14 Week Strength Training And Injury Prevention For Triathletes by Dr Jeff Banas

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14 Week Strength And Injury Prevention Program For The Triathlete.

Do you get injured easily?

Are you scrawny or small?

Do you have trouble moving heavy stuff?

Do you have trouble climbing hills?

-Strength training on Monday, Wednesdays and Fridays

- Swim specific strength on Mondays, bike specific strength on Wednesdays and Run specific strength on Fridays.

-Detailed videos and descriptions of all of the exercises.

-You will need to do strength training three times a week in order to achieve gains in your strength.

HOWEVER, once you complete this program you will only need to do ONE STRENGTH SESSION A WEEK

TO MANTAIN YOUR STRENGTH
-The training plan is broken done in 4 specific blocks.
3 weeks of Muscular Enhancement: 3-5 sets, 10-15 reps, 65-75% intensity, 30-60 seconds rest, or circuit with minimal rest.

3 weeks of Foundation Strength: 3-5 sets, 8-10 reps, 75-85% intensity, 60-90 seconds. Do muscular enhancement.

3 weeks of Progressive Strength: 2-4 sets, 6-8 reps, 85-95% intensity, 90 seconds to 2 minutes rest.
Final phase, specific swim, bike and run POWER exercises.

- Detailed supplement and nutritional protocols for Strength Training, Fat Loss, Hormone Support, Recovery, Race Day and Performance.

- Cold thermogenesis protocols to improve recovery, fat loss and even performance

-For all the men out there, specific nutrition and supplement protocols to enhance testosterone support

-Detailed videos on total body injury prevention exercises and how to improve flexibility and range of motion.

-How to improve you sleep

-How to do a self movement screen to find your muscle tightness or weakness

To learn more about Dr Jeff Banas go to his website at www.BanasSportsTherapy.com

For nutrition and training tips go to:

https://www.facebook.com/pages/Dr-Jeff-Banas-Sports-Therapy-Fitness-Mesa-AZ/207112579325179?ref=hl

Performance, Fat Loss, Nutrition Solutions from Dr. Jeff Banas

All training plans include a 50% discount for a personal consultation with Dr. Jeff Banas. This is an opportunity to talk personally with Dr. Banas about your race schedule, fitness or fat lose goals, supplement suggestions, sleep and recovery options, stress, performance bio-hacks and even blood or lab test that may be helpful for you.

The normal cost for a 20 min consultation with Dr. Banas is $97.00. However, since you purchased this training plan, you can get a 30 to 45 min consultation with Dr. Banas for only $47.00.

If you want to take the next step and personalize your fitness goals, please go the the below link and download the New Client Coaching form, fill it out and email it to drjeffbanas@gmail.com.

http://physiotherapyaz.com/new-patient-forms/


Then just make a $47.00 PayPal payment to drjeffbanas@gmail.com.

Once these are done, Dr. Banas will review the information sheet and contact you within 48 hours to set up a time to talk on the phone or by Skype.

If you have any other information, such has blood or lab studies, x-ray or MRI reports, please also send those to Dr. Banas.


Sample Day 2
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Full Body Range of Motion & Recovery, Beginner Level

This routine is designed to improve mobility, and enhance blood flow and recovery. It is a perfect workout to incorporate on a recovery day, and can be used year round. It can also be used when a longer warm-up is desired for any of the weight training workouts. Do this entire routine as a circuit, moving from station to station with minimum rest. The order of the movements is not crucial; you may change the order, if necessary. This workout is best performed with 5–10 minutes of light cardio beforehand. Static Stretches: For static stretches, hold each position for 6–20 seconds, as time permits. Foam Rolling: For foam rolling, one foam roller motion up and back down a body region is the equivalent of a single rep.

Sample Day 7
0:01:41
Full Body Range of Motion & Recovery, Beginner Level

This routine is designed to improve mobility, and enhance blood flow and recovery. It is a perfect workout to incorporate on a recovery day, and can be used year round. It can also be used when a longer warm-up is desired for any of the weight training workouts. Do this entire routine as a circuit, moving from station to station with minimum rest. The order of the movements is not crucial; you may change the order, if necessary. This workout is best performed with 5–10 minutes of light cardio beforehand. Static Stretches: For static stretches, hold each position for 6–20 seconds, as time permits. Foam Rolling: For foam rolling, one foam roller motion up and back down a body region is the equivalent of a single rep.

