For new Personal Trainers programming, slow and controlled exercises (like bodybuilding exercises) into a CrossFit WOD can be challenging. Paul explains how it’s done and provides examples with some popular static movements like the TRX Plank.
Paul’s Top 10 Articles on Writing a Workout Plan
Everything you need to know about writing a Kick-Ass Workout Plan. Balancing, Frequency, Periodization, and More. Plus Choose from 60 Pre-made Workout Plans. When it comes to getting a Workout Plan, there are main four options:
Strength Training Foundation Movements
There are 8 basic strength movements: the Squat, Lunge, Hinge, Push, Pull, Arc/Hollow, Twist/Resist Twist, and Gait. We’ll cover these techniques and discuss the proper form to do them safely. We’ll also discuss various techniques to test muscle function by selecting members from the audience, and demonstrating how to test for proper neural control of muscles, and how to utilize strength training to restore and improve muscle function.
CrossFit Vs Orange Theory: Battle of the Orange Heart Rate Zone
We break down the differences between Orange Theory and CrossFit. Plus we’ll explain how you can do these style workouts at home or with your personal trainer.