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Triple Threat Bodyweight Circuits For Beastly Gains In Strength
When it comes to bodyweight training, there are many ways you can approach it: you can hit circuits, you can hit straight sets, super sets, giant sets. Your options are endless. One of my favorite ways to utilize bodyweight training with myself, athletes, and clients is what I like to call, A Triple Threat Bodyweight Circuit (TTBWC). I call it this because I use three different type of bodyweight movements within a single circuit that address three different types of training focuses.
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From the early days of military history to modern war settings an army’s mobilization ability has been paramount to its success or demise. For thousands of years this mobilization was done on foot. Full armies marched from one location to the other before they could complete a mission objective or engage the enemy. A Roman Legion, for example, had a standard pace of just over 18 miles in 5 hours (20 Roman miles) and a fast pace of 22 miles in the same time (24 Roman miles) while carrying 70 pounds. After a day’s march fortifications would be built to spend the night. Our modern soldiers, however better equipped they may appear to be by comparison, haven’t got a better lot. Despite of today’s availability of motorized transportation foot marching is still the inevitable best choice in many cases.