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TradCore – The Activator Program

Description

Combining the latest in athletic training with an unmatched command of anatomy…

Welcome to your TradCore training program. There is no such thing as the perfect training plan but when focusing on the core, we know that our courses come pretty close! When focusing on the core, we need to know that it is less about the exercise because there are so many to choose from and it is more about making sure that we target the main function and target the main sequence of how we want to train these muscles.

When following our core training programs we are not only going to be training on the floor but we are going to get up onto our feet as well!

So… This is your activator program!

You may be familiar with the exercises in this program but we are going to be taking you through an entirely different experience because there are specific ways to approach an exercise to help you benefit from them more. As always, the goal is not to accumulate repetitions but to accumulate quality contractions at all times!

In this program, we will be targetting four zones. They are defined as:

  • The lower rectus and transverse abdominis
  • The upper and mid rectus abdominis
  • The obliques and serratus
  • The lower back

All of these zones work together to form the core and their functions are going to overlap a lot but in this program, we are going to try to isolate each zone in terms of its function to help you gain a better understanding of how to activate each zone successfully.

What Will I Learn?

  • You will understand the benefits of targetting all four zones.
  • You will understand the importance of using other supporting muscle groups
  • You will know how to activate each zone successfully in isolation

Topics for this course

16 Lessons3h

Week One?

Each repetition should be done with the intent of feeling a high-quality contraction. Go as slow as you need to, to achieve this.
Workout Day One00
Workout Day Two00
Workout Day Three00
Workout Day Four00

Week Two?

Each repetition should be done with the intent of feeling a high-quality contraction. Go as slow as you need to, to achieve this.

Week Three?

Each repetition should be done with the intent of feeling a high-quality contraction. Go as slow as you need to, to achieve this.

Week Four?

Each repetition should be done with the intent of feeling a high-quality contraction. Go as slow as you need to, to achieve this.

Material Includes

  • Most exercises are performed using very little to no equipment. An exercise mat may be used and make sure you have lots of space.

Target Audience

  • Dance Students
  • Dance Teachers
  • Other sporting athletes
  • Anyone looking to start a new core training program
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