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Runners 1

Target Area This exercise will work many muscles on the front of the chest, upper arm, thighs & hips. Doing this exercise with one arm and one leg  (versus two arms and legs at the same time) engages more of the muscles of the core, hips, spine and shoulders to[…][…]

Forward Lunge w Press

Target Area This exercise will work many muscles on the front and top of the shoulders, back of the upper arm, thighs & hips. Proper Technique Use slow controlled movements. Never let the band jerk your arm, leg or body around uncontrollably. Band Resistance Start with the lightest band (grey)[…][…]

Plank w Hip Flexion

Target Area This exercise will work many muscles on the front of the chest, back of the upper arm, thighs & hips. Doing this exercise engages many of the core muscles (abs, back, hips, spine and shoulders) to hold your body position and stay balanced. Proper Technique Use slow controlled[…][…]

Assisted Backwards Lunge

Target Area This exercise will work many muscles on the back of the shoulders, back, upper arm, thighs & hips. Doing this exercise with one leg  (versus two legs at the same time) engages more of the muscles of the core, hips, spine and shoulders to hold your body position[…][…]

Single Leg RDL

Target Area This exercise will work many muscles on the back of the shoulders, back muscles, upper arm, thighs & hips. Doing this exercise with one arm and one leg  (versus two arms and legs at the same time) engages more of the muscles of the core, hips, spine and[…][…]

Plank w Pull

Target Area This exercise will work many muscles on the front of the chest, front of the upper arm, thighs & hips. Doing this exercise engages many of the core muscles (abs, back, hips, spine and shoulders) to hold your body position and stay balanced. Proper Technique Use slow controlled[…][…]

Side Lunge w Turn

Target Area This exercise will work many muscles on the front of the chest, back of the upper arm, thighs & side of the hips. Doing this exercise with one arm  (versus two arms at the same time) engages more of the muscles of the core, hips, spine and shoulders[…][…]

Assisted Squat w Band

Target Area This exercise will work many muscles on the front of the back, upper arm, thighs & hips. Proper Technique Use slow controlled movements. Never let the band jerk your arm, leg or body around uncontrollably. Band Resistance Start with the lightest band (grey) and if you can easily[…][…]

Shot Put Instructions

Powercore360 Product Shot Put Instructions   Warm-Up Warm-up for 5-10 minutes ensuring that you have adequately warmed your muscles and joints. If you are sweating then you’re core termperature has increased and you should be ready to go. Step #1 – Hip & Shoulder Separation Thoracic Spine Mobility Right Shoulder[…]

How Hip and Shoulder Separation Improve Rotational Hitting and Throwing Performance

Improving performance in rotational sports, such as hitting and throwing, demands effective use of specific core muscles. Effective use of these muscles can automatically increase body torque, bat or arm speed, and power. Ineffective use impedes attaining these desired goals. Rotational power increases with improved hip and shoulder separation. An[…]