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📸 from the Kids Cup Finale 2018 in Schladming. Pictured is the Counter Movement Jump which measures ...
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📸 from the Kids Cup Finale 2018 in Schladming. Pictured is the Counter Movement Jump which measures the athletes’ explosive lower body power! *** #wesupportvisions #wirfördernvisionen #testing #future #skiing #wetestthefuture @austriaskiteamladies @austriaskiteammen 📸 from the Kids Cup Finale 2018 in Schladming. Pictured is the Counter Movement Jump which measures the athletes’ explosive lower body power! 💥
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️ Add Power & Explosiveness to your game by combining Strength and Power movements with Plyometrics in your workout! Tag a training partner and try this superset 🏼 - Are you doing the Rugby Nation Rugby X workouts? This is part of the workout that will be uploaded to the site tomorrow. Link ... ▶️ Add Power & Explosiveness to your game by combining Strength and Power movements with Plyometrics in your workout! Tag a training partner and try this superset 💪🏼
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Are you doing the Rugby Nation Rugby X workouts? This is part of the workout that will be uploaded to the site tomorrow. Link in bio to join! Start training with me @aaronlesue and hundreds of others around the world!
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This is a great combo that is not only good for developing explosive strength but also power to decelerate and learn body control with powerful movements. All useful for Rugby Athletes. -
📋 Training Tips: Trap Bar Dead’s -Begin with a light weight and low box. Work your way up til you feel comfortable and can be explosive in your movements. Keep Lats tight and shoulders blades squeezed together. Be explosive - quick transition! 📋 Trap Bar Deadlifts are a great way to load up and maximize mechanical power output. Studies have shown it results in even greater values for peak force, power, and rate of force development compared to a barbell squat jump. -
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Trap Bar Deadlift to Box Jump x3
Alt Lunge (switch/tuck) Jumps x8
Sled Push/Pull x 30 Meters
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Whenever you have a goal in mind, you have to work hard to get the most from everything you put in. Ultimately, ...
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Whenever you have a goal in mind, you have to work hard to get the most from everything you put in. Ultimately, the ends justify the means, such as training for great technique in Olympic lifts – tough to master at the best of times. Athletes in traditional sports looking to gain explosive ... Whenever you have a goal in mind, you have to work hard to get the most from everything you put in.

Ultimately, the ends justify the means, such as training for great technique in Olympic lifts – tough to master at the best of times. Athletes in traditional sports looking to gain explosive power don’t have that kind of time to waste bouncing up and down.

Fortunately, here are four ways to increase explosive power, minus the learning curve.
1. Increase relative strength

This refers to your strength to bodyweight ratio. Set a goal of a minimum of 2.2 times your body weight in the full squat and deadlift; then as high as 2.5 times your body weight. Up until the 2.5 times threshold, you will run faster and jump higher.

That’s why experts correlate low body fat with sprint speed. For every 10lb of body weight gained, you must up these lifts by 25lb to maintain max speed.
2. Compensatory acceleration training (CAT)

Any lift can be explosive if you focus on moving the barbell from point A to point B as fast as you can without sacrificing technique. This is CAT, the brainchild Dr. Fred Hatfield. Think about it: you can half squat more than you can full squat. As leverage improves, you can hit the brakes or accelerate.

If you want to be explosive, you must accelerate. CAT means you compensate for improved leverage by accelerating weight.
3. Embrace plyometrics

Plyometrics bridges the gap between the weight room and the field of play. To maximize sprinting ability, train horizontal jumps. For increased jumping ability, train vertical jumps. For extreme shock methods like depth jumps, you should be healthy and able to squat twice your bodyweight.

Heavier or weaker athletes should stick to compensatory acceleration training and medicine ball throws.
4. Weighted triple extensions

A movement that locks out the ankles, knees and hips is called a triple extension. Without the triple extension, max sprinting and jumping cannot be accomplished. Triple extension is paramount to an explosive athlete.

Here are three ways to accomplish triple extension with a simple learning curve:

