Kettlebell and Bodyweight Conditioning Drills/Finishers

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6 Kettlebell and Bodyweight Conditioning Drills/Finishers by Dave Randolph creator of Spartan Warrior Challenge and 101 Conditioning Circuits   Here are some conditioning drills/finishers I use with both private and group clients. They can all be tweaked based on the level of your clients. For example, if your client can’t or shouldn’t do a kettlebell snatch you could sub in a 1 handed high pull, a 1 handed swing, or even a clean. If they can’t bear crawl they can crawl on their Read more [...]

5 “Baseline” Boot Camp Workouts

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5 "Baseline" Boot Camp Workouts by Rafael Moret, Author of the Trans4mation Bootcamp System and The Bootcamp Periodization System     The Baseline Workouts are a program based on a 5 day a week cycle, but can be used as part of another program, or can be used once per week as part of any group program. Each of the workouts include a Warm Up, a Strength Workout broken into 4 moves (squat or lower body move, a hinge, a push and a pull), and a "Metabolic" Closer or Finisher All Read more [...]

Neural Charge Training

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Neural Charge Training By Sarah Rippel, author of Build ‘N Burn   Neural charge sessions are designed to help with recovery between heavy training days. They are not meant to tax the body. In addition, they can be used as “primers” to fire up the CNS prior to lifting. I first learned of this concept through the works of Christian Thibaudeau, as well as the Strength Faction crew.   The group training workouts I currently design in my gym are strength-focused but done in Read more [...]

Unconventional Cardio: Strongman Conditioning Circuits

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Unconventional Cardio: Strongman Conditioning Circuits By Sarah Rippel, author of Build ‘N Burn   Need some ideas on how to shake up your clients’ conditioning workouts? Here are three fun circuits I designed for my small groups! The beauty of strongman-type exercises is that they are easy to learn & perform. In addition, they are less liable to cause a ton of soreness because they do not have an eccentric component. These types of exercises are great for recovery workouts!   CIRCUIT Read more [...]

5 Biggest Bootcamp Workout Blunders

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5 Biggest Bootcamp Workout Blunders by Georgette Pann The following was originally a guest post on Nick Tumminello's blog    If you’re a trainer with a boot camp or group training program – or looking to start one, you’ll want to make sure you’re not making any of these 5 Biggest Boot Camp Blunders. If you happen to be an individual looking for a boot camp to join, you’ll want to be on the lookout for these blunders so you can avoid less effective and disappointing training Read more [...]

CORE STATICS CIRCUIT: 5 MINUTE ABS (videos & exercise options)

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CORE STATICS CIRCUIT: 5 MINUTE ABS! By Sarah Rippel, Author of “Build ‘N Burn”   I am a big believer in mastering the basic static holds before moving on to more dynamic variations that challenge these positions. Statics teach body awareness, core control, and total body engagement. You simply cannot go wrong with mastering the basics!   For the sake of driving the point home that the strength of one’s limbs is irrelevant if their core musculature is weak, I am calling Read more [...]

Lower Body-Focused WU CIRCUITS (Videos+UNIQUE Exercise Progressions)

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Lower Body-Focused WU CIRCUITS (Videos+UNIQUE Exercise Progressions) By Sarah Rippel, Author of “Build ‘N Burn”   Today I am bringing you a great little warm-up circuit that emphasizes glutes, hips, & legs. It’s perfect prior to squats or deadlifts! In addition, it can be loaded up and used as solid accessory strength work after your main lifts.   THE EXERCISES   Split Squat Progression Bodyweight Split Squat: The basic bodyweight split squat is never Read more [...]

Static-Dynamic Turkey Day Burner Circuit

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30:30 Static-Dynamic Turkey Day Burner Circuit By Sarah Rippel, Author of “Build ‘N Burn”   In my article “The Static-Dynamic EMOM Format for Conditioning Workouts,” I explained one of my favorite ways to structure conditioning circuits. In this format, you perform an exercise where you are holding a position for time, then alternate that with one that involves total-body movement, & continue in this manner using 2-4 exercises.   I feel the static-dynamic structure Read more [...]

Kettlebell Flows & Complexes

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Kettlebell Flows & Complexes by Dave Randolph creator of Spartan Warrior Challenge and 101 Conditioning Circuits     Flow A flow is moving from one movement to the next without rest. With unilateral lifts you flow through the lifts on one side then switch and flow through the other side with no rest until both sides are completed. Depending on the exercises in the flow you may be able to do multiple sets without any rest.You can also repeat the flow on one side many times before Read more [...]

The Static-Dynamic EMOM Format for Conditioning Workouts

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The Static-Dynamic EMOM Format for Conditioning Workouts By Sarah Rippel, Author of “Build ‘N Burn”   Yes, I talk about EMOMs a lot! I use them allll the time with my clients & they are a staple in my own programming.   Here is one of my favorite ways to structure EMOMs for conditioning! I feel this format allows people to work at the appropriate level of intensity & it can be adjusted to suit individual levels.   I came up with the very creative “Static-Dynamic” Read more [...]