Vertical and box jumps get all the press, but athletes need to express explosive power in all planes of motion.
Also shown are plate stackers, a KILLER BICEP EXERCISE! I’ve video taped this exercise at least 5 times, and then always forget to get the video up
Dynamic effort lifts involve moving a submaximal weight with maximal speed. The percentage of your 1 RM used for dynamic effort workouts depend on how trained and experienced you are with the dynamic effort method.
ShareTweet I’m sitting here in the gym and just wrote up the workout for the athletes today. It’s time for a big push before the season starts. I received a few dozen emails asking for programs, so here is a sample of what the guys are getting after today! Typical split: Monday – Max Effort Upper [...]
ShareTweet I have heard many trainers say that Dynamic movements MUST be plyometrics. I have to disagree with this one, and here’s why. Dynamic Effort simply put means that you are moving weight or just your body weight quickly. This COULD mean a plyometric style movement, ie box jumping, but there are many more choices. [...]