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The Resource Weight training for martial arts : the ultimate guide, Katalin Rodriguez-Ogren

Weight training for martial arts : the ultimate guide, Katalin Rodriguez-Ogren

Label
Weight training for martial arts : the ultimate guide
Title
Weight training for martial arts
Title remainder
the ultimate guide
Statement of responsibility
Katalin Rodriguez-Ogren
Creator
Subject
Language
eng
Summary
Features year-round martial arts-specific weight training programs guaranteed to improve your performance and get you results
Cataloging source
YDXCP
http://library.link/vocab/creatorName
Rodriguez-Ogren, Katalin
Dewey number
613.713
Illustrations
illustrations
Index
no index present
Literary form
non fiction
Nature of contents
bibliography
http://library.link/vocab/subjectName
  • Weight training
  • Martial arts
  • Physical fitness
  • Sports
  • Muscle strength
Target audience
adult
Label
Weight training for martial arts : the ultimate guide, Katalin Rodriguez-Ogren
Instantiates
Publication
Bibliography note
Includes bibliographical references (pages 188-189)
Carrier category
volume
Carrier category code
  • nc
Carrier MARC source
rdacarrier
Content category
  • text
  • still image
Content type code
  • txt
  • sti
Content type MARC source
  • rdacontent
  • rdacontent
Contents
  • 22
  • How Should I Format My Program?
  • 143
  • Format Type 1: Intervals
  • 144
  • Format Type 2: Counted Repetitions and Sets
  • 146
  • Big Picture - Structuring Your Programs Over the Course of a Year
  • 146
  • Types of Periodization
  • 148
  • Importance of Strengthening Connective Tissue
  • Linear Periodization
  • 148
  • Concurrent Periodization
  • 148
  • Age Matters, Do Not Fool Yourself
  • 150
  • Defining Phases, Cycles and Daily Goals
  • 153
  • TBS (including Flexible Mobility and Core)
  • 153
  • 23
  • Hypertrophy (with Flexible Mobility and Core)
  • 154
  • Absolute Strength or One-Rep-Max (with Flexible Mobility and Core)
  • 155
  • Power (and Flexible Mobility and Core)
  • 155
  • Muscular Endurance (with Flexible Mobility and Core)
  • 155
  • Summarizing Program Design
  • 157
  • Developing Power and Strength
  • Part V
  • Programs
  • 163
  • 24
  • Ballistic Exercises
  • 25
  • Plyometric Exercises
  • 26
  • Strengthening Your Joints
  • Part I
  • 27
  • Bodyweight Training for the Martial Athlete
  • 29
  • Does Strength Training Make You Better at Martial Arts?
  • 32
  • Flexibility Training Enhances Strength
  • 34
  • Static Flexibility
  • 34
  • Dynamic Flexibility
  • What is a Strong Body?
  • 35
  • Dynamic Flexibility is not the Same as Ballistic Flexibility
  • 36
  • Assessing Flexibility
  • 37
  • Are Stretching Devices Valuable?
  • 38
  • Part II
  • Getting Started
  • 39
  • 19
  • Use Your Discipline Nature to Find Time to Strength Train
  • 40
  • 5 Questions to Ask Before Getting Started
  • 40
  • Most Important Part of Warming Up
  • 43
  • What is the best way to warm up?
  • 43
  • Importance of Breathing in All Training
  • 46
  • Modern Martial Artist
  • Will Meditation Help Me Learn to Breath Better?
  • 47
  • Part III
  • Exercises
  • 49
  • Bodyweight Exercises
  • 51
  • BOSU Balance Trainer
  • 55
  • Core and Abs
  • 20
  • 61
  • Dumbbell Exercises
  • 71
  • Dynamic Flexibility Exercises
  • 79
  • Plyometrics
  • 83
  • Suspension Strap Training
  • 87
  • Cable Machines
  • What is Strength Training?
  • 95
  • KettleBells
  • 113
  • Weight Machines
  • 127
  • Part IV
  • Program Design
  • 135
  • Introduction
  • 136
  • 21
  • Designing a Program is Mastering Change
  • 136
  • Recapping Strength Training
  • 137
  • Does a Fitness Professional Need to Design Your Strength Training Program?
  • 138
  • Principles of Training
  • 140
  • Overload Principle
  • 140
  • How Does Strength Training Help You Lose Weight?
  • Progression Principle
  • 141
