Meer talks about his experience as a strength and conditioning coach, sharing words from his mentors and giving you insight into the development of rotational movement patterns in combat athletes.
Guest Bio - Meer Awny
Meer is a strength and conditioning coach of combat athletes at Ethos Performance in Sydney, Australia.
In this episode we discuss
A hierarchy of importance when developing strength qualities through rotation.
Where and when rotational work should be introduced to your program.
How to periodise programming, a peak for events, and incorporating ballistic exercises in preparation for competitions.
Progression of exercises in the rotational ballistic continuum
Prevention of injuries due to the introduction of complex ballistic exercises.
Basic exercises you can start with to improve your anti-rotation strength, stability through range and power through complex rotational movements.
Where is this industry going?
What place do strength and conditioning coaches play ten years from now?
Links and Resources
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