Mé nastavené silové standarty pro hráče fotbalu a hokeje a dá se říct, že všech sportů, kde je důležitá síla, dynamika a rychlost. Standart je určený koeficientem a v tabulce je příklad pro 85kg hráče. 1. by měli dosahnout všichni hráčí, kteří se silovým programem začinájí a jsou da se říct začátečníci. 2. Bych rád viděl u všech hráčů co mají aspoň 2 letou systematickou praxi se silovým tréninkem. 3. by měli splňovat všichni vrcholoví sportovci. Tak jak jste na tom? #strengthandconditioning#strength#power#elitetraining#fittreninkopava#marekvinarek_trener
In order to surpass your current limits and skills, putting the extra work is a must! Sometimes it’s a little more difficult than expected, sometimes it takes a little longer to see results and sometimes outside factors play a role on development. But, as long as you’re determined and motivated then nothing will stop you 👊🏽🤙🏽 Here’s a couple clips of Vanessa working on 1v1s and her first touch and movements that a Defensive player constantly does. (Back peddle, first touch/ball control and turns)
This pose is called "cat catches the tail". One of the classic @acroyogamontreal poses. Don't underestimate it! Why? Because it involves a crossed body twist (e. g. upper body going left, lower body going right), where one also has to find his or her leg..."somewhere behind".
Where is the focus then? It is in a switch mode between several crucial points. Those are: breath in motion (when and how to breath, while moving), equal weight distribution on both shoulders (no monolimb, no pulling or pushing in to your hand) and of course, finding that foot behind you 😂
The art is to be able to give a motion task to a certain part of your body and, while that is haopening, check quickly the balance of the other part of that very same body. Tricky, he? But very fun!!! .
And if you want to perform that move the best way possible, then you will have to learn to relax in that position. Both, base and flyer, learn to use what is necessary at the moment!
Have a great weekend, everyone! Picture by @tonimeert
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I started playing soccer in 7th grade at my middle school and the local AYSO rec league: Okeeheelee Heat out of West Palm Beach, FL. At 13 I was asked to start playing with the U19 B team in the state cup; we came in 2nd place to our U19 A team. After that tournament I joined the A team and that’s where I called home for next 4 years.
We were a bunch of misfits, but as soon as we stepped onto the field, we were an unstoppable force. My coaches paid for us to travel and go to tournaments throughout the year even though we were technically a “rec” team.
It was on this team that I found my love for the game. I would not be who I am without the girls on that team and my coaches. They taught me how to fight for everything I wanted, to work hard (even when the coach isn’t looking 😉), and to always give my 100% best effort. .
I went on to play in college @wuwomensoccer , and unfortunately went in to my freshman year fresh out of ACL surgery due to an injury during a tournament that summer. Played my Sophomore and Junior year, and in the spring post-season torn my other ACL in a game which took me out for my senior year. This was the first real training session I’ve done since college and it felt GREAT! 💪🏼⚽️💚
Part 2 of 3: Combo Guard Series •Keys to Lock in on 🔐 *We focused on being able to handle defensive pressure when having to refuse a screen then into a D-H-O (Dribble Hand Off). • Players tend to pick up their dribble when the defense is forcing you to have to refuse your screen and go baseline instead of the middle of the floor for more options. • This in turn screws up an offense when you pick up your dribble. *NOTES • When shooting off of a D-H-O going right, you want to come off your big mans body low and LEFT-RIGHT into your jump shot. • When driving to the basket off of D-H-O we worked on different finishes around the rim. ————————————————————————-
Part 3 of 3 tomorrow 7:30pm EST
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Something, visually completely different, but still very interesting - backbend, as a skeleton. Especially, it is mesmerising to see how much development and strength we have in our lower backs, in order to support that whole structure with only several vertebrates. Long live the core muscles!!! Train safe, train smart, train strong and flexible 😉
A warmup should: ✅Raise body temperature
✅activate muscle tissue (specific to what you are about to train)
✅mobilize joints (specific to athletes needs)
✅potentiate nervous system.
My warmup consisted of; - Yoga Pushup x8
- Glute bridge x15
- Underhand band pull-apart x10
- Plate squat series (deep iso hold/ankle rocking/full range)
Serratus DB Raise x10.
X2 rounds with no rest.
Box Jump x4
Deadbugs x 10
(Not seen). * My workout consisted of some Olympic lifting and overhead work, therefore activation of certain muscles of the shoulder girdle were needed.
And I personally struggle with ankle and hip mobility, and a lazy right glute. My warmup targeted these needs/weaknesses, I completed it in a circuit to get my heart rate and body temp up and it only took me 5 minutes so I could spend more time on the fun stuff 💪💪💪 Specificity and simplicity works 99.9% of the time.
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I have recently started to write blogs to appear on the Axis Performance website.
MASTERING THE STRENGTH BASICS.
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As coaches and athletes, we all marvel at the athleticism of some of the athletes coming through the college system in North America. Have you ever seen how college strength and conditioning coaches structure their programming?
MEAT AND POTATOES.
Do the basics. And do them relentlessly well.
This is something I learned first hand during my time at the University of New Brunswick, Canada. From freshman athletes to athletes on the road to the Olympics - Guess what they were all doing in the weight room?
With a relentless drive to master them.
Session 1 with junior basketball athlete Lauchie Mark.
Biggest focus of today's session was jumping/landing technique. As with many junior athletes, Lauchie showed in his screening a tendancy to go into Valgus Knee (knock-knee) when jumping. This is a very high risk position to be in for an athlete, and also does not create a direct line of force into the ground and back into the body (decrease performance). Here is an example of an exercise we used to cue Lauchie to abduct and externally rotate at the hip.
*Brand distraction Split Squat*
The band is trying to pull Lauchie into internal rotation and adduction, while he must resist it. This leads to a increase in activation of the glute medius.