BODYWEIGHT STRENGTH TRAINING

  • Strength Training Program

    13 seasons

    Full Body Workouts
    ⏱ 30-45 min
    📆 3 x per week, 12 weeks

    How to do pulling exercises: https://www.marklauren.com/blog/category/tools/

    Mix of Ladders, Interval Training, Circuit Training, Bodyweight Rehab, and Bodyweight Training 2.0 for all around preparedness.

  • Full Body
    5 seasons

    Full Body

    5 seasons

    Use the dropdown menu in this collection to see all the types of full body strength training.

  • Upper Body
    3 seasons

    Upper Body

    3 seasons

    Use the dropdown menu in this collection to see all the types of upper body strength training.

    Need tips for doing pulling exercises at home?
    Horizontal pulling exercises - https://marklauren.com/blog/tutorials/let-me-ups/
    Vertical pulling exercises - https://marklauren.com/blog/tutorials/pull...

  • Lower Body
    5 seasons

    Lower Body

    5 seasons

    Use the dropdown menu in this collection to see all the types of lower body strength training.

  • Core
    3 seasons

    Core

    3 seasons

    Use the dropdown menu in this collection to see all the types of core strength training.

  • Strength Training for Agility

    3 seasons

    ⏱ 45 min

    3 circuits with 3 exercises each. All 9 movements improve one of the below functions to allow for faster and more controlled changes in direction.

    Exercise A: torso rotation
    Exercise B: lateral stability
    Exercise C: dynamic stabilization

  • Strength Training for Runners

    3 seasons

    ⏱ 50 min

    This workout is made up of the 3 circuits that each have 3 exercises. Each exercise improves one of three functions below to make you a better runner:

    Exercise A: improve ankle mobility for better foot strikes
    Exercise B: increase flexibility mid thigh to mid torso to lengthen stride
    E...

  • Strength Training for Swimmers

    3 seasons

    ⏱ 50 min

    This workout is made up of the 3 circuits that each have 3 exercises. Each exercise improves one of the below functions to make you a better swimmer:

    Function A: thoracic spine (mid spine) extension
    Function B: thoracic spine rotation
    Function C: front to back pelvic tiling