with their weight as they go with their training.
Mastering basics of functional training is my main concern.
Before you go to the next level and grab that kettlebell with bigger weight, stop and ask yourself the following questions: [Read more…]
Here is another variation of Advanced Kettlebell Workout.
This workout incorporates 6 moves. 4 of them use double kettlebells and the other 2 moves are bodyweight (calisthenics) exercises mixed into the routine for active recovery. Lets get into nuts and balls of Advanced Kettlebell Workout.
Any fight is a dynamic encounter. A gun fight at close distances could be the most dynamic of all.
It is extremely important to train the quality of movement behind the gun, which is your actual delivery system for the weapon, until proper movement is natural and second nature. Such practice builds not only obvious benefits to your performance by making your more efficient/effective in your movements, but also deliver some of the less obvious ones, like reducing injuries, making one aware of one’s limitations in movement/mobility aspect and find appropriate compromises to do things safely and with solid mechanics, as well as improving the longevity of the practitioner.
Speaking from a wealth of real-world hard-won experience, Navy SEAL veteran Rich Graham talks about a simple test he conducts during his tactical training courses to gauge movement proficiency of the group.
The video demos a few ways to engage and disengage the Supine position from Standing and back up, while both hands are on the weapon. Of course, these examples are subjective to such factors as tactical, environmental and individual considerations and may or may not be appropriate under different circumstances. Also, many other ways to do this are possible, some faster, some slower, some with one arm holding the weapon, again depending on the tactics, level of strength and mobility, injuries, terrain and other factors. Shown are just some example to illustrate a point.
Try it your way and figure out how you would do it. What are your strength? What are your current limitations? How can you do it efficiently and safely for yourself? Those are great questions to ask yourself before rather then after.
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