  • Adaptation Principle
  • 141
  • Specificity Principle
  • 142
  • Recovery Principle
  • 142
  • Reversibility Principle
  • 143
Control code
ocn863078352
Dimensions
26 cm
Extent
192 pages
Isbn
9781932549713
Media category
unmediated
Media MARC source
rdamedia
Media type code
  • n
Note
613.713 R618 ; XX-N ; jll ; A13IP026.
Other physical details
illustrations
System control number
  • (Sirsi) 863078352
  • (Sirsi) 863078352
  • (OCoLC)863078352
Label
Weight training for martial arts : the ultimate guide, Katalin Rodriguez-Ogren
Publication
Bibliography note
Includes bibliographical references (pages 188-189)
Carrier category
volume
Carrier category code
  • nc
Carrier MARC source
rdacarrier
Content category
  • text
  • still image
Content type code
  • txt
  • sti
Content type MARC source
  • rdacontent
  • rdacontent
Contents
  • 22
  • How Should I Format My Program?
  • 143
  • Format Type 1: Intervals
  • 144
  • Format Type 2: Counted Repetitions and Sets
  • 146
  • Big Picture - Structuring Your Programs Over the Course of a Year
  • 146
  • Types of Periodization
  • 148
  • Importance of Strengthening Connective Tissue
  • Linear Periodization
  • 148
  • Concurrent Periodization
  • 148
  • Age Matters, Do Not Fool Yourself
  • 150
  • Defining Phases, Cycles and Daily Goals
  • 153
  • TBS (including Flexible Mobility and Core)
  • 153
  • 23
  • Hypertrophy (with Flexible Mobility and Core)
  • 154
  • Absolute Strength or One-Rep-Max (with Flexible Mobility and Core)
  • 155
  • Power (and Flexible Mobility and Core)
  • 155
  • Muscular Endurance (with Flexible Mobility and Core)
  • 155
  • Summarizing Program Design
  • 157
  • Developing Power and Strength
  • Part V
  • Programs
  • 163
  • 24
  • Ballistic Exercises
  • 25
  • Plyometric Exercises
  • 26
  • Strengthening Your Joints
  • Part I
  • 27
  • Bodyweight Training for the Martial Athlete
  • 29
  • Does Strength Training Make You Better at Martial Arts?
  • 32
  • Flexibility Training Enhances Strength
  • 34
  • Static Flexibility
  • 34
  • Dynamic Flexibility
  • What is a Strong Body?
  • 35
  • Dynamic Flexibility is not the Same as Ballistic Flexibility
  • 36
  • Assessing Flexibility
  • 37
  • Are Stretching Devices Valuable?
  • 38
  • Part II
  • Getting Started
  • 39
  • 19
  • Use Your Discipline Nature to Find Time to Strength Train
  • 40
  • 5 Questions to Ask Before Getting Started
  • 40
  • Most Important Part of Warming Up
  • 43
  • What is the best way to warm up?
  • 43
  • Importance of Breathing in All Training
  • 46
  • Modern Martial Artist
  • Will Meditation Help Me Learn to Breath Better?
  • 47
  • Part III
  • Exercises
  • 49
  • Bodyweight Exercises
  • 51
  • BOSU Balance Trainer
  • 55
  • Core and Abs
  • 20
  • 61
  • Dumbbell Exercises
  • 71
  • Dynamic Flexibility Exercises
  • 79
  • Plyometrics
  • 83
  • Suspension Strap Training
  • 87
  • Cable Machines
  • What is Strength Training?
  • 95
  • KettleBells
  • 113
  • Weight Machines
  • 127
  • Part IV
  • Program Design
  • 135
  • Introduction
  • 136
  • 21
  • Designing a Program is Mastering Change
  • 136
  • Recapping Strength Training
  • 137
  • Does a Fitness Professional Need to Design Your Strength Training Program?
  • 138
  • Principles of Training
  • 140
  • Overload Principle
  • 140
  • How Does Strength Training Help You Lose Weight?
  • Progression Principle
  • 141
  • Adaptation Principle
  • 141
  • Specificity Principle
  • 142
  • Recovery Principle
  • 142
  • Reversibility Principle
  • 143
Control code
ocn863078352
Dimensions
26 cm
Extent
192 pages
Isbn
9781932549713
Media category
unmediated
Media MARC source
rdamedia
Media type code
  • n
Note
613.713 R618 ; XX-N ; jll ; A13IP026.
Other physical details
illustrations
System control number
  • (Sirsi) 863078352
  • (Sirsi) 863078352
  • (OCoLC)863078352

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