Failing to Prepare is Preparing to Fail – Part 7

Hi All,

I haven’t done one of these in a while, and I have been getting A LOT of questions lately about people wanting to make their conditioning more efficient, and get more out of what they set-up etc. So I thought I would post a view videos and talk about one of my favorite ways of doing it.

Failing to prepare is preparing to fail - conditioning series - part #7

One of my favorite methods is to take a panel mat out for each set of two gymnasts so they can share. Then pick 10 leg exercises, 10 arm exercises, and 10 ab exercises that they can do either with the use of the panel mat, or on the floor. I like to set numbers low enough that they can get through the entire circuit of 30 exercises twice. It’s a great way to make sure you are hitting all major body parts (you can throw back in with abs if you want), and to get it done without the kids having to move from station to station.

Here are three examples of leg exercises to add:

Train hard!

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