Some of the world’s best coaches weigh in and showcase some of their best exercises for developing speed and power.
Power, speed and explosiveness are the results of a lot of time in the gym. *CAUTION* Before adding these exercises to your workouts, please make sure that you have developed a foundation of strength. Many of these drills are advanced and the athlete should earn the right to perform these drills. Done too quickly, they can cause injury. Below we ve compiled a few of our favorite videos from Instagram. Coaches from around the globe share some of the exercises and drills that they use to develop more speed and power in their athletes. by @virtusstrength @nolanticman is on weight and ready. May the Gods of War penetrate your soul and awaken the demons inside. Good luck tonight from your Virtus family. #VirtusStrength #UFC #strength #sport #fight #wrestling #jiujitsu #MMA #fighter #grappling @kings_mma A photo posted by fightcampconditioning (@fightcampconditioning) on May 19, 2015 at 7:08am PDT @coach_brettb Get them competing! Working on expressing rotational power & precision. Furthest
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