Trap bar jumps
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My guys putting in work! Today’s focus was building strength and power and we were using the contrast ...
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My guys putting in work! Today’s focus was building strength and power and we were using the contrast training method to do this. I’m a huge fan of contrast training to develop Power. It’s time efficient, extremely effective when implemented properly, and just fun to do. Contrast training ... My guys putting in work! Today’s focus was building strength and power and we were using the contrast training method to do this. I’m a huge fan of contrast training to develop Power. It’s time efficient, extremely effective when implemented properly, and just fun to do. Contrast training involves performing multiple (usually 2-4) exercises, starting with a high force/strength move, and moving in succession to a high velocity/speed move, with the goal of potentiating or “priming” both the central nervous system and the muscular system for the “main movement.” The videos here show 2 supersets with a Trap Bar Isometric Pull (the potentiating move or “primer”) paired with a depth jump to jump squat (the main move), as well as a band resisted power shrug (potentiator) paired with a depth jump to broad jump (main). The goal is to complete the sets with MAXIMAL INTENT meaning all out effort. The variation in exercises are said to help develop a more efficient movement pattern so when you get to the “main movement” you’ll be performing it with better mechanics and hopefully a better output. I Can’t wait to see what these guys are looking like down the road! And on another note, I was finally able to break out the Gflight made by @strong_by_science . This device measures jump height, ground contact time (how long you’re on the ground before exploding off), and gives your Reactive Strength Index which is a number (jump height divided by the ground contact time) that basically measures the amount of explosive strength you can generate. This thing is awesome in multiple ways..Not only does it give you instant feedback on your output which makes for a great and competitive learning environment, but for me it emphasizes the point of doing things with “maximal intent.” When you see a number you may not like, and then see your partner hit a higher number, you are left with 2 options lol! You can literally see the athletes ramp up their intensity within the set! Amazing creation @strong_by_science im excited with what you come up with next!
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Tennis strength training with VertiMax dramatically increases explosive leg power for improved court speed and upper body power to improve racket velocity and hitting power. In just a few short weeks, tennis players at any competitive level will see dramatic improvements in explosive ... Tennis strength training with VertiMax dramatically increases explosive leg power for improved court speed and upper body power to improve racket velocity and hitting power. In just a few short weeks, tennis players at any competitive level will see dramatic improvements in explosive power relating to every aspect of the game. The results are increased linear and lateral speed, improved vertical jump ability and hitting power! There is no better way to maximize a player’s potential to dominate the court! 💥
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Strong hamstrings give us the ability to run fast & jump high, which makes them important for everyone from athletes to weekend warriors. Proper hamstring development is often overlooked and more often than not it’s at the back of the queue on leg day. In Gymnastics, the development of the ... Strong hamstrings give us the ability to run fast & jump high, which makes them important for everyone from athletes to weekend warriors. Proper hamstring development is often overlooked and more often than not it’s at the back of the queue on leg day. In Gymnastics, the development of the glute & hamstring complex is important for increasing speed & explosive power for tumbling as well as static strength elements, such as Planche, that rely on a strong posterior chain.
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Exercises such as glute-ham curl and prone hip extension are great for beginners to develop strength across the glute-hamstring complex. Well developed hamstrings also help in maintaining good posture and preventing leg injuries.
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Knees to feet box jumps are great for increasing vertical jump height. This helps teach the importance ...
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Knees to feet box jumps are great for increasing vertical jump height. This helps teach the importance of using the glutes to explode. To get off the ground and land in a squat position the glutes have to be utilized, then they need to be loaded back up by landing in the squat to jump on the box. ... Knees to feet box jumps are great for increasing vertical jump height. This helps teach the importance of using the glutes to explode. To get off the ground and land in a squat position the glutes have to be utilized, then they need to be loaded back up by landing in the squat to jump on the box. This teaches the athlete to quickly load and unload the hips to jump. #sportstraining #sporttraining #sports #power #powerful #explosion #explosive #kneestofeet #kneestofeetjump #MSC #MSCathlete #boxjumps #kneestofeetboxjumps #athlete #athletes #athletics
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Too many athletes waste time doing drills and workouts designed for fitness and/or bodybuilding. Athletes have much different needs and need to train for multiple scenarios and do so in a scientific and progressive manner. This is a sample of a dynamic effort (with chaos training) leg workout ... Too many athletes waste time doing drills and workouts designed for fitness and/or bodybuilding. Athletes have much different needs and need to train for multiple scenarios and do so in a scientific and progressive manner. This is a sample of a dynamic effort (with chaos training) leg workout to help an athlete work on explosive power, core stability, and conditioining.
1) Dynamic Box Squats 7x3
2) Chaos Front Squats with pause 5x5
3) DB Drops Squat Jump into Prowler Push 10 reps
4) Eccentric Glute Ham Raises 4x5
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ROCK Athletes @lauren.cho @delaneydecinces @gabi.gomes3 @zoestern_ @michelleewon working on their explosive power with these box jump-overs!!! This move can be intimidating but it is a great way to challenge yourself and get out of your comfort zone!! Nice work girls!!! @tstreetvb ... ROCK Athletes @lauren.cho @delaneydecinces @gabi.gomes3 @zoestern_ @michelleewon working on their explosive power with these box jump-overs!!! This move can be intimidating but it is a great way to challenge yourself and get out of your comfort zone!! Nice work girls!!! @tstreetvb @a4volley @ocvbc @saddlebackvb
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