Training Warmups – Strength and Conditioning Warmup – Movement Skills in The Warmup
In this lecture, strength & conditioning coach Brijesh Patel explains the thinking behind his warm-ups and outlines the structure of his warm-up plan. You’ll finish this lecture with a clear picture of why you should restructure your warm-up, and exactly how to do it.
“Perturbations are disruptions in function. These can be due to external mechanisms outside the body or internal mechanisms within the body. When you can’t get into proper positions, you’ll compensate and use other muscle groups to take over. This puts undue stress on areas that don’t need extra stress. The key here is to mobilize, stabilize and work on overall fitness and conditioning levels.” ~Brijesh Patel
• Why Warm Up? (2:50)
• Evolution of the Warm-Up (4:55)
• Early Sport Specialization (7:20)
• Movement Skills & the Optimal Performance Pyramid (12:50)
• The Parthenon of Fitness (15:15)
• Mobility & Stability (17:00)
• Warm-Up Design: Things to Consider (20:35)
• The Steps (24:10)
• Training Stability (31:55)
• Summary (35:15)
Brijesh Patel is the head strength and conditioning coach at Quinnipiac University, and is the founder of SB Coaches College. He’s a regular speaker at strength and conditioning workshops and seminars, where he talks on strength training, coaching, nutrition and food supplementation. For much more from Brijesh, visit at sbcoachescollege.com.