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  • Sean Cochran - Junior Golf Exercise Book
    IT Band Foam Roll Performance Exercise

    Soft tissue extensibility is a key component of proper kinetic chain functioning. Professional, amateur, and recreational athlete’s require certain levels of joint mobility and soft tissue extensibility in order to perform athletic actions efficiently in their chosen sport. One component in the maintenance and development of soft tissue extensibility is self myofascial release techniques. This type of modality utilizes a foam roller, stick, or massage ball during the execution of these exercise types. These types of modalities address two components......

  • Tubing Press
    Tubing Press Sports Performance Exercise

    Athletes in all sports require varying levels of upper body strength for optimal performance. The development of upper body strength for the athlete is based upon utilizing exercising addressing what is termed upper body push and pull strength in both horizontal and vertical patterns. Upper body strength is imperative for athletes for a number of reasons. At the base of these reasons is the ability to execute athletic actions efficiently and generate power. Poor upper body strength in contact sports......

  • Sean Cochran - Junior Golf Exercise Book
    Single Arm Dumbbell Row Sports Performance Exercise

    The development of upper body strength in the athlete is imperative for proficiency in any athlete’s chosen sport. The development of strength within the kinetic chain is governed by the development of the athlete’s functional strength parameters in integrated movement patterns. These movement patterns as it pertains to the upper body will be developed via 4 movement patterns. These movement patterns are as follows: 1) Upper Body Horizontal Push Strength, 2) Upper Body Vertical Push Strength, 3) Upper Body Horizontal......