Using the barbell to increase a baseline of pure strength allows us to become stronger in any physical endeavor that we choose to apply it to. Of course you can become strong with the use of bodyweight, dumbbells, and kettlebells, but in this program Coach Gallazzi shares his perspective that to be increasing heavy weight for the sake of strength development – nothing out loads the barbell.
For all the great aspects of the barbell, like many tools, most people lack the proper understanding of the tool’s design, their own body’s capabilities, and a guidance of proper mobility required to execute the correct technique in order to maximize benefits from the barbell. Unaddressed mobility restrictions in a person create negative physical adaptions that only become worse under such heavy weight loads.
In his new program, Coach Gallazzi seeks to address these negative adaptions with barbell training by incorporating improved mobility, neurological motor patterns, and recovery techniques using another complementary ancient strength tool – the Clubbell.
· The Clubbell, with its’ displaced center of mass and natural grip, is unlike any other tool for exposing weak links in our kinetic chain and addressing imbalances.
· The Clubbell is able to create positive strength adaptions in ranges of motion that no other tool can access with enough challenge to create change.
· Incorporating enhanced mobility and movement knowledge from the Clubbell, this new program keeps you to training across full ranges of motion which translates into greater understanding and command of the barbell.
Coach Gallazzi shows you 4 of the primary compound lifts of the barbell for developing strength; but builds up the foundation for each lift with three specific Clubbell movements that “turn on” your neurological movement patterns to enhance the technique of each of the featured barbell lifts.
With three different program variations…
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