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TRX® Rip™ Training: Sports Performance & Metabolic Conditioning

by Pete Holman, PT

3 Reviews

Type: Online Course

Item: C910632CEC

Description

Originally developed by a world–class martial artist, RIP Training has been effectively used by top athletes in practically every major sport. This course builds on TRX Rip Training: Foundations education, and teaches the trainer how to layer more advanced footwork patterns, movement speed and compound exercises to improve peak athletic performance and conditioning. Be prepared to have your mind stretched and your body challenged in this ground–breaking workshop.
By Pete Holman, PT, TRX

Available Course Credits

ACE
0.20
ACSM
2.00
AFAA
2.00
ISFTA
2.00
NASM
0.20
NESTA
0.20
PTIA
2.00
REPS NZ
1.50
REPs UAE
2.00
REPs UK
2.00

Learning Objectives

  1. Articulate why Rip training is a valuable sports performance training tool
  2. Perform Rip training strikes from all three body orientations
  3. Summarize the importance of stability, mobility and agility in sports performance
  4. Identify and use the 4 bar targets while performing Rip training strikes
  5. Execute a rear foot pivot to enhance Rip training striking power
  6. Design a workout that highlights Rip training strikes, arching bar paths and agility

Course Content

TRX® Rip™Training: Sports Performance and Metabolic ConditioningStreaming Video
TRX® Rip™Training: Sports Performance and Metabolic ConditioningDVD(DVD versions only)
TRX® Rip™ Training: Sports Performance & Metabolic ConditioningOnline Test

About the Author

Pete Holman, PT

Pete Holman, PT IDEA Author/Presenter

Pete Holman, PT, is a physical therapist, certified strength and conditioning specialist, U.S. national tae kwon do champion and former captain for the U.S. national team. Pete has practiced orthopedi...

3 Reviews

2.7 out of 5 Stars

  • by Stephanie Graham on Apr 03, 2015

    Thank you for your feedback! Jenn, I have attached a PDF file to this video and will reach out to you in a separate email to make sure you have it. I apologize some of the exercises can’t be seen in the video. We have been working to improve our filming process and now have a better understanding of the types of sessions that require advanced camera work or multiple cameras in the session. Thank you again for your feedback, it helps us get better!

  • by Stephanie Graham on Apr 03, 2015

    Thank you for your feedback! Jenn, I have attached a PDF file to this video and will reach out to you in a separate email to make sure you have it. I apologize some of the exercises can’t be seen in the video. We have been working to improve our filming process and now have a better understanding of the types of sessions that require advanced camera work or multiple cameras in the session. Thank you again for your feedback, it helps us get better!

  • by Jenn Brooks on Mar 30, 2015

    Frustrating that the download is a power point file, which many people, including myself, don't have. Come on guys, it's really not that hard to click save as a .pdf before uploading file. I agree with the above poster, and am finding this to a be a problem on MANY of these courses -- the camera doesn't move, and misses much of what is relevant about the course because it is focused on the instructor when we should be watching the exercises.

  • by Jenn Brooks on Mar 30, 2015

    Frustrating that the download is a power point file, which many people, including myself, don't have. Come on guys, it's really not that hard to click save as a .pdf before uploading file. I agree with the above poster, and am finding this to a be a problem on MANY of these courses -- the camera doesn't move, and misses much of what is relevant about the course because it is focused on the instructor when we should be watching the exercises.

  • by Roger Scott on Jun 07, 2013

    Pretty good course. However, I'm very disappointed with the workout. The camera was focused on the instructor, who was walking around most of the time, rather than implementation of the actual exercises.

    More importantly, the instructor cut the class short; due to running the class too long. Come on, be professional and let the class run over a bit. So 3 exercises, from the course outline, were not shown. I had to go to Youtube to see how to perform the exercises that were skipped. What a bummer.

    Other than that, the course material (Pivot mechanic, metabolic conditioning, etc.) was informative and relevant.

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