Body-Weight Training--Function or Fiction

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Video Chapters

  • Chp. 1 Introduction to Body-Weight Training
  • Chp. 2 Sequence 1
  • Chp. 3 Sequence 2
  • Chp. 4 Sequence 3
  • Chp. 5 Sequence 4
  • Chp. 6 Sequence 5
  • Chp. 7 Group Examples
  • Chp. 8 Challenge

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  • Session Handout

Description

Are body-weight training and manual resistance functional and appropriate ways to train? We crawl before we walk and walk before we run. We usually ride a bike before we drive a car. Yet for some reason, we enter the gym long before we have mastered our own body weight! The science behind body-weight training and manual resistance shows amazing results relative to skill transfer, proprioception, range of motion, balance and strength. This type of training has a very low rate of injury and is shown to enhance the five most basics skills of functional movement. Learn countless progressions and regressions to suit any client, along with multiplanar exercises. Attack the central core like never before! This video utilizes the Lebert Equalizer and Buddy System&trade.
By Marc Lebert, Christopher Roche

Marc Lebert

IDEA Author/Presenter

Christopher Roche

IDEA Author/Presenter

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