S&C TV: Cable Circuit

S&C TV are here to provide you with enlightening content and engaging topics with interviews and workouts.

Join us this week where Brendan and Sophie Wood practice the cable circuit. As well as many other exercises, Sophie Wood experiments with the squat and single arm pull, rotation pull and punch pull.

I hope you enjoyed this weeks episode. Remember the circuit challenge can be used for a number of different sports and with various athletes. Let us know how you get on!

Learn about all things strength and conditioning

In our last episode Brendan and Ryan Blake, S&C coach for Surrey County Cricket Club, reviewed the three day Accelerated Development event which took place at the end of October. Ryan talks all things sport and cricket and discusses how to break bad habits, get results and achieve quality and consistency. Alongside other topics, Brendan and Ryan highlight the true essence of coaching. If you missed last weeks episode you can still catch it on our blog.

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Learn about circuits that challenge our athletes and clients in the most efficient and effective way on our level 4 strength and conditioning course.

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