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It’s time to kick the quds into high gear. Our plyometric and strength program involves timing and tempo requiring a high degree of intensity and repetition. This combination of plyometric and strength training is optimal for maximum results and progressively challenging routines. It requires consistency and there is a primary focus on form and function through these movements. They are ski specific, it will burn, and it will reduce your chances of those first days aches and strains.
A sport requiring a huge degree of body control means you need to have the core engaged and be able to wrangle high velocities making turns throughout the entire run. Fatigue is one of the highest predictors of injury. When we are fatigued, form breaks down, and we begin to cheat the run. It is easy to do, and it is more often than not when things and injuries happen. This plan is heavy on the core and balance training. It is dependent on patterns and consistency, especially on fatigue. If you’re looking for maximum results in minimum time, this plan works. It ain’t easy. But, isn't that kinda the point. It’s time to get it moving.
There is no replacement for not having the endurance to finish a day let alone finish a run. Conditioning is a large component of the plan. Simple, repeatable patterns that will build your endurance up over the weeks. Look, Rome was not built in a day. And I am a firm believer that the tortoise wins the race, especially as it relates to your strength and performance plan. That being said, we will start to ramp up intensity, timing and tempo over the duration of this plan. From our side, we are looking to PREVENT injuries. Our mission is safe training, consistent training and increasing endurance and conditioning throughout the course of the program design. SO, while I do like kicking ya intot the deep end of the pool, we are going to build you up over the course of the plan. Slow and steady wins this race. Have I used enough cliches in this paragraph?
This is a 10-12 week plan. A minimum requirement if we were going into the season, I would plot 8 weeks of consistent training with zero missed workouts and a comprehensive overview and program design. That being said, I’m planning on 10-12 knowing we all have lives, we all have jobs, and not every week is going to be the same. I get it. Shit does happen. BUT, it is still the vision, the attitude and the plan that makes this thing work… At Vice Athletics, we create powerful and indestructible humans!