• Chad Gillaspy

Week in Review

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The importance of good programming can't be overstated. Badly performed exercises, bad exercises in general, no warm-ups, etc., and you’re likely to find yourself dealing with a lot of little aches and pains caused by training.

Bear crawls fall into that anti-extension/anti-rotation core work for me. Anti-extension with the Iso holds in the bear position, and then anti-extension/anti-rotation hybrid when we add movement.

It’s kinda crazy how little attention there is paid to being explosive. You name the goal and power training can help it.

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