1080 In Session #2: Measure Max Force and Estimate 1 Repetition Maximum
Continuing our educational series “1080 In Session,” Adam Rolf walks through how to assess force outputs in a movement in order to estimate force capacity for the exercise.
Schwingfest! Fusing Traditional Sport with a High Performance Model
How can specificity and modern strength training methods be applied in folk sports? Coach Arno Galmarini shares his methods for applying a modern high performance model while working with a young grappler competing in the traditional Swiss sport of Schwingen.
4 Key Exercises to Determine Return-to-Play Readiness After an ACL Tear, By Kyle Davey
Kyle Davey, Coordinator of Athletic Performance at RE_Building by NWRA, shares 4 key exercises using the 1080 Sprint to assess return-to-play from an ACL tear and ensure the lowest possible risk for re-injury.
1080 In Session: Creating a Load-Velocity Profile—Broad Jump
Kicking off our new educational series “1080 In Session,” Adam Rolf goes step-by-step through how to set up the exercise and create a load-velocity profile for an athlete performing a broad jump.
Force in the Rink—4 Areas to Apply the Specificity Principle in Hockey Training
Johan Söderström of Muskelcentrum in Uppsala, Sweden, shares methods for applying the specificity principle and 1080 Motion to train acceleration, change of direction, and rotational power for ice hockey players.
If It Ain’t Broke: How Florida Track & Field Integrates New Tools In a Winning Program
Coaches Mike Holloway and Nic Petersen of Florida Gators Track and Field discuss their strategies for focusing on sound technique and the basics while integrating new training tools and technologies such as the 1080 Sprint.