Convict Conditioning 3?
Yes you heard it right! In an exclusive interview with The “Coach Paul Wade” by Dragon Door Publishers last year, the Coach revealed that we can expect an addition to his famous bodyweight training series soon in the market.
This does not mean the folks undergoing convict conditioning need to panic! In fact they have a good reason to have a big smile on the face to extend the results from the anguish of convict routines. As we all know Convict conditioning (part 1) is all about the BIG SIX Convict Conditioning progressions which circumscribe all the major basic body movements. One can also read about the six ‘explosive’ moves respectively that complement each of the BIG SIX and allows the athlete to take each of the moves to the next level.
So what will Convict Conditioning 3 cover?
Convict Conditioning 3 is the climax of Convict Conditioning and Convict Conditioning 2: Build more explosive power gradually by exposing yourself to a series of more and more tougher moves.
“The area of progressive calisthenics, speed, power, and reflex training will be the subject of Convict Conditioning 3. You heard it here first!”- Paul Wade
Well, ladies and gentlemen this will be the new theme of the highly anticipated Convict Conditioning series – viz., Convict Conditioning 3.
Coach Paul Wade believes in allocating explosive power training a decent but relatively lower volume as similar to the strength work. However, there is no one formula fits all to increase explosive power or speed, either explosive exercises may be performed early during the workout, in between or at the end by an athlete depending on the goal. Moves like tuck jumps when combined with Squats or back handsprings for the Bridge ,these explosive moves could be performed by some athletes after exhausting Big six movements such as squats in order to stay agile and explosive even when tired after a hard fight(in case of combat athletes) or demanding tiresome routine.
In Convict Conditioning 3, Paul Wade engineers all kinds of workouts and programming knacks to approach power as per the athlete’s goals. The difference in trainings and workout would be quite fascinating as a combat training athlete or Rugby sport person will play by different rules and their training tuned towards more explosive work than an athlete who puts strength and muscle building under microscope at all times.
We are all looking forward getting our hands on it as soon as its out!
Till then lets nail the first two parts!
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Professional trainer, ex cross-fitter and a long time calisthenic practitioner. Started with Convict Conditioning and developed levels of strength which led him to street workouts championships. Jeff writes about everything calisthenics focusing on control development, skill progression as well as injuries (as he got a few). He would love to hear from you and answer any questions you might have.