Fitness – Preparedness for realistic physical demands.
Athlete – Any person who works to achieve fitness.
Scaling – Modifying a workout according to an athlete’s capabilities, level of experience, or specific physical hindrances.
Functionality – The nature of a movement in its applicability to natural range of motion, application of force, and real life activity.
Constant Variance – The strategy of keeping workouts constantly varied in their modal form, in the exercises they contain, and in their allotted time domains.
Intensity – The rate at which work is accomplished. High intensity is a rapid rate at which work is accomplished. Low intensity is a slow, easy rate.
Load – The amount of weight prescribed in a workout.
Daily Drill – Specific workout programmed for each day.
Daily Dog Drill – Specific canine integrated workout programmed for those who want to integrate their dogs into exercise.
Tabata – Eight intervals of 20 seconds max work of prescribed exercise followed by 10 seconds of rest.
3×5 – Three sets of 5 reps at same weight. (*This also applies when variables change. Ex. 5×3, 5×5, etc,)
3-3-3-3-3 – Five sets of three reps continually increasing weight in each set. Goal is to find 3 rep max. (*Same for 5-5-5, 1-1-1-1-1-1-1, etc.)
1RM – Max effort for one rep (2RM = Max two reps etc.)
# – Amount of pounds