Rip Training: Principles of Progression

Rip Training: Principles of Progression

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Pete Holman, creator of the Rip Trainer, is back to show you how to maximize your Rip Training workouts with three exercises that map to the three principles of progression we use for Rip Training: Stability, Vector Resistance and Elastic Resistance.

You'll probably recognize two of these as the very same principles that govern Suspension Training, highlighting why these two modalites are so complementary.

In the video above, you'll learn a three exercise sequence, with each exercise illustrating one of the principles of progression:

  1. Rip Press (Stability Principle)
  2. Rip Pitchfork (Vector Resistance)
  3. Rip Strike (Elastic Resistance)

This is a great sequence for you to try at home targeting the anterior chain, the posterior chain and the lateral stabilizers. Stay tuned for subsequent blogs in which we’ll break down each one of these exercises and principles in further depth so you and your clients can take your Rip Training workouts to another level.

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