Using Cluster Sets To Spice Up Strength Programming

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Using Cluster Sets To Spice Up Strength Programming By Sarah Rippel, “Author of Build ‘N Burn”   I have been asked more than a handful of times by fitness professionals what I do to “keep my clients from getting bored” with their programs. All too often, I get the feeling that many fit pros out there are attempting to constantly change things up with the assumption that their clients will quickly grow tired of doing the same routine consistently. The problem here is that we must Read more [...]

4 Wall Ball Conditioning Workouts+4 Tips to Improve Wall Ball Technique(Videos)

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4 Wall Ball Conditioning Workouts+4 Tips to Improve Wall Ball Technique(Videos) By Sarah Rippel, author of Build ‘N Burn   Wall Balls are a great exercise for conditioning work…if you do them efficiently! If your technique isn’t great, you will not be able to maintain an appropriate level of intensity. Instead, you’ll be wasting energy and time. Also, your heart rate will probably be higher than what is desirable for effective conditioning work. Here are my four tips for better Read more [...]

3 Unique Bodyweight Exercises (not seen before)

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3 Unique Bodyweight Exercises (you’ve never seen before) By Kate Vidulich     Bodyweight exercises are awesome for fat loss conditioning and getting sexy results – and they will seriously kick your client’s butt. However, let’s face it. Bodyweight exercises can get boring.   And if your bootcamp clients are bored… it’s game over! 🙁 Today, I have 3 unique bodyweight exercises that you’ve probably never seen before…that will make you the “go-to” trainer in Read more [...]

Unique Functional Conditioning Circuit (+Videos)

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Unique Functional Conditioning Circuit (+Videos) By Sarah Rippel, author of Build ‘N Burn   I am a BIG fan of conditioning workouts that are sustainable, meaning continuous movement can be performed without the need to stop & rest for chunks of time. I also explain these types of workouts as not having an intensity of "OMG I am about to die!" The word "functional" is played-out in 2018, but it gets the point across here. Each of the movements requires total-body integration Read more [...]

Using a Tempo Focus with Build ‘N Burn Circuits

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Using a Tempo Focus with Build ‘N Burn Workouts By Sarah Rippel, author of Build ‘N Burn   The concept of tempo is not a new one, but it has become more popular in recent years regarding strength programming. Tempo is basically the speed at which a rep is performed. It can be easily integrated into the original Build ‘N Burn programming to create an entirely different training experience!   The goal is to emphasize time under tension (TUT) by placing deliberate emphasis Read more [...]

Your Most Important Fitness Business System-Program Design

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Your Most Important Fitness Business System, Program Design     Which of the following sounds more logical to you?   A bunch of random exercises thrown together to look like a plan or a well thought out plan, set, complete and ready for delivery?   You can decide or maybe I can help you decide.   Any fitness professional, worth the amount of their client’s hard earned cash, understands the importance of an organized system.   As fitness business owners, we Read more [...]

Speed Ladder + Static Core Continuous 30-Second Circuit Version 2.0

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Speed Ladder + Static Core Continuous 30-Second Circuit Version 2.0 By Sarah Rippel, Author of Build ‘N Burn   One of my favorite things about being a fitness professional is the fact that it gives me a creative outlet. I can take what I know about human movement, strength training, energy systems, and programming and make it my own, while ultimately shaping the experience around the goals of each person I train. When you have a firm grasp of the principles, you can create an environment Read more [...]

Ascending/Descending Ladder Circuits (KB/BW 4-Wk Progressive Workouts)

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Ascending /Descending Ladder Circuits (KB/BW 4-Wk Progressive Workouts)  by Dave Randolph  creator of Spartan Warrior Challenge and 101 Conditioning Circuits   Here are two sets of workouts with 4 set/rep variations each which can be done weekly (as I have laid it out) or you may choose to do them every other day. The first workout utilizes ladders. Ladders mean you go up or down in reps each set rather than keeping the reps the same across all sets. Ascending ladders go up, for example, Read more [...]

The Top Three Benefits of Boot Camp Periodization Training

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The Top Three Benefits of Boot Camp Periodization Training by Georgette Pann   If you run boot camps for athletes, then you’ve probably used periodization training to be sure they reach peak performance for their most important competitions.   But what about if you’re running fitness boot camps for the average person who wants to lose weight and get in shape?   You see, a lot of fitness boot camp instructors focus on providing a fun, challenging environment. That’s Read more [...]

Making the Most of Warm-Ups for SGT

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Making the Most of Warm-Ups By Sarah Rippel -Author of Build N Burn I have been incorporating basic barbell lifting into my small group training program for over four years, which coincides somewhat with me bringing my groups indoors. This is also a reflection of my retiring from the sport of triathlon in the summer of 2013 and returning to my true love: lifting. I was a bodybuilder and figure competitor back in the day, competing in my first show in the fall of 1996 and hanging up my bikini and Read more [...]