Power Strength Training
Training with weights helps you gain many advantages over the competition and this workout program doesn't disappoint. Based on the Bigger Faster Stronger platform, you will...
Work on your Core Lifts (Bench Press, Squat, deadlifts, and power or hang cleans)
Develop strength through Auxiliary Lifts
Work on Stretching with the 1-2-3-4 Flexibility program
Gain record strength with the differentiated sets and reps technique.
*Weight Equipment is Required*
Bars, Collars, Half Rack, Bench, Bumper Plates, and spotter.
Advantages of Power
Weight training is a common type of strength training for developing the strength and size of skeletal muscles. It utilizes the force of gravity in the form of weighted bars, dumbbells or weight stacks in order to oppose the force generated by muscle through concentric or eccentric contraction. Weight training uses a variety of specialized equipment to target specific muscle groups and types of movement.
Muscle torches Fat
Be better at your sport
Beat the risk of Diabetes
A Healthier Heart
Prevents back pain
Improves mental health
Doesn't make you too bulky
Your diet will improve
Each Power Program consists of 12 weeks of both In-Season and Off-Season workouts. With this in mind, you will be able to choose which season you are in for your category.
In-Season workouts are less intense, but still offer the advantages of continued growth without being too sore for a game or practice.
While the Off-Season workouts create the Beast you want to be on the field, court, ring, track, or forest. This is where CHAMPIONS are made and with the increased intensity of the workouts, you will know that you are doing everything possible to be that Beast you desire.
Just remember, if it was easy everyone would be doing it. How hard is your competition training? Are you doing everything you can to be the CHAMPION you desire?
Only YOU can answer those questions.
Strength training is now a supplement to your sports season. Strength training still needs to be incorporated into your season, but train after practice or early in the morning if you have a late practice. This will preserve your energy and neurological responses so you can still play at your best.
During the In-Season training, your workouts will consist more on unloaded speed work, dynamic exercises, and lower training volume. Also, with the CBH Sports Performance program, you will also work on mobility and foam rolling exercises because your connective tissue and joints will degrade some during the season and we want to prevent injury.
Lift heavy. This is the best time to build functional muscle, gain weight and acclimate your body and joints to carrying a heavier load.
Since you don't have to be overly concerned about soreness and overtraining, you can push your body harder. You can also incorporate slow negatives (i.e., eccentric training) and isometric holds, which are extreme strength builders but are too stressful to perform during the season.
During the Off-Season you will also incorporate Speed, Agility, and Quickness (SAQ) to your 12 weeks based on your category. This program may be repeated to reach that peak performance you desire.
Maybe you are not looking for a In-Season or Off-Season workout plan, maybe you just want to get stronger. This plan will do that too. Again, with this personalized plan, you will gain the strength you desire to be a powerlifter, weightlifter, or just get stronger for life. Now, you have the plan and the coach to help you get there.
How to perform the bench press...
- Lie face up on a bench. Place your hands approximately 11/2 times shoulder width apart.
- Take the weight so it sits over your chest.
- Lower the bar under control down towards your chest.
- As the bar touches your chest lift back up to the top position.
- keep your butt, back and head in contact with the bench at all times.