Sample Day 9
0:01:41
Full Body Range of Motion & Recovery, Beginner Level

This routine is designed to improve mobility, and enhance blood flow and recovery. It is a perfect workout to incorporate on a recovery day, and can be used year round. It can also be used when a longer warm-up is desired for any of the weight training workouts. Do this entire routine as a circuit, moving from station to station with minimum rest. The order of the movements is not crucial; you may change the order, if necessary. This workout is best performed with 5–10 minutes of light cardio beforehand. Static Stretches: For static stretches, hold each position for 6–20 seconds, as time permits. Foam Rolling: For foam rolling, one foam roller motion up and back down a body region is the equivalent of a single rep.

Sample Day 11
0:01:41
Full Body Range of Motion & Recovery, Beginner Level

This routine is designed to improve mobility, and enhance blood flow and recovery. It is a perfect workout to incorporate on a recovery day, and can be used year round. It can also be used when a longer warm-up is desired for any of the weight training workouts. Do this entire routine as a circuit, moving from station to station with minimum rest. The order of the movements is not crucial; you may change the order, if necessary. This workout is best performed with 5–10 minutes of light cardio beforehand. Static Stretches: For static stretches, hold each position for 6–20 seconds, as time permits. Foam Rolling: For foam rolling, one foam roller motion up and back down a body region is the equivalent of a single rep.

Sample Day 14
0:01:41
Full Body Range of Motion & Recovery, Beginner Level

This routine is designed to improve mobility, and enhance blood flow and recovery. It is a perfect workout to incorporate on a recovery day, and can be used year round. It can also be used when a longer warm-up is desired for any of the weight training workouts. Do this entire routine as a circuit, moving from station to station with minimum rest. The order of the movements is not crucial; you may change the order, if necessary. This workout is best performed with 5–10 minutes of light cardio beforehand. Static Stretches: For static stretches, hold each position for 6–20 seconds, as time permits. Foam Rolling: For foam rolling, one foam roller motion up and back down a body region is the equivalent of a single rep.

Sample Day 16
0:01:41
Full Body Range of Motion & Recovery, Beginner Level

This routine is designed to improve mobility, and enhance blood flow and recovery. It is a perfect workout to incorporate on a recovery day, and can be used year round. It can also be used when a longer warm-up is desired for any of the weight training workouts. Do this entire routine as a circuit, moving from station to station with minimum rest. The order of the movements is not crucial; you may change the order, if necessary. This workout is best performed with 5–10 minutes of light cardio beforehand. Static Stretches: For static stretches, hold each position for 6–20 seconds, as time permits. Foam Rolling: For foam rolling, one foam roller motion up and back down a body region is the equivalent of a single rep.

Sample Day 18
0:01:41
Full Body Range of Motion & Recovery, Beginner Level

This routine is designed to improve mobility, and enhance blood flow and recovery. It is a perfect workout to incorporate on a recovery day, and can be used year round. It can also be used when a longer warm-up is desired for any of the weight training workouts. Do this entire routine as a circuit, moving from station to station with minimum rest. The order of the movements is not crucial; you may change the order, if necessary. This workout is best performed with 5–10 minutes of light cardio beforehand. Static Stretches: For static stretches, hold each position for 6–20 seconds, as time permits. Foam Rolling: For foam rolling, one foam roller motion up and back down a body region is the equivalent of a single rep.

Dr Jeff Banas
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Banas Sports Therapy And Conditioning

Dr. Jeffrey Banas, Sports Physician, Coach, Former 270 pound "Fatman" to Endurance Athlete & 9 Time Ironman Trialon Finisher.

Do you wonder if there is some untapped speed in your body that could be unleashed with the right training plan?

Do you ever wonder how much time you might be wasting on your workouts?

Are you lacking strength or always getting injured?

Training smart, not long, mobility work and strength training are key components of his training philosophy.