As discussed last week, power training is a valuable tool for the back country athlete. We discussed rate of force development and its role in injury prevention. Learning to react quickly and create large amounts of power will be a huge asset during periods of intense fatigue.

2 sets:
10-meters walking on toes
10-meters walking on heels
10-meters walking toes pointed in
10-meters walking toes pointed out
10-meters walking on the outside of your feet
10-meters walking on the inside of your feet

5 sets for MAX power:
6 reps per side, split squat jump
30-seconds rest between sides

4 sets:
5 moderate-heavy barbell deadlifts
5 box jumps for maximum power
60-seconds rest between sets

4 rounds for time:
20 body rows
20 alternating box step-ups
20 kettlebell swings

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Posted by Adam Janke

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