THE BOX JUMP Don’t deny it, you know you love them. The box jump is a metabolic conditioning exercise where the athlete stands in front of a box and then proceeds to jump on top of the box with both feet at the same time. Once standing fully upright on the box with hips open, […]
THE BOX STEP-UP The box step-up is a lower body exercise where the athlete stands in front of a box and then proceeds to step up onto the box one leg at a time. Once standing fully upright on the box with hips open, the athlete then steps down one foot at a time to
THE KETTLEBELL SWING The kettlebell swing is a great exercise to build strength in the legs and core muscles. To perform the kettlebell swing, the athlete stands with feet about hip width apart while reaching down to grab the kettlebell off the ground. Once holding onto the kettlebell, the athlete pushes the kettlebell back between
ROWING Rowing is a fantastic metabolic conditioning exercise where the athlete simulates rowing in a water craft on a rowing machine. The proper rowing motion consists of the athlete starting in a tucked position with knees bent toward the chest, the back upright, and hands holding onto the handle. The athlete then pulls the handle
THE WALL BALL The wall ball is a compound movement where the athlete holds a medicine ball while performing a front squat, and then as the athlete comes out of the front squat position, he/she uses a push press motion to throw the medicine ball overhead and subsequently hit a target up on the wall.
RUNNING Running. Well, we are pretty sure you’ve got this one down, so we’ll leave it at that. OK kidding. But seriously, running is the most fundamental metabolic conditioning movement in the history of man, in the history of space and time. It also is one of the most intense metabolic conditioning exercises you can