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Strength for Snowboard 2

By Pedro Bernardes

Experience
Intermediate (2-3 years)
Time
81 minutes/day | 4 days/week | 4 weeks
Good for
Women's Athletic Performance, Men's Athletic Performance, Women's Gain Strength, Men's Gain Strength
Equipment
Barbell, Bodyweight, Cable, Dumbbell, Exercise Ball, Other
Description

This is a Workout for recreational snowboarders that like to enjoy the activity when they have the chance. This will help you keep in shape for the activity so you can perform better and avoid injuries. 

Snowboard is a sport characterized, in it's general sense, by sliding down hill in a strait or curve line. Your legs, feet and torso will do much of the work, your knees will work as a cushion in the impacts and direction changes which means you have to have lots of stability in your legs and core. Your arms sometimes will be used, specially to help you change direction or to rotate, which means your core has to be strong.    

To gain strength is to develop the ability to support and move higher loads than before by recruiting more muscle fibers and to use them more effectively for a short period of time.  

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Workout Overview

Week 1

Physiological effect: Morphological gains. Increase in muscle strength by recruiting more muscle fibers, resulting in the development of stability and  balance.

Training characteristics: Full body split workout to increase major muscle intra and inter coordination for specific tasks and muscles for Snowboard.

Tempo: 2''/2'' (Concentric and Eccentric parts of the movement)

Rest between workouts: 24 to 48 hours

Increase load on 2, 3 and 4 Set


Date Created: 2/8/2019, UTC


Last Updated: 9/12/2020, UTC

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