Power Sources

POWERSOURCES

Tsunami Bar® Sports wants to make implementing the Tsunami Bar® and Swing Balance™ products into your training as simple as possible.

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The Eight Power Sources brakes down movements into very focused areas of development. With the flexible bar technology many exercises that could not be done with a rigid steel bar can now be performed safely and with much more speed and multiple direction movements.

 

Although most of the example exercises use Tsunami Bar®/Swing Balance™ products, other implements can be utilized such as Med/Slam Balls, Kettlebells, Exercise Bands and Body Weight.

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The Tsunami Bar®/Swing Balance™ Power Sources is a first of its kind reference for linking exercises that groups the movements into Power Sources.

 

For full descriptions of Power Sources click on the View Exercises Button for each Power Source below. There you will find a short video and several example movements.

Vertical Power

Hang-Clean-to-Push-PressIn the context of sports, vertical power can be defined as the ability to create and deliver force into the ground through muscular contraction.

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Rotational Power

Developing the ability to add angular velocity to rotational kinetic energy.

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Shoulder Stability

Developing strength and balance throughout the shoulder complex creating dynamic stability through the ROM.

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Trunk / Core

Developing the 3-Dimensional depth and functional movement in all planes of motion.

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Cyclic Velocity

Developing the ability to reach high speed and frequency of cyclic movement through muscular contraction.

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Plyometric

Enhancing the elastic component and the stretch reflex capability of muscular contraction.

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Mobility

The combination of normal joint range of motion and proper muscular flexibility.

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Conditioning

The state of change in a physiological system that improves re-polarization and reaction time of that system.

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