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July 2014

July 2014


A Full Lower Body Workout

by: Rob Biasotti
Strength and Conditioning Coach, St. Thomas Aquinas High School (FL)
© July 2014

For our complete lower body workout, we have six rotating stations. Over the course of our training period, we begin with joint and postural stabilization and then conclude with training to express force quickly. The primary goal in this phase is strength endurance, joint and posture stabilization, and a strict focus on technique. Just because you’re in one phase does not mean that components of other phases will not be present. We always warm up and do core, stretch, and/or meditation at the end of each workout.
    All stations, besides stations two and six, call for weight loads allowing the athlete to perform between eight and twelve reps with a controlled slow temp. Anything over 12 reps requires an increase in load and anything under 8 reps requires a decrease in loads. Stations two and six are explosive elasti....The full article can only be seen by subscribers.
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