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Tri-Sets: Part 2

December 16, 2019

In this article, we will discuss five variables that can be manipulated in order to change the stimulus created by Tri-Sets.A Tri-Set is performed by completing three exercises in succession, no rest between exercises. Link to previous Tri-Sets Article Five…

Iron Athlete Tiffany Hendrickson Getting Ready For A Competition

Training Methods Series: Part 5 Tri-Sets

Tri-Sets To perform a Tri-Set, complete three exercises in succession with no rest between exercises. Tri-Sets are an effective means of boosting intensity (more work in less time) and completing training in a time-efficent manner. Examples: The first example provides…

Training Methods Series: Part 4 Compound Sets

Compound Sets To perform a Compound Set, select two exercises that work protagonistic muscle groups. (push/push or pull/pull) Don't allow for any rest between exercises. Synonyms of the word Compound: aggravate, exacerbate, worsen, add to, augment, intensify, heighten, increase, magnify;…

6 Time Based Sled Workouts

Previous articles have focused primarily on workouts based on completing prescribed distances. This time, we'll take a look at workouts based on prescribed time domains. Links to Previous Articles: 9 Conditioning Workouts for the Sled More Fun with Sleds Measuring…

Core Stability (IAP)

October 17, 2017

Core Stability Conundrum by Dr. Cameron Khavari, D.C., M.U.A.C. Intra-Abdominal Pressure (IAP) In my chiropractic practice, a lot of athletes come in saying that their programs include core work or core stability training. The issue, however, is that core stability…

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