The Prowler Workout Challenge for strength and endurance
Four weeks of sprinting with a Prowler sled with declining rest is a true measure of strength, speed and power," says Jim Smith , CPPS, Owner of Diesel Strength & Conditioning. "The goal is to perform as many reps as possible without sacrificing speed or impairing the quality of movement. The torso of the torso, the positive rail angle, and the full extension of each driveline should
HOW TO DO
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You do a challenge training every week for four weeks. Every week, the rest periods decrease by 15 seconds. In week 1, rest for one minute between sprints; in week 2 45 seconds break; in week 3 30 seconds; and in week 4 limit the break to 15 seconds.
WHAT TO DO
If you use this challenge for conditioning (also known as cardio), you do so at the end of a lower body workout as a finisher. If you are using it for speed training, you should implement it immediately after a thorough warm-up at the beginning of a lower body workout.
Apart from the above parameters, weight selection is the key. "Load the Prowler with enough weight to feel the resistance and bend forward, but not so hard that your sprinting speed is slow," says Smith. If you want to extend the challenge, increase the weight of the sled after four weeks.