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Workout examples for Coaches, Parents, Teachers and Officials.
There is no better time to role model healthy lifestyle choices than right now. Build yourself up at the same time.
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Coaches, Parents, Educators, Officials, Athletes….
The time is now to be the role model with prioritizing our health. A big part of that is getting our regular activity in.
As we continue to go through shutdowns and limited access to facilities, I often get asked what are best things to do?
(Many ignore the strength training part. We ignore working on mobility either because we think we need special equipment (strength training) or special knowledge (mobility). Equipment can make the process easier, but what happens if you don’t have much? (Like during a lockdown)
We cover that here in a 3 part answer to the question of what are the best things to do?
Keep it simple.
consistency. Doing something daily is more important than anything else. It is less about what we do, and more about how often we do it (as long as it is safe! )
examples provided below.
Here are 3 different workouts you can do with very little equipment, with and without your student athletes.
Thanks to our friends at AthleticOver40.com
These are workouts that you can do anywhere and some guidance provided on how to make harder or easier.
1. Mobility and warm up proper push up and bodyweight squat and balance drill.
2. Very simple warm up and strength work
3. Some physical maintenance, iso holds, ladder work and weighted carries.