The Forward Hop is the foundation movement. Draw an invisible line in front of you and establish a low base with your feet shoulder width apart. Jump with both legs at the same time, hopping forward and backwards. Keep knees bent and land softly. Forward Hop can be done either double or single leg.
Plank Punches take the basic plank position and amp it up to a more athletic-based movement by adding upper body movement with alternating punches. The biggest challenge in this movement is to maintain equal hip level while punching. Remember that slower is better in this movement.
Maintain a rigid core while slowly dropping down into your squat. The key to this athletic movement is tempo - give yourself 3 seconds to get down into a squat position and 1 second to explode up to standing. Keep your core active and knees in a tight, controlled stance.
The Season Opener is a high-intensity interval style workout that combines footwork, core, and compound exercises. Made up of four parts, with one minute of rest between each part, this practice will push you to your limits. Dom will change your mind about how impactful 20-minutes of moving can b...
PROGRAM GUIDE | Athletic Movement with Dom Termansen
The Athletic Movement program guide was designed to give you a visual reference of each movement through high-quality photographs and descriptions that break down the benefits, modifications, and common mistakes of each exercise. The guide also includes a customized training plan to help you deve...