No Gym, No Problem: Training in an Austere Environment

Tex McQuilkin

An introduction to Power Athlete's fundamentals of movement and the necessary skills to write your own workouts using minimal equipment to maximize strength gains. Whether traveling, deployed or locked down from your gym, this course empowers you to continue training effectively by teaching you intelligent programming and a resilience mindset.

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Austere Training is the practice of strength and conditioning in resource-constrained, perhaps harsher, environments. And no, we are not talking about the water dispenser flashing its red “need a new filter” light or the WiFi going down. We mean spaces like the wilderness, limited hotel gyms, or day one of your home gym build, where all you have is a cinder block, a bag of concrete, a bucket, and a dream.

This presentation will provide you with an introduction to Power Athlete's fundamentals of movement and the necessary skills to write your own workouts using minimal equipment to maximize strength gains. Whether traveling, deployed or locked down from your gym, this course empowers you to continue training effectively by teaching you intelligent programming and a resilience mindset.
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