- Main GoalSports Performance
- Workout TypeFull Body
- Training LevelBeginner
- Program Duration12 weeks
- Days Per Week3
- Time Per Workout30-60 minutes
- Equipment RequiredBarbell, Bodyweight, Other
- Target Gender Male & Female
- Recommended Supps
- Workout PDF Download Workout
Enhancing your athletic performance doesn’t have to be a guessing game or something left only to elite athletes.
Whether you play a team sport like volleyball, hockey, or soccer – or you focus your skills on individual sports like swimming, boxing, or skiing – the fundamental components that make you a winning athlete are the same.
Power is essential for scoring goals and is equally as important in field events like shot put, discus and javelin – where results are purely based on distance.
Make your kicks, throws, jumps, or spikes more explosive – and more effective - by improving your power.
Power. One word with so much meaning in the world of sport.
This athletic weight training workout will target all your muscle groups to help you build your power and take your performance to the next level.
Just imagine, winning time and time again.
Perform the designated number of reps for each exercise in each compound set with no rest between exercises.
Once finished, rest 2-3 minutes. Complete each compound set 4 times before moving on to the next compound set.
This workout can be completed 1-3 times per week, on non-consecutive days.
|A1. Barbell Jump Squat||4||8|
|A2. Single Leg Lateral Box Jump||-||8 Each|
|A3. Alternating Lunge Jump||-||8|
|B1. Bosu Power Push Up||4||8|
|B2. Inverted Speed Row||-||8|
|B3. Landmine Rotation||-||8 Each|
Fuel and recover from your workouts by checking out the recommended supplements listed at the top of this workout page or in the free downloadable workout PDF.
You don’t have to be a world-class athlete to appreciate that you play the game to win.
Use this workout to help take your training to the next level and increase your athletic performance.
Is it counterproductive to do this power training routine with a 3 day a week weight training routine?
Not at all. Feel free to do so and let us know how it goes for you.