Build a Power Session 03:32

Building a Power Workout begins with deciding on what type of Power adaptation you’re looking to obtain: Acceleration, Deceleration, or Conversion (Agility, Plyometrics, Quickness, or Speed).  You can also consider Power Endurance and Max Power which we’ll discuss next week. Generally speaking, it’s safe to begin with Acceleration and Deceleration for 2-4 weeks before progressing […]

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Tequila and Coffee with Johnny & DP (Week 8)

Welcome to Tequila and Coffee with Johnny and DP!  In this Virtual Social Hour, we’ll meet on a Zoom Meeting (camera and audio on for everyone, although optional). Johnny and DP will facilitate a discussion on all things health, fitness and community. We invite you to join us in this casual, laid back environment as […]

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Weekly Discussion (Week 8)

Pick a client that needs Power Training Identify which Power themes you want to build a Power Session around Create a Power Session on Program Builder (Warm-Ups and Cooldowns are optional) Share your Program on Program Builder and share your insights on how you put it together […]

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Power: Acceleration 06:31

Acceleration can be defined as overcoming inertia to move as fast as possible. 4 types of Acceleration can be performed: Deadstarts overcome a resting inertia as quickly as possible. Think of going from 0-60MPH as fast as possible. Momentum-Starts overcome a constant inertia. Think of moving at 50MPH (constant inertia) and then accelerating on the […]

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Power: Agility 07:02

Agility can be defined as the ability to start, stop and change direction quickly. Agility training affords a host of benefits including: improved sensory-motor integration enhanced neuromuscular sensitivity muscle compliance bodywide stabilization increase in collagen and elastin in skin and fascia improved athleticism […]

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Power: Deceleration 06:39

Deceleration is the ability to stop momentum or “put on the brakes”. Our “brake system” is not only comprised of the muscles that must turn on isometrically and eccentrically, but also compliance of the tissues that surround our joints. Most non-contact injury in sport occur during the deceleration phase of a given movement, therefore decelerating […]

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