Extreme Isometrics

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Extreme Isometrics

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In this course, Coach Rob Assise dives into his experience with �extreme isometrics� in himself and with his athletes. This is over the fundamentals for those wanting a fuller understanding of the method. Knowing extreme isometrics on a deeper level is very important to get the most out of the movement for athletes, as it�s a very easy method to do incorrectly. Some of the topics covered are: Teaching progressions Biochemistry from a dummy Practical programming and cues Video of extreme isometric positions Age considerations Question and Answer1 Introduction 3:31 2 Let Go of Your Analytical Side 1:37 3 Why Isometrics? Free 3:40 4 High Velocity Exercise 2:08 5 Muscles & Tendons 1:33 6 Running Positions 2:31 7 Iso Extreme: Extreme Slow 5:56 8 Energy Systems: 400 Yard Dash Free 0:42 9 Energy Systems: Extreme Isometrics 3:07 10 Maximum Duration: Point of Failure? 1:38 11 Maximum Duration Vs Maximum Intensity 2:57 12 Iso Extreme Lunge Set Up 8:20 13 Lunge Teaching Progression Free 4:10 14 Lunge Variations 4:19 15 Glute & Hamstring 5:59 16 Scap 5:59 17 Iso Extreme Push Up 2:04 18 Iso Extreme Standing Push Up 1:44 19 Programming Concerns 4:46 20 "Wherever, Whenever" 2:25 21 Programming Concerns Cont'd 5:52 22 Speed - Power Concerns 2:01 23 Cocontractions 2:02 24 Muscle Slack 1:59 25 Dr. Tommy John 0:56 26 Troubleshooting 2:45 27 Extreme ISO's & D.B. Hammer 1:12 28 Distance 1:26 29 Moving Forward 1:01 30 Closing Q&A 10:00Rob Assise is in his 17th year teaching math and coaching track and field at Homewood-Flossmoor High School in the south suburbs of Illinois. �In 4 years as the boy�s jump coach, he has coached 15 state qualifiers, 11 finalists, and 8 medalists. In his 12 seasons with the girl�s program (9 as head coach), he worked primarily with sprinters and hurdlers. During that span, HF had 91 state qualifiers, 49 all-state athletes, 13 runner-ups, and 4 state champions. He is nothing more than a sprint coach disguised as a jump coach who enjoys connecting dots. Coach Assise has also coached football (5 seasons) and cross country (6 seasons). He is an author for ITCCCA, Simplifaster, Track-Football Consortium, and Just Fly Sports. Rob Assise coached the 2019 triple jump state champ, Quinton Stringfellow (49�4�). Stringfellow also placed 4th in the long jump, 23�3�.

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