FREE Rugby Speed Part 1 - Movements Prep
Includes Ebook + Videos For Men & Women
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Carlin isles
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MEET YOUR TRAINERS

CARLIN ISLES

  • Fastest Rugby Player On Planet Earth!
  • Fastest man in rugby
  • Runs 40 yard dash 4.22 seconds
  • 2019 Top Try Scorer
  • Former collegiate sprinter & american football player
  • Plays for the USA Men's National 7s Rugby Team
  • Olympian athlete 2016 Rio, Brazil

RYAN GALLOP

  • Former Strength & Conditioning Coach USA Men's National 7s Team
  • Performance Director at NAKOA Fitness & Physical Therapy
  • Former Strength & Conditioning Coach for USA Men's National Rugby Team
  • Has experience in training pro & amateur athletes of all sports, ages and abilities
  • Currently ​Movement Specialist for the San Diego Legion Pro Rugby Team
  • Rugby player for 23 years and counting

About Carlin Isles - World's Fastest Rugby Player!

Here's What You Get

This program will allow you to build the discipline needed to consistently engage in the body preparation/maintenance aspects while taking your time to learn all of the primal patterns and build towards mastery of the locomotive and deceleration skills. Competency in these areas is a MUST for improvements in Speed & Agility to occur.

  • Key Terms: Learn important coaching cues that should be focused on in the different movements/drills.
  • Soft Tissue Preparation: Soft tissue preparation (self myofascial release) is the act of an athlete warming up the areas needed for the training session by targeting trigger points(knots in the muscle/facsia) and applying pressure through gravity using your tool of choice.To put it simply, the athlete must warm up the muscles needed for the training session by targeting trigger points (knots in the muscles/fascia) and applying pressure through gravity using your tool of choice. Our recommend tools are foam rollers, softballs, tennis balls, golf balls, and if you’re in a pinch the ball you use for your sport.
  • Isolated Mobility: This process helps prepare the joints and surrounding connective tissue for the optimum range of motion necessary for effective speed and agility mechanics.
  • ​Isolated Muscle Activation: This process helps prepare the smaller muscle groups that assist the larger muscle groups to facilitate the actions necessary for effective speed and agility mechanics.
  • Primal Patterns: This process helps prepare the larger muscle groups and central nervous system to facilitate the actions necessary for effective speed and agility mechanics.
  • ​Active Stretching: This process helps prepare the body’s muscular systems and connective tissues for the actions necessary for effective speed and agility mechanics.
  • ​Locomotive Skills Preparation: This process helps develop and continually improve the different movement skills involved in effective speed and agility mechanics. 
  • ​Deceleration Skills Preparation: This process helps develop and continually improve the different deceleration skills involved in effective speed and agility mechanics. This includes stopping, slowing down in order to change direction, landing jumps properly and is a huge aspect of injury prevention!
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DISCLAIMER: Any results stated above are my personal results. Please understand my results are not typical, I’m not implying you’ll duplicate them (or do anything for that matter). I have the benefit of having gone through much training, trial, and error for years, and have an established following and history as a result. The average person who buys any “how to” information gets little to no results. I’m using these references for example purposes only. Your results will vary and depend on many factors …including but not limited to your background, experience, and work ethic. All physical training entails risk as well as massive and consistent effort and action. If you’re not willing to accept that, please DO NOT GET THIS.
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