Posts tagged "core training"
Medicine Ball Training: Strengthen Your Core & Enhance Stability

Medicine Ball Training: Strengthen Your Core & Enhance Stability

The medicine ball training exercises improve the athlete’s body control, balance, stability, coordination and strengthen the core. Because of the various benefits of the medicine ball training exercises the athletes will have better agility on the court, more powerful shots and improved shot accuracy. Therefore, it is recommended to regularly incorporate the medicine ball training...
Core Training Workout for Beginners

Core Training Workout for Beginners

The core training workout for beginners consists of 5 strength for performance training exercises that can be used during the Skill Acquisition training phase. The goal is for the athlete to learn proper exercise execution, enhance core strength, improve energy transfer and develop glycolytic energy pathways. You can use the core training workout to prepare...
New Product Review - Dual Landmine Core Trainer

New Product Review – Dual Landmine Core Trainer

The Dual Landmine Core Trainer is a double barrel ground-based core training tool that allows you to develop total body & core strength and power, especially via rotational exercises, for athletes of all skill levels. The solid, easy-to-setup adjustable landmine core trainer is a must-have training tool because you can do dual-bar movements, train in...
4 Challenging Landmine Exercise That Will Strengthen Your Core

4 Challenging Landmine Exercise That Will Strengthen Your Core

Watch the video where Philipp Halfmann introduces 4 challenging landmine exercise that will strengthen your core. The workout consists of four asymmetrically loaded lunging or squat exercises challenging the core. Training the core is essential for energy transfer efficiency because the core contains many “links in the kinetic chain” and hence strengthening the trunk region...
Alternating Single Leg Med Ball Trunk Rotations

Alternating Single Leg Med Ball Trunk Rotations

The Alternating Single Leg Med Ball Trunk Rotations is a balance exercise for pro athletes to activate the core and improve body control, balance and coordination. Core activation, body control, balance and coordination are important during stroke production and hence should be emphasized regularly during training to gain performance improvements. If you like more information...
Alternating Diagonal Lunge MB Trunk Rotations

Alternating Diagonal Lunge MB Trunk Rotations

The Alternating Diagonal Lunge MB Trunk Rotations is a balance exercise for pro athletes to activate the core and improve body control, balance and coordination. Core activation, body control, balance and coordination are important during stroke production and hence should be emphasized regularly during training to gain performance improvements. If you like more information on...
Single Leg MB Trunk Rotations

Single Leg MB Trunk Rotations

The Single Leg MB Trunk Rotations is a balance exercise for pro athletes to activate the core and improve body control, balance and coordination. Core activation, body control, balance and coordination are important during stroke production and hence should be emphasized regularly during training to gain performance improvements. If you like more information on core...
Diagonal Lunge Med Ball Trunk Rotations

Diagonal Lunge Med Ball Trunk Rotations

The Diagonal Lunge Med Ball Trunk Rotations is a balance exercise for advanced athletes to activate the core and improve body control, balance and coordination. Core activation, body control, balance and coordination are important during stroke production and hence should be emphasized regularly during training to gain performance improvements. If you like more information on...
Medicine Ball Trunk Rotations

Medicine Ball Trunk Rotations

The Medicine Ball Trunk Rotations is a balance exercise for beginners to activate the core and improve body control, balance and coordination. Core activation, body control, balance and coordination are important during stroke production and hence should be emphasized regularly during training to gain performance improvements. If you like more information on core training, including...