Connecting Training Principles with Implementation: Leg Transition Chop.

training outcomes Apr 26, 2020

Creating an exercise to match intent. The intent of the exercise is to transition from leg to leg working on frontal plane mechanics.

* The chop will assist in centering over a leg: stacking the nose over the zipper line, over the knee, over the big toe.

Training Principle: All athletic skill acquisition includes the ability to transition from leg to leg; gait, skating, throwing a ball, or changing direction (push mechanics).

Guided Experience: What was that like? How did that feel? Where do you feel your weight? Why do you think this is important?

Focused Attention: Arch of the foot.

* Client accomplished a personal record weight in the Trap Bar Deadlift šŸ’Ŗ which was an externally focused activity. To finish the session, we turned to thinking about the body and feeling muscles in specific areas, which was an internally focused activity.

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