Rotator cuff

  • Squat & diagonal lift

    The squat & diagonal lift is three dimensional compound exercise to develop total body strength.

  • Lunge & row

    The lunge & row is an advanced compound exercise. This exercise develops total body strength and power.

  • Romanian deadlift & row

    The Romanian deadlift & row is a compound exercise (combining the Romanian deadlift and the barbell row), suitable for all levels of training. This exercise targets the entire posterior chain: hamstrings, glutes, the lower and upper back muscles. During the in-season when training time is limited this compound exercise can save time.

  • Single-leg Romanian deadlift & pull

    The single-leg Romanian deadlift & row is a compound exercise (combining the single-leg Romanian deadlift with the one-arm row) that emphasizes the cross-body connection even more. This exercise targets the entire posterior chain: hamstrings, glutes, the lower and upper back muscles. It is suitable for intermediate and advanced levels of training.
     

  • Staggered-stance Romanian deadlift & pull

    The staggered-stance Romanian deadlift targets the entire posterior chain and is suitable for all fitness levels. The staggered-stance Romanian deadlift & pull requires less balance and stability than a single-leg stance and is therefore a good progression to master the single-leg Romanian deadlift & pull. Due to the more stable staggered stance, more weight can be lifted, emphasizing more the strengthening of the upper back, compared to the single-leg Romanian deadlift & pull.

  • Push-up

    The push-up is a great exercise to develop upper-body pressing strength. It also enhances core and hip flexor strength and develops shoulder stability. The push-up is suitable for all fitness levels.

  • Parallel push-up

    The parallel push-up is a beginner exercise to develop upper-body pressing strength. If you do not have the necessary upper-body strength to do a push-up, start with the parallel push-up. In the parallel push-up the movement is performed in a partial range of motion, where leverages of the muscles are mechanically more beneficial.

  • Hands-elevated push-up

    The hands-elevated push-up is a beginner exercise chest exercise. This exercise is an alternative for people that are not able to do a push-up with proper form. In the hands-elevated push-up a lower percentage of body weight has to be lifted, allowing the athlete to perform the exercise in the full range of motion. Full range of motion training provides the benefits of increased flexibility and decreased susceptibility to injury.

  • Feet-elevated push-up

    By placing your feet up on a bench or box a higher percentage of body weight has to be lifted.

  • Single-leg base push-up

    The single-leg base adds instability and places a higher demand on the core muscles.