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Program Applications

Program Application


Recommendations: 
Ages 9 & up. For individuals who are free of injuries, at least 10 months post surgery, & are not currently experiencing fatigue or chronic soreness.

Research & Development: 
Designed by professional sports strength & fitness trainers in conjunction with biomechanists, kinesiology experts, & nationally acclaimed clinicians. Over a decade of research, analytics, and empirical data supports this program's applications and curriculum.

Required Equipment: 
To be utilized with the VPX Traction Foam Roller, VPX Torsion Velocity Band System, & VPX Torsion Hip Loop (pictured below).

Program Details


Overview: 
This program develops SUPPORTED strength & fitness that trains all movement planes. This ensures your body is built properly & in conjunction with kinetic chain reaction requirements. Additionally, this program is designed to build muscle mass, muscular response, & fast twitch flexor strength in one chain that works cohesively with how the human body moves in daily activities.

Data & Recovery Oversight: 
Over 10 years of analytical research data (from the University, lab, & on field levels) support this program's viability. Data is INDEPENDANTLY obtained from VPX Sports - ensuring the integrity of this program. USAGE OF THIS PROGRAM REQUIRES OVERSIGHT IN RECOVERY TO ENSURE YOU ARE NOT PLACING UNDUE STRESS UPON JOINTS, SUPPORTING MUSCULAR TISSUE, OR OVERALL BONE STRUCTURE.

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Program Key:


» Perceived Effort Level (PEL): 
The amount of effort or intensity level per rep. 100% is max loading that fatigues muscular response on last rep of each exercise. 90% is controlled high intensity loading that causes last rep of each exercise to be accomplished without muscular burn. 80% is medium intensity loading that does not fatigue muscular response on last rep of each exercise. 

» Video Links: 
Many exercises will provide a video link to that specific exercise. All videos can be accessed through these links or on our YouTube channel located at Big League Edge Performance Baseball.

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Torsion Strength Program:
Warm Up

Torsion Strength Program: Warm Up


Before every training day, you will conduct Steps 1 - 3 (below) BEFORE you start the day's prescribed training regimen. Do not skip, as this is a portion of your daily routine that gets your body & arm kinetically synced with muscular response. 

Before every training day, you will conduct Steps 1 - 2 (below) BEFORE you start the day's prescribed training curriculum. Do not skip, as this is a portion of your daily routine that gets your body kinetically synced with muscular response. 

#1 Active Body Warm Up »

#2 Daily Flex & Mobility »

Torsion Strength Program: Daily Workouts

Torsion Strength Program:
Daily Workouts


After you conduct the above Daily Flex & Warm Up Circuit, your body will be prepared to start training. Start with Weeks 1-2 and then move chronologically to Weeks 3-4 and so on. Do them exactly as printed with the amounts prescribed. If you cannot conduct the full daily workload due to pain, fatigue, or injury, cut back sets or loading FIRST, then exercise or rep amounts SECOND. Always pay close attention to the PEL % ratings of each exercise to ensure proper recovery rates. 

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