Build Crazy Agility, Fast.
Agility is the number one skill skaters tell me they want to improve. Here's where core training comes in to play. You see, the foundation of all of our strengths in roller derby – to be able to balance on our wheels, throw hits, deke and juke, comes from our core strength and stability. It's definitely not just about abs either – we're talking about hip and glute strength, back strength, and our obliques, too. By improving your fundamental core strength, you can unleash hidden derby potential you never thought possible.
Prevent Injuries. Maybe Even Heal the Ones You've Got.
Something a lot of skaters don't know, is that even a minor left/right imbalance in your core can lead to significantly higher risk of injury. If one muscle isn't firing correctly, you might not even be aware of it until you try some of the simplest exercises in this program. However, that weakness is being silently compensated for every day, through a chain reaction of muscle adjustments. The overcompensation of related supporting muscles can, over time, lead to spinal misalignments, chronic overuse injuries, and overall weakness. That's why this program will help to identify and correct any discrepancies you are carrying from side to side, while building overall muscle strength.
Simple Exercises, Simple Equipment.
No choreography, nothing complex. This program can be completed in a studio apartment, with just a timer, a mat, and a physio ball. The basis of RDA:Core is using a physio ball (aka stability ball) to challenge your balance and stability while performing strength moves. The instability of the ball forces dozens of smaller and often underperforming muscles to be recruited into action, to keep you balanced while you perform the movement. The concept is quite simple, but very powerful.
Let's talk about strength versus stability. Many weightlifters have learned to be very strong, and lift very heavy weights, but they have no stability, and this makes their functional strength very low. By training the muscles supporting your hips and spine to be activated and strong, this RDA:CoreBuilder program will ensure that your body is stable, healthy and prepared for what's coming at you on the track.
“Every movement in Roller Derby begins from the core. Discover strength and agility you never thought possible."
Unleash your hidden derby potential!
Fresh Meat Skater
✔ 28 Exclusive Training Videos
✔ 6 Progressive Workouts
✔ Less than 2 hours per week
✔ Personal support from Booty
✔ Measurable Results in 4 weeks
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It's a Four-Week Program, suitable for any fitness level
Train for 25 minutes or less, 3 to 4 times per week
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