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Off Season Training for the Triathlete
. @sheri_jo_sbr is a high level triathlete, and like any athlete, has had her share of tweaks over the course of the last few seasons. As such, it’s important to attack those deficiencies which set her up to those tweaks.
These are a few samples of what we were working on in our last session.
Runners should Deadlift! You don’t have to Deadlift with barbells or from the floor, but if you can learn to Deadlift with spine and knee sparing technique, it will decrease your chance of developing issues with the hips.
Banded Pull downs are great for lat development (so important for swimming) and the unilateral pulls help integrate the obliques nicely.
Maybe even more important than strong stable hips, is strong well functioning obliques; enter Rotating Side Planks. There have been very few overuse running or swimming injuries I’ve seen that couldn’t be traced back to poor oblique function.
Challenging strength and coordination with a push pull, targeting the Lats. This Landmine press with banded Pull down surprised Sheri by how much the obliques where challenged.
Train smart. Attack your weaknesses. If you need help, let me know! In house and online restorative programming is now available!
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