An essential exercise for the athlete. This is an anti-rotation exercise, focused on increasing stability of your core and pelvic, while ensuring the gluteals are responding properly.
First off, Split Squats are not lunges. This is a stationary movement that's staggered stance in the sagittal plane of motion. The Split Squat will require proper hip, knee and toe (particularly the big toe) mobility in order to execute properly.
Including the Core Band Press-out with Progression before and during your workouts, a few times each week, can help ensure that your core is activated and ready for the training session ahead.
The quadriceps are made up of 4 primary muscles that commonly have a lot of tightness and adhesions within them, especially in the large population of people who sit much of the day.
This is a great exercise that challenges your grip and single arm strength as well as the connection it has to your core.
These are great exercises to include in your training, whether an athlete or someone looking for general health in the hips, knees and foot & ankle.
The kettlebell swing is a movement that all athletes should include in their training and is for anyone looking to increase their general fitness and functional strength. You are training and conditioning the body as a whole. Everything from your cardiorespiratory to grip strength will be challenged.
Push-Ups are a great way to strengthen your core while enhancing upper body strength. The push-ups in the video demonstrate the involvement of the core for stabilization and performance. These are just a few examples.
Training ropes offers a great opportunity for overall conditioning and strengthening. Its a great training tool for athletes searching for motivating & challenging ways to attack their fitness.