Reactive Neuromuscular Training (RNT) is a technique used to improve movement quality and exercise form. RNT utilizes external resistance (I.E., resistance band) to facilitate an automatic, subconscious response at the neuromuscular level. This can translate into improved movement patterns with less compensation.
What does RNT mean in workouts?
RNT stands for reactive neuromuscular training. It is a training method that focuses on challenging the body in different ways to get it to fire the muscles in the proper way.
What is an RNT deadlift?
RNT RDL or Deadlift Problem: Bar drifts away from the body, changing the lever arm and putting undue stress on the low back. Solution: Attach a band to the bar, pulling it away from the athlete’s body. This forces athletes to engage lats and upper back, plus truly hinge at the hips, to keep the bar path clean.
What is RNT?
Abbrev. for Registered Nurse Tutor.
What is neuromuscular training?
(2011b) defined neuromuscular training (NT) as a training program that incorporates general (e.g., fundamental movements) and specific (e.g., sport-specific movements) strength and conditioning activities, such as resistance, dynamic stability, balance, core strength, plyometric, and agility exercises with the goal to
What does RNT mean in Crossfit?
The Total Nutrition Takeover (TNT) doesn’t technically have an ending, so we won’t call this the conclusion but we do want to summarize our biggest and best event to date.
What is a plank March?
Get into a forearm plank with your shoulders in line with your elbows and forearms parallel to each other on the ground. Lift your right foot off the ground and then your lift your left foot, as if you’re marching. This is one rep. Repeat for eight to 12 reps.