Meant to be done before any EnduranceCORE circuit workout (as well as any other endurance sports training). Dynamic stretching involves moving parts of your body and gradually increasing reach, speed of movement, or both. Do not confuse dynamic stretching with ballistic stretching. Dynamic stretching consists of controlled leg and arm swings that take you (gently!) to the limits of your range of motion. Ballistic stretches involve trying to force a part of the body beyond its range of motion. In dynamic stretches, there are no bounces or movements. A full breakdown and workout plan recommendations can be found in the PDF accompanying this video series.
Coach/Presenter: Eric Schmitz
This follow along strength and conditioning program is designed specifically for the endurance athlete. Workouts are divided into several easy to follow endurance sport specific routines including novice, intermediate and advanced progressions. Whether you are a newbie or a seasoned veteran, Core training is the key to maximizing power, preventing injury and enhancing performance.
Also in Playlist "Endurance Core"
Endurance Core: Advanced Sequence
Endurance Core: Introduction
Endurance Core: Abdominus Explained
Endurance Core: Tri Plane Movements
Endurance Core: Dynamic Stretches
Endurance Core: Beginner Sequence
Endurance Core: Intermediate Sequence
Endurance Core: Body Weight Circuit for Triathletes
Endurance Core: Body Weight Circuit for Runners
Endurance Core: Body Weight Circuit for Cyclists
Endurance Core: Dumbbell / Stability Ball Circuit for Triathletes
Endurance Core: Dumbbell / Stability Ball Circuit for Runners
Endurance Core: Dumbell / Stability Ball Circuit for Cyclists
Endurance Core: Stability Ball Super Set