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Base Movement

In the initial phase of training for any athlete, entry-level drills should focus on; static and dynamic balance, foot speed and coordination, force reduction, first step quickness, base agility, linear speed mechanics, and base conditioning. Likewise Base Movement Training is the foundation of Coach Norman's Movement Progression Training philosophy. Most athletes, coaches, and trainers overlook this phase of training as they fail to develop the fundamental abilities of body control and "oneness" in their athletes. It is this phase of training that prepares the athlete for the more intense and advanced training routines required to optimize performance, and without it, athletes will either limit their success and/or sustain unwarranted injuries. Coach Norman utilizes a structured approach to teach a proven system of training methodology for overall athletic development. In addition to a detailed explanation of Base Stance Mechanics, the viewer will learn numerous drills performed with the agility ladder, low hurdles, plyometric boxes, various cone drills, weighted sleds and much more. Mostly, you will learn how to effectively incorporate a variety of training components safely into your program, with the confidence and knowledge required to initiate the appropriate performance training process with any multi-sport athlete. Although considered entry-level within Norman's system of performance enhancement, the drills in this video are challenging and intense, and greatly improve an athlete's internal awareness and athletic ability. This video is a "must see" prior to Norman's more advanced training videos and position-specific training series. 3 discs - 169 minutes.


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