Pay attention to the way you move through your day today. Much of the time, if we’re moving something, we’re moving it pretty fast. When you pick up your bag off the ground, you’re not spending as much time lifting it as slowly as possible are you? Forget it. You want to grab it and go.
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If you can get this one, it has applications in so many different areas. Take your time though. Make sure to get extremely comfortable with the mechanics of the thing.
The grandaddy of all squats. Master this, and there pretty much isn’t a body weight exercise your legs and balance can’t handle. Sure, we can progress the pistol to a more challenging level, but let’s get the basics first.
Got the wall ball down? Here we go with a progression of posterior chain power and explosiveness.
We’re always talking about moving objects through space. Pushing, pulling, dragging, whatever, just move yourself and a load through space to train your body, your machine in a total systemic fashion. So, here’s a couple of examples of that very thing using a sandbag and a TRX. No TRX? Get on it and buy one. It’s one of the best $150 you’ve spent in fitness. But for now, no problem. Pull a couple of grips off the cable cross machine, or take a rope from the garage and go to town.
“Progress is impossible without change…” Geprge Bernard Shaw
Warned you about this. Here it comes. If yo missed the late video posting on Sunday, go back and take a look.
Well, I finally won that fight with YouTube.
When was the last time you were walking home from the grocery with a nice, evenly loaded, stable and symmetrical load of groceries conveniently loaded across the back of your shoulders? Or when was the last time you carrying your kid through the mall and he/she obligingly sat motionless and efficiently distributed in your arms?
Let’s get into some more partner work. This one is pretty straight forward. Let’s take come “core” conditioning, add in some explosive power, the complexity of throwing and catching weighted objects and the often times unpredictable nature of another human being.