Check out round two of Rip Training with TRX Master Trainer Casey Stutzman for efficient and effective shoulder, leg, core and back workout that will give you a serious metabolic challenge. As you may recall from last wee,these rounds are called “hurricane sets,” which consist of two-minutes of nonstop work in which you switch exercises every 30 seconds. The first and third movements are slow and controlled, with a focus on balance and strength, while the second and forth movements are explosive and fast, with a focus on power.
Give this one a shot:
- Rip Overhead Squat and Press (Right)
- Rip Paddleboard Row (Right)
- Rip Overhead Squat and Press (Left)
- Rip Paddleboard Row (Left)
These sets are ideal for the Rip Trainer because its asymmetrical loading and elastic resistance allows you to seamlessly move between two movements with totally different focuses (controlled strength to explosive power). Give this exercise sequence a shot on its own or combine it with Part 1, and make sure to check back next Monday for Stutzman’s final installment.
Casey Stutzman is a TRX Master Training, AFAA certified trainer, Combine 360 certified trainer and the Head Trainer at the Bay Athletic Club in Alpena Michigan. In addition, Casey has been a Division 1 college football player, amateur bodybuilding competitor and strongman competitor.