HS boys getting a leg up on their competition!
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You don’t need to know what -itis it is that is bothering your elbow or forearm to take advantage of the compression tack & floss method.
1) Restores sliding surfaces of the compressed and regional tissues being wrapped. (Like Self Inflicted ART)
2) Pushes swelling out of joints/tissues when used to treat in this way.
3) Re-perfuses tissues that have poor blood flow
4) Creates flexion gapping at joints like the elbow restoring normal joint motion.
Warmup: 50 Jumping Jacks 250M Row 4 x 30ft – High knees, high heels, frog hops, walking lunges Spend 15 minutes with a partner with the compression bands on your elbow and forearm, similar to yesterday but using the above video as a guide for how to really hit the corners of the range of motion. Conditioning: 5 x 4 minute intervals 6 Hang Power Snatch 95/65 (Int: 65/45, Beg: 45/25) 7 Front Squats (Same weight as above) 8 Burpees Try to go fast enough to get minimum of 1:1 work to rest ratio Cool Down: 1) Banded shoulder complex – 4 stretches, 30 sec each arm 2) Kneeling Hamstring Stretch – 30 sec each leg 3) T-Spine double LAX ball – 10 x snow angels in 3 positions 4) Partner Triceps smash on racked barbell