Ds Performance - Strength & Conditioning Training Program For Rugby, Power, Amateur
A 12 week strength & conditioning training program for Rugby, focusing on power development for an amateur level. DS Performance have created an exclusive series of sport specific, strength & conditioning training programmes that have underpinning, evidence based training methods, which have been put in place to improve your performance for all ages and abilities. All programmes have been designed...
Paperback: 24 pages
Publisher: CreateSpace Independent Publishing Platform (December 2, 2016)
Product Dimensions: 8.5 x 0.1 x 11 inches
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to develop each specific performance variable through the progression of intensity and volume. Along with your training program this book contains a supporting guide to mobility training. This guide uses myofascial release, static stretching and activation work to mobilise the major body parts used in training. It has been put in place to increase your mobility, it can also be used to support your warm-ups and cool downs. To aid your training, we also included a series of tables to create your lifting percentages. These tables will help you work out your working percentages from 40%-95%. The tables are broken down into 5% loads, all in kilograms, ranging from 10kg-300kg All programmes by DS Performance are 12 weeks in duration, we recommend that you do two, six week training blocks, with a de-loading week between the two training blocks. This will allow the body to recover, prepare you for the second training phase and reduce any risk of injury. The physical requirements for Rugby are more specific to each position, but in the modern game all players now need to be more dynamic and mobile, so they can cover more of the pitch. Since Rugby became a professional game, aspects such as size, speed, strength and power have become very important. The conditioning element for an elite player is so important now due to it can reduce injuries sustained through heavy collisions. This is why our programmes have been designed to develop the key physical attributes for Rugby. Covering the essential physical aspects to Rugby is just as important as putting the time in on the pitch. Choose your current training level, Amateur, Intermediate and Advanced for the variable you would like to train and progress your way up to "Advanced" to really improve your performance. The three levels, Amateur, Intermediate and Advanced represents more your current training age, experience and skill level. Because weight training and other training methods have a completely different set of skills required when lifting and training correctly, compared to your sport. DS Performance training programmes are written to run alongside a skill/sport specific based training plan. DS Performance programmes provide sessions for 3 days of training a week, to alternate between your skill/sport specific training sessions. DS Performance has selected five of the most important physical performance variables/attributes for each of the sports that are essential in developing your performance. DS Performance strength & conditioning training programmes have been written for 20 of the most popular sports globally, the sports selected have a wide range of physical attributes and together we have targeted the primary performance variables, to develop them for increases in your personal performance. DS Performance has been developed to bring elite training methods to everyone, from all levels of sporting ability. The mission of DS Performance is to make training programmes utilised by professional athletes available to all sporting enthusiasts and performers. DS Performance are providing you with training programmes designed by ex-Team GB athletes and coaching staff that have the practical and applied experience through a wide range of individual and team based sports. Combined with the vast experience an International athlete has on training and peak performance, who also are qualified to a minimum of Post Graduate level, in the form of Masters Degrees in Sport Science, Strength & Conditioning.