Discover the SECRET Methods most College Strength Coaches don’t share to develop Superior Athletes
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110 Selected Exercises
- Weighted-Barbell, Dumbbell, Kettle Bells, Plates: These exercises involve a weighted implement and can be easily included before, during, or after a weight training session in the weight room.
- Body Weight: Exercises that can be done anywhere and require no equipment. These are great for after conditioning sessions out on the field, court, pool deck, or track.
- Stability Ball: These will require a stability/physio-ball. These exercises are not just about stabilization but also concentric and eccentric properties.
- Bosu Trainer: These will require the use of a Bosu Trainer. These have become very popular lately and it is because they can produce great results in the area of kinesthetic awareness (knowing where your body is in space).
- Medicine Ball: These movements will require a medicine ball or weighted D-Ball. These are great for power and strength development.
- Cable Machine: A cable machine is the preferred tool for these listed exercises but if you are clever; the majority of these could be done with bands if a cable machine is not available.
- Glute/Ham Developer: These are some of the most advanced exercises in this manual and are not for beginners or novice lifters.
- 45 Degree Back Extension: All of these exercises in the manual were done with the use of a Hammer Strength 45 degree Back Extension body weight machine. Any 45 degree strength model machine would work. Much more than just back extensions!
- Broomstick: A standard broomstick is the preferred tool used for the very challenging “Combat Abs” circuit found in Appendix C pages 143-155.
- Roman Chair: This is also a Hammer Strength body weight machine that is technique based and if not addressed will normally work more hip flexors than anything else.
- Sit-up Board: These were all done on a Hammer Strength Model Abdominal body weight machine. I include a mixture of body weight and weighted exercises and circuits that are done in my weight room all the time.
- Bands: Bands are a popular piece of training equipment and can be found in most workout areas. Do not under-estimate the effectiveness of band training. It is a very versatile tool that can be used in many ways.
- Sand Bag: I mention the use of sandbags in this manual in a few areas. It is another versatile training tool that can take the place of weights or medicine balls.