12 Nov Horsepower
Horsepower Is A 12 Week Power Development, Strength & Conditioning Training Program And Manual
- More Explosive Power
- More Speed
- More Strength
- More Horsepower
- Empower Your Performance Now
Horsepower is on the top of every athletes wish list. Every athlete needs to be able to generate as much instant power as possible and sustain it for as long as possible. You want to be a step ahead of your competition, no matter what level you are on. There is always room for improvement and you can always be better. As a result of this want, you must train harder than you already are. You must train smarter. There is a want to be stronger, faster, more powerful. You want Horsepower.
What Is Horsepower?
Horsepower is a 12 week, high intensity, high volume, power development, strength resistance and conditioning training program. The program is specifically designed for athletes involved in Power Sports. Individuals that are seeking an improvement in Explosive Power, Overall Strength and Work Capacity.
Horsepower is not just a training program, it is also a Training Manual. It covers and educates you in essential, keys areas in developing Explosive Power and Conditioning. In this EBook, you will discover:
- Complex Training
- Post Activation Potentiation (pap)
- Prilepins Chart
- Interval Weight Training (iwt)
Each and every week alternates. There are 3 gym based Power Development/Strength Resistance sessions and 1 Complimentary gym based conditioning session in the form of and IWT (Interval Weight Training) per week. Every session, every day and every week consist of different exercises and different exercise combinations. This type of exercise rotation prevents Accommodation and increases Muscle Stimulus.
What Is Accommodation?
Accommodation causes your performance to stagnate or decrease. This occurs when you do the same exercises and exercise combinations every time you train. This program is constantly varied and prevents accommodation.
Knowledge is power. But when applied incorrectly, it can lead to regression, setbacks and injury. It is at this critical point where things can take a dramatic turn. Do things right and you progress and improve. Do things wrong and you regress and make things worse.
The majority of athletes do not know where to start. Training is the best part because it’s fun. However, before you get started you must go through a checklist. This may not be fun but it is an absolute necessity. You must build a solid foundation in order to have a solid structure. The exact same applies to athletic performance development.
The exercises used in this program are Functional, Specific and contain Olympic Style Variant Exercises. They target the main muscle groups and focus on making the body function as an entire unit. All exercises are focused around core stability, an absolute essential aspect of a functional strength-conditioning program.
About The Author
Dave Handcock is a Strength & Conditioning Coach, Owner of Hybrid Fitness & Performance and a member of Lykorgos.
A lifetime student of the human body, he has worked with a variety sports teams as a Strength & Conditioning Specialist including the Senior Ireland Rugby League team and as Elite Performance Manager for Rugby League Ireland. He now coaches athletes, special operators, and like-minded individuals out of his high performance training facility in Ashbourne, Co. Meath.