I absolutely love mixed training. Hitting different training stimuli at different points of the workout gets me fired up. Normally you’d see a workout organized with power work at the beginning but today I dropped it in the middle. The main reasons for this are: You never know what conditions you’ll be asked to perform under and you should let a little leg fatigue slow you down. For our population, I think strength, especially single-leg strength is a bigger priority right now than power training. So, I put the most important stuff early in the program and back-fill with other things. Let us know how this one goes and if you feel the fatigue in the legs for your jumps.

20 reps per side, single-leg calf raise

2 sets:
10 reps per side, adductor dip
10 reps per side, T-Hip rotation

20 reps per side, single-leg calf raise

2 sets:
10 reps per side, step-back lunge + high knee lift
10 reps per side, bowler squat

20 reps per side, single-leg calf raise

3 sets, heavy across:
6-8 reps per leg, Bulgarian split squat
30-second rest between legs
*Use a weight that feels like an 8-10 rep max for all 3 sets

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5 sets for max power:
10 kettlebell swings
3 seated box jumps
45-second rest between sets

3 sets, for quality:
30-seconds left-side Palloff press
30-seconds right-side Palloff press
45-seconds reverse plank hold
45-seconds rest

Posted by Adam Janke

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