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GamePlan for Success:Speed Training Dynamic Warm Up

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Speed training requires proper warm-up to prepare for the workout session. Speed training is an intensive neuromuscular activity. Proper preparation is required for successful outcome and injury …

Speed training requires proper warm-up to prepare for the workout session. Speed training is an intensive neuromuscular activity. Proper preparation is required for successful outcome and injury prevention. Gear For Success: Athlete Wellness GamePlan


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  • 1. Speed Training GamePlan for Success “ Success demands singleness of purpose” - Coach Lombardi Randy Bauer PT, ATC Bauer Physical Therapy [email_address] www. bauerpt .com
  • 2. Preview
    • Physical Training
    • Periodization Training
    • System Considerations
    • Testing Considerations
    • Dynamic Warm-up
    • Speed Considerations
    • Sprint Technique
    • Conditioning
    Randy Bauer PT, ATC Bauer Physical Therapy [email_address] www. bauerpt .com
  • 3. Dynamic Warm-Up
    • Dynamic Warm-UP
      • Movement preparation
      • Increase mobility
      • Sport/Position-specific
      • Injury Prevention
    Ankle-Knee-Hip Mobility [email_address] .com www. bauerpt .com
  • 4. Dynamic Warm-Up
    • Combine Core (Mat)
      • Single leg bridges
      • SKTC w/ alternate leg reach
      • Hip Sweeps
      • LE Cross-over
      • Lateral Lunge
    • SmartBell
      • Dynamic Warm-up
      • Pre-Weight Training
      • Pre-Speed Training
    [email_address] .com www. bauerpt .com
  • 5. Dynamic Warm-up
    • Movement Based
      • Walking Drills
        • Knee to chest
        • Lunges (lateral, forward, diagonal)
        • Hip Rotation(Fwd to Bkwd, Bkwd to Fwd)
      • Slow Jog
        • Butt kicks
        • High Knees
        • A-Skips/ B-Skips
        • Carioca
        • Hop-Hop (Tuck Jump)
        • Skip Bounds
        • Lateral Hurdle Drills
    [email_address] .com www. bauerpt .com