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Optimizing performance, increasing resilience, and developing constant readiness for the physical demands of sport and the adventures of life.


Course Curriculum

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  Free E-Guide: The Active Dynamic Warm Up
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Equipment-Free Strength - Part 2

Optimize performance, increase resilience, and develop constant readiness for the physical demands of sport and the adventures of life.

Welcome to Part 2 of our Equipment-Free Strength program, which aims to develop multiplanar stability and movement proficiency, increase training volume and intensity, and provide no-hassle, effective training. This program uses everyday household items to progress the movements! No fancy gym equipment required!


The Equipment-Free Strength series is intended to develop general athleticism, multiplanar movement and stability, and a solid foundation to build upon. Does that mean you need a new program after 4 weeks? Not at all. If you're still sufficiently challenged by the movements and you're overloading the body enough to elicit adaptations, then repeat it for another month-long cycle; this time, with higher volume in sets or repetitions OR try the more challenging movement variations!* This program is easily repeatable and empowers athletes to work towards movement mastery while continuing to promote positive training adaptations.


In an effort to scale this program to a varied audience, this program contains established ranges for sets/repetitions and built-in regressions and progressions of many movements. This will allow individuals to start at a volume/intensity that's appropriate for them while strategically progressing over the weeks. Remember, strength training is built around a concept referred to as "overload." In order to facilitate adaptations (desired changes), we must progressively overload the body. Otherwise, we will reach a point of stagnation (aka a plateau). Make sure you continue to overload the body a tiny bit each week to see steady progress.


*Athletes will have access to the course for three months following date of enrollment.

Jess Elliott, MA, CSCS, TSAC-F, XPS


Jess has an extensive coaching history in strength and conditioning, biomechanics, and corporate wellness. She has a Master’s Degree in Sports Coaching from the University of Northern Colorado and a Bachelor’s Degree in Human Performance and Sport from the Metropolitan State University of Denver. She is a Certified Strength and Conditioning Specialist (CSCS) and Tactical Strength and Conditioning Facilitator (TSAC-F) through the National Strength and Conditioning Association (NSCA) and an EXOS Performance Specialist (XPS).