Looking for a way to spice up the traditional Anti-Rotation Press? Try this one out.
I stole this gem from PJ Strebel. Adding a march to the movement adds a dynamic component to the movement and requires a LOT of stability – you’ll be shocked how demand this is on the core.
I would simply program 3 sets of 4-6 marches on each leg, trying to emphasize a slight pause at the top of each march to really challenge the stability of the hip.
This is obviously later in our Anti-Rotation progression, a progression you can find in my Coaches Guide to Progressions and Regressions.
We have plyo work, med ball work, upper and lower body strength work, and much more in the book.
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