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Four Top Guns, Four Training Zones-Athletic Training That Brings It!

by Peter Twist, MSc , Douglas Brooks, MS , Fraser Quelch and Todd Durkin, MA

4 Reviews

Type: DVD

Item: C910463

Description

Join four top conditioning coaches as they bring you an authentic and effective fusion of their individual approaches to training. Learn some of their strategies and techniques for developing dynamic warm-ups and cutting-edge cool-downs. Experience speed, agility and deceleration training, strength and power development, and fast-paced metabolic conditioning at its finest. Vital information will be presented in each section focusing on the why behind the fun. Note: The movement element of this video is very intense. It is recommended that the participant possess a moderate-to-high degree of skill and fitness to participate.
By Peter Twist, MSc, Douglas Brooks, MS, Fraser Quelch, Todd Durkin, MA

About the Author

Peter Twist, MSc

Peter Twist, MSc IDEA Author/Presenter

Peter Twist, MSc, is the president and CEO of Twist Conditioning, Inc. He is an exercise physiologist with a specialization in coaching science. Having coached in the NHL for 11 years, Peter has worke...

Douglas Brooks, MS

Douglas Brooks, MS IDEA Author/Presenter

Douglas Brooks, MS, is the head physiologist and strength and conditioning coach for Mammoth Power Sports. He is the BOSU® programming and master trainer team director and a Twist senior master c...

Fraser Quelch

Fraser Quelch IDEA Author/Presenter

Fraser Quelch is the director of training and development for Fitness Anywhere® and the creator of the TRX® training program. An expert in functional training and endurance athletics, Fraser h...

Todd Durkin, MA

Todd Durkin, MA IDEA Author/Presenter

Todd Durkin, MA, owns Fitness Quest 10 and Todd Durkin Enterprises. He is a human performance specialist who trains dozens of elite, high-profile NFL and MLB athletes and is the head of the Under Armo...

4 Reviews

3.0 out of 5 Stars

  • by Tony Cress on Jul 07, 2012

    Marsha,
    I think that you possibly did have to be there, because, the experience was insane, the exercise selection was amazing, and the workout was crazy. I can see how the video would be slightly confusing, but remember they are trying to get basically 6-8 different stations into one video. Maybe it isn't the best way to display it, but based on the content I know was there, I have to rate it just a little higher.

  • by Tony Cress on Jul 07, 2012

    Marsha,
    I think that you possibly did have to be there, because, the experience was insane, the exercise selection was amazing, and the workout was crazy. I can see how the video would be slightly confusing, but remember they are trying to get basically 6-8 different stations into one video. Maybe it isn't the best way to display it, but based on the content I know was there, I have to rate it just a little higher.

  • by Marsha Hughes on Dec 02, 2011

    I love these presenters - lots of energy and technical knowledge but I don't think this is the best way to present the content. I find it's chaotic and distracting, hard to watch on a monitor...maybe you just had to be there...

  • by Marsha Hughes on Dec 02, 2011

    I love these presenters - lots of energy and technical knowledge but I don't think this is the best way to present the content. I find it's chaotic and distracting, hard to watch on a monitor...maybe you just had to be there...

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