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What is Athleticism?
Being able to control and have kinesthetic awareness of one’s body position is essential, especially in the arena of sports and child rearing. Athlete’s must be strong, powerful, coordinated and agile. They must be able to adapt to the given conditions of their sport.
How To Train It!
Bring out your inner athlete. These go-to EQualizer bodyweight movements that will have you mimicking an athlete out on an obstacle course. You will push, pull, jump, go lateral, crawl and even some running mechanics! The added benefit is you will melt unwanted body fat like butter and be ready to conquer whatever life throws your way!
Todd is a strength and conditioning coach
that specializes in sports performance
training, hardstyle kettlebells and
obstacle course/mud run racing.
Besides being a Lebert Fitness Instructor, Todd wears many hats.
He is a StrongFirst Team Leader Elite, a Master Instructor for Spartan Race, a Spartan Running Specialist, a Spartan Obstacle Specialist, a father of two, a football coach, a foodie, a beekeeper, a presenter, an author, a beer aficionado, and is known as “The RED Gorilla.”
What sums up Todd best is that he is a coach’s coach. He enjoys passing knowledge down and helping anyone ready to improve their fitness or their coaching abilities. He believes in training the whole body from your fingertips to your toes to optimize athleticism. Todd has over twenty years of coaching experience and utilizes modalities such as body weight, kettlebells, barbells, MONSTA tires, sledgehammers, sandbags, suspension training, speed and agility drills, and even strongman equipment. He currently resides in New Hampshire, USA with his wife, two children and two dogs. Todd can be found @the_red_gorilla on Instagram where he shares many training tips and ideas utilizing minimal equipment. You can also visit him on his website CoachCambio.com to see where he will be teaching his upcoming courses.
For each workout, set a timer for 40 seconds of movement and 20 seconds of rest or joint rotation. You can make it easier by adjusting intervals to 30 seconds of work and 30 seconds of rest. The goal is to complete 3-4 rounds, with time for stretching at the end.
Lebert EQualizers are the most stable bars without sacrificing the benefits of instability. With over 100 body-weight strength exercises for the beginner to the advanced, this high-quality functional fitness dip stand station with stabilizing challenger bars is perfect for full body bodyweight resistance exercises such as dips, push and pull ups, l-sits, knee and leg raises, stretches and more.
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Try the other workouts in our Fitness Fundamentals for Beginners 1
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