I’m a programmer, analyst, and coach.

Hold your horses Mary, I didn’t say Kettlebell Sport Coach, I can be a coach instead of a trainer if I choose to. And I choose to.

 

But to get back to the subject at hand, I’ve been analysing and breaking down movements  and exercises for a project I’m working on. I thought it would be fun to see who all can decipher this? Know your anatomical terms?

start: supine
LOWER LIMB SIDE 1 knee flexion (inactive)
UPPER LIMB SIDE 2 (removed, because it would to easy for some)
step 1: UPPER LIMB SIDE 1
– horizontal shoulder flexion
– elbow extension (concentric)
step 2: UPPER LIMB SIDE 1 isometric elbow extension, will be maintained till the end
step 3: UPPER LIMB SIDE 2 coming onto elbow, shoulder extension (concentric)
step 4: UPPER LIMB SIDE 2 elbow extension (concentric)
step 5: LOWER LIMB SIDE 2 knee extension, hip extension (concentric)
step 6: LOWER LIMB SIDE 1
– knee extension (isometric)
– hip extension (concentric)
– hip internal rotation (isometric)
step 7: UPPER LIMB SIDE 2 elbow extension (isometric)
step 8: UPPER LIMB SIDE 2 shoulder extension (isometric)
step 9: LOWER LIMB SIDE 2
– knee flexion (concentric)
– hip flexion (concentric)
– release hip internal rotation (isometric)
UPPER LIMB 1
– shoulder internal rotation
step 10: LOWER LIMB SIDE 2 hip extension (concentric)
step 11: LOWER LIMB SIDE 1 hip extension (concentric)

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Note: Could be the description of a full or half exercise.

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