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FLEXX IT Rotation

FLEXX-IT Rotation is the combination of muscular strength and endurance plus rotational movements, which strengthen the core and hips, improving power through strokes with intervals of high intensity, high velocity and high power. This program targets almost every single muscle in the body since it involves the rotation of the lower body and upper body in different combinations. This program will have you sore in places you didn’t even know existed.

This regimen is the best training tool on the market for any person participating in a rotation-based sport such as tennis, golf, hockey, lacrosse, softball and baseball. To reach the highest level of performance, one must be able to execute range of motion in a controlled manner to build the muscles’ tolerance to weight load and tension. When the moment arrives to unload full speed in a sport, the muscles can exert force at a powerful.

Most rotation sports require torque and explosion but it is even more important to be able to exert power in a controlled and precise manner with incredible endurance and consistency. The famous strength sports performance coach, Pavel Tsatsouline, explains that the best way to make gains in sports specific movements is to “grease the groove.” This requires multiple repetitions at a moderate weight combined with muscle confusion so that the body may call on a specific movement during competition and execute it with precision.

Our rotation program is universal in that it can be modified up or down depending on the level. You could be a 75-year old woman interested in improving her drive or a Division I collegiate athlete tennis player trying to get his serve into the 130 MPH range. The program can be modified by intensity, weight, equipment and tension over time adjustments. More advanced clients will be using equipment like medicine balls, kettle bells and wall balls whereas a beginner or senior may use very light dumbbells, exercise bands or even body weight rotation exercises.

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