This blog post goes into the details of the Integrated Resistance Training model for Optimum Performance (or OPT model™). The OPT Model is a phase-specific integrated training program designed to produce consistent physical, physiological and performance improvements in all clients. The components of the integrated training model are flexibility, core, balance, strength, power, speed, agility, and quickness. If you are looking to make gains in your workout program, the information in this blog is for you.
People talk about working their "Core Muscles" all the time, but what is the core and how do you work the core effectively. This post will cover core training techniques and summarize how to progress your core work program so that you can make the gains in stability, strength and power that you desire.
Integrated Dynamic Fitness Training is a systematic approach to fitness training which incorporates Flexibility, Core training, Balance Training, Reactive Training, Speed Training and Resistance Training. If you are looking to get results, progressing along this continuum will allow you to make steady gains with minimal risk of injury.
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