Athletic Movement Skills – Balance Your Strength Training
Athletic Movement Skills
Balance Your Strength Training
This video shows Martin Rooney discussing the need for athletic movements in your program. It is not enough to just perform strength training movements. You have to be able to express strength, power, agility, balance, coordination and optimal movement as well.
Sometimes your strength programs works against this goal because a lifter doesn’t perform mobility movements, a good warm-up, static stretching and they lose the ability to move freely.
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