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Rod Brind'Amour Workout



Rod Brind'Amour Workout

 

Rod Brind'Amour

Retired Center, Carolina Hurricanes

6'1", 205 lbs.

 

 

Rod Brind'Amour has been often noted as being a freak of nature who possessed one of the best physiques in all of sports, and especially for a man his age. Brind 'Amour played with more intensity than anyone in the NHL and was the difference maker in leading the Hurricanes to their first Stanley Cup Championship in 2006. Brind'Amour has legendary workouts and is often called the bionic player for never getting tired; he nearly led the league in average minutes played as a center, a statistic dominated by defensemen. He has extreme committment to physical training, doing it ever since he was 12 years old and has been hooked ever since. He even got locked out of the gym at Michigan State for working out too much. The offseason is especially where Brind'Amour makes his strides and during the season is more of a maintain status quo type mantra.
 
 
 

Have you ever seen a hockey player look
the way he does? His periodization and
hypertrophy training has really helped him
achieve this look.
 


Brind'Amour often does a routine of periodization in which he does a "Get Big" Hypertrophy training phase for 4 weeks followed by a "Get Strong" Maximal Strength training phase for 6 weeks, and then a "Get Fast" Power training for 4 weeks. This type of variation keeps his body guessing and allows him to enhance all aspects of his performance abilities. Research has actually confirmed that doing periodization routines have the ability to produce significantly better results than straight set training or normal progression type training. No wonder why Brind'Amour has that legendary physique!

During his latter years, Brind'Amour focused less on weights and more on conditioning and cardio. "Everybody looks for the secret, but it's just hard work. I've not found the fountain of youth, but I'm all ears if someone has", says Brind'Amour. As your body ages, it's not as necessary to focus on heavy weight lifting. Your heart is a muscle and it is only more critical to train it as you age, something Brind'Amour obviously realizes. Not to mention, it's ultimately the cardio and conditioning that helps you succeed in hockey, not so much how strong you are.

 

 

 

 

 

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"In talking to trainers in various sports, I'd suggest that Rod's fitness level and dedication would rival any athlete in any pro sport," Peter Friesen, the Hurricanes' strength and conditioning coach, said. "Usually, someone's really strong, they have great endurance or good flexibility, but not in one parcel. Rod has the whole package. I don't see many people who have his drive and desire, day in and day out. He approaches his workout with the same tenacity, whether he's healthy or injured."




 

 

 

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Date Published : 2011-12-10 04:21:37
Written By : Jaret Grossman

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