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Ballistic STP | Cross Training and Strength

Ballistic STP | Cross Training and Strength

Published by Trevor Theismann on 22nd Nov 2021

Ballistic Bands STP | WORKOUT NOW

Take your training to the next level with Ballistic STP. Performing assisted pull-ups, resisted rows, and power squats you will build strength wherever you train. Each level of resistance can be combined with an additional band to create the optimal training zone to ensure you reach failure. Complete Ballistic STP three days a week with a rest day in between.

BALLISTIC STP TRAINING WORKOUT BREAKDOWN

Ballistic Pull-up

ASSISTED PULL UP

  • ADVANCED SETS
  • PULL UP TO ASSISTANCE
  • INTERMEDIATE ASSISTED
  • 6 SETS TO FAILURE

Ballistic Curls

BALLISTIC CURLS

  • 12-15 REPS
  • LIGHT WEIGHT TO FAILURE
  • 14 SETS

Ballistic Rows

BALLISTIC UPRIGHT ROWS

  • 12-15 REPS
  • LIGHT WEIGHT TO FAILURE
  • 4 SETS

Ballistic Squats

BALLISTIC SQUATS

  • 15-20 REPS
  • 30 SEC REST
  • 6 SETS

Ballistic Drag Sprints

BALLISTIC DRAG SPRINTS

  • 10 20 YARD SPRINTS
  • 5 30 YARD SPRINTS
  • 2 40 YARD SPRINTS

Ballistic Tricep Extensions

BALLISTIC TRICEP EXTENSIONS

  • FAILURE SETS
  • 5-6 SETS
  • 30 SSEC REST

Ballistic Rows

BALLISTIC ROWS

  • 12-15 REPS
  • LIGHTWEIGHT TO FAILURE
  • 4 SETS

Ballistic Band Good Mornings

BALLISTIC GOOD MORNINGS

  • 20 REPS
  • 30 SEC REST
  • 5-6 SETS

KEYS TO SUCCESS

Choosing the right level of Ballistic Band is important for this workout. Your goal is to fail during each rep range given in the video. If the resistance level is too light it is important that you add resistance to the next set. Always warm up before the Ballistic STP Digital Trainer. It is essential that your body is loose and ready to perform before training.

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