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Item #7048
  1. Core training
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Core training

This core training program is ideal for any athlete, in any sport, desiring to move to the next level! Many functional activities in sports require the trunk stabilizers in the core to transfer force from the upper extremities to the lower extremities and vice versa. Movements such as rebounding in basketball, overhead blocking in volleyball, or pass blocking in football are common examples of this type of energy transfer. Better control of the core will allow you to move faster, change directions quicker, jump higher and become a better athlete. This DVD presents a multi-faceted approach to core training that includes specialized medicine ball work, weighted abdominal exercises, dumbbell circuits, ballistic release work, and Olympic lifting movements. Learn how to properly use different training modalities for developing core strength and stability. 31 minutes.


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