The Supine Row, or Inverted Row as it is often referred to, adds a body weight pulling movement to the progression.
The Supine Row Hold is an isometric exercise that is a great follow-up to the Band Bent-Over Neck Pull.
Today we are introducing the Band-Bent Over Neck Pull. This is a good starting point in the body weight pullup progression as it negates the effect of gravity.
World 50m Freestyle Champion Bill Pilczuk stops by to share 4 tips for how to develop an unstoppable start.
With the added load of the bar on your back, focus on your balance, especially on the downward movement of the squat.
Welcome to day 4 of the Building Blocks progression powered by BridgeAthletic.
The split squat will target the stabilizers, as well as the major lower-extremity muscle groups.
The BW Squat is an excellent introduction to squat mobility and form. Work on developing strength by increasing repetitions.
The wall squat acts a foundation for developing the squat with a focus on form and stability. Wall support aids in form development, while time can be used as variable for increased difficulty.
In this intense 20 minute Vinyasa flow yoga practice, we focus on stretching these regions of the legs that tend to be tight in swimmers. (Featured image: Rebecca Soni)
Day 5 – Building Blocks Progression powered by BridgeAthletic: Today we introduce our most technical variation of the pushup, The Kneeling Spiderman Pushup.
Day 4 – Building Blocks Progression powered by BridgeAthletic: Today’s exercise is an alteration of the pushup that tests even the best athletes. Make sure you and your athletes master the previous day before proceeding!
For swimmers the off-season is usually a short respite after a long year of training. Here are 4 questions for swimmers to ask themselves before embarking on a fresh year of swimming.
Day 3, Building Blocks progression powered by BridgeAthletic: The pushup adds stability and mobility work for shoulders with a longer lever and promotes enhanced fingertip to toe connection and stability.