Movement Patterns & Shoulder Mobility for Sprinter & Jumpers


The video shows an excellent routine for the shoulders and legs. I learnt this of a great swedish personal trainer called Johan, here in Oslo. Combining isometric posture holds with mobility and balance, this training is especially good for reducing stiffness in the shoulders and upper back, allowing a full range of motion when running and jumping. This type of training allows sprinters to be less tense, with a larger range of movement, which will conserve energy when they are running fast at a high stride frequency.

I highly recommend a 10 good sessions in 3 weeks. Each session is 3 circuits of the routine, this really opens up the shoulders and chest areas. It feels so good, and after that once or twice a week to maintain the movement. Your overhead lifting is a guaranteed to improve.

Come to Bare Trening in Oslo and I will show you how!

10 x Supinated arms – Overhead squat
10 x 90 Degree wall squat – Flat back, raise arms against wall, thumbs up
10 x The Ball – Fingers under toes, back straight
10 x Sumo´s – Arms to sides and front
10 x Prayer Squat – Press hands together & twist
10 x Thriller´s – 90 Degrees arms & shoulders
10 x Around the World´s – Thumbs up, arms off floor, pole under abs must slide

 

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About Simon Hunt

As a professional for over 15 years with a strong academic background, Simon has developed dynamic style of personal training. Effective, functional training routines, tailored towards your personal health and fitness goals are what he loves to work towards. This style of training is based around a wealth of experience that includes, working with numerous World and Olympic athletes, developing Norwegian sport champions, preventing heart problems and other diseases through exercise as a medicine, as well as countless private clients. www.sihunt.wordpress,com www.youtube.com/user/SiHunt As professional athlete and personal trainer, i have over 24 years experience in athletics where my expertise lie in the jump events and sprints. I also have knowledge of basketball and gymnastics. I have 15 years experience working as personal trainer 6 of which as an exercise physiologist training heart patients, ranging from angina to transplant, as well as many other specialised conditions i.e. diabetics etc.
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11 Responses to Movement Patterns & Shoulder Mobility for Sprinter & Jumpers

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    Right. I have read. That when you want to jump higher you should also work not only for your lower body as well as with your upper.

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    • sihunt.co.uk@googlemail.com says:

      Of course, running is controlled by the arms, your body needs to be balanced like the world you live in. The drive of the arms at take off has the same force as the lead knee (Depena 199f)

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  10. Unreal article mate. Just wondering if you had any advice as when the best time to run through this routine would be? If I want to pair it with my track and gym sessions; is it better to run through it before or after training?

    Cheers,

    Dan

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