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The most difficult aspect of succeeding with remote exercise programming is a general disconnect between coach and athlete. Whether it’s the athlete’s inability to decipher the terminologies used in the Excel spreadsheet, or the coach’s inability to appropriately monitor and adjust exercises based on performance, remote programming has had its fair share of shortcomings. With our remote programming at RRSC, we have taken a measured approach that was carefully organized in efforts to mitigate as much of the difficulty as possible.
Beginning with our exercise library, which currently contains over 500 videos, we take the guess work and confusion out of exercise comprehension by providing digital links for every exercise listed in your program. In addition to that, we have provided cues, suggested weights for certain exercises, and a training instructions page for each program to ensure exercises are being performed correctly and safely.
Each program, whether an individually tailored personal program, or one of our base programs is constructed with you in the forefront. We have done all that we can to create thorough instructions, details, and boundaries to ensure your safety and performance.
WHAT PEOPLE SAY
I was a 43 year old 330lb morbidly obese man who couldn’t walk across the parking lot to fast without injuring an ankle or knee. When Nicole started working with me. Within in a year I ran/ walked a half marathon. Within two I actually hiked part of the Appalachian trail. Nicole was intelligent and compassionate enough to organize a training plan for me while working around my physical challenges. Its simple do as she tells you and you’ll get the results you want without getting hurt. She’s a good trainer and a good friend.
The RRSC exercise library is designed to accomplish two things:
1.) Provide demonstrations with multiple angles and cueing to ensure you perform exercises safely and effectively.
2.) Give you full access to a perpetually growing exercise bank to keep your training invigorating and variable.
Our thought process on the exercise library was really pretty simple, we knew we had to shoot hundreds of videos for our remote programming, so why not make use of the library itself? The library is organized by body part/muscular action, and then again by increasing difficulty. Irrespective of how you train or what your exercise level is, there is certainly plenty of content to keep your training flavorful and effective.
MORE ABOUT US
Rude-Rock Strength & Conditioning is a collaborative operation co-founded by Danny and Nicole Foley designed to provide quality information pertaining to strength and conditioning and Olympic weightlifting. Danny and Nicole are both CSCS and USAW-certified strength coaches who collectively have over 14 years of experience in the S&C and Olympic weightlifting realms. The overarching goal of Rude-Rock Strength & Conditioning is to use our independent expertise in S&C and Olympic Weightlifting, respectively, to provide wholesome content intended for audiences of all knowledge and ability levels. Through a complimentary balance of articles, videos, and individualized programming our mission is to provide current, pragmatic content to enhance your general knowledge and ultimately your performance in the gym.