Rugby Exercise Program | Upper Body Gym [ Axe Physio ] Public
In this video is a full start to finish upper body gym program for Rugby union, Rugby League, AFL and other collision/ impact sports. This program and video will educate you on the best exercises to build strength, improve performance and reduce your risk of injury. This program is well rounded and perfect for preseason and in season for an upper body session early in your training week.
IT hits all the important muscle groups in all practical planes of motion The program starts off with:
1. Horizontal Push exercise: Bench
2. Vertical Pull Exercises: Weighted Chins
3. Vertical Push/ Horizontal Pull Superset
4. Middle and Post Delt SuperSet
5. Arms: Barbell Curl, S/S military Push Up
6. Arm Finisher: Barbell Curl, Tricep Pushdown.
After Each Exercise I will be explaining the reasoning behind each exercise!What was your favorite exercise from my list vs what is your favorite exercise from your own repertoire? The challenge is doing enough but not over training!Your sets and reps will depend based on which part of ther season you are in! I explain this in the video but also in my sets and reps video!
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