Here’s a Quick Rundown of the Videos in Each Section:
Pillars of Power Education
- What is Power Training?
- Why Power Training Isn’t Just for Athletes
- Performance U Perspectives on Olympic Lifting
- The Unique Benefits of Ballistic Training
- The 3 Pillars of Power
- The 3 Stage Teaching Progression
- Understanding Explosive vs Plyometric Power Exercises
- The Two Types of Power Training Exercises
- Coaching Suggestions and General Guidelines
- Total Body Power Training
Power Training Exercises
- 15 of the top vertical/diagonal power exercises
- 7 of the top horizontal power exercises
- 5 of the top rotational power exercises
Each of the exercise videos comes with a complete breakdown and demonstration of the teaching progressions. That gives you up to 66 different exercises and progressions to use with your clients.
Bonus #1: Top Dynamic Effort Exercises for Non-Powerlifters
These are for the trainer who is limited by space or the facility they train at doesn’t allow for medicine ball throws. Or they can be added to a training program to add for more explosive work that’s easier on the joints.
You’ll discover how to add variety to your client’s training programs while still giving them benefits that power training provides.
These are easy to learn and allow you to implement quickly for fast results. This 4 video series will give you everything you need to know about using this type of training in your programs.
Bonus #2: Contrast Training
If you’re tight on time in your training sessions or want to add more variety to your programs this is a great addition. Contrast training involves using a standard strength lift and adding an unloaded explosive movement after you complete it.
This is perfect for the fitness or weight loss client. You can increase work capacity during a session with this method.
Get access to Nick’s favorite contrast training combinations and understand when and how to use them in this 6 part video series.
Bonus #3: When To Use Power Training In Your Workouts
It’s been mentioned before, but you can’t randomly put power exercises in your client's programs and expect to get the specific results they (and you) want.
It’s critical that you understand how to apply your new knowledge in your client’s programs so that you quickly become their favorite trainer.
Nick shows you how to apply power training based on your client’s specific goals. This allows for an endless variety of program options to keep your clients motivated and excited about training.