WHAT IS PMT?
What is PMT?
What is a progression based approach?
We followed this progression movement sequence from birth:
- Roll Over
Mastering basic levels of movement first, lays a foundation of required technique, strength and ability needed to achieve higher levels of movement. This allows the individual to continually achieve a higher level of physical function without plateauing and reducing risk of injury.
What does an exercise progression look like?
- 30 second hang on a bar – develops necessary mobility and grip strength
- Inverted rows on a suspension trainer – develops necessary scapular stability and begins developing pull movement strength
- Jackknife suspension pull ups – begins training strength in the vertical plane
- Eccentric pull ups – further develops the strength in the vertical plane
- Strict pull up – the client has now developed the ability to vertically pull their body weight
This is a proven sequence to progress an individual to a body weight pull up, with some individuals reaching these milestones faster than others.
What do you do in a PMT workout?
Every class includes the following:
- 15 Min Corrective Prep
- 15 Min Speed/Power Training
- 30 Min Strength Training
- 15 Min Conditioning
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