Training Challenges - Bus Bench Training Program - Dan John Challenges

Training using Challenges, Dan John

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Personal and group challenges are one way Dan John creates bus-bench programming for himself and his athletes or clients. In this talk, he describes the philosophy behind these challenges, and offers a few examples.

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Training Challenges – Bus Bench Training Program – Dan John Challenges

Personal and group training challenges are one way Dan John creates bus-bench programming for himself and his athletes or clients. In this talk, he describes the philosophy behind these challenges, and offers a few examples.

“You reach for the stars, but when you can’t keep reaching. You have to turn around and keep that base going. Challenges are the easiest way for both athletes and non-athletes to do this. Maybe you don’t want to look great in a bikini, but I strive to.” ~Dan John

TOPIC MARKERS

• Occam’s Razor & Paradox of Eubulides (3:05)
• The Perfect Program (7:20)
• Bus Bench vs. Park Bench (12:15)
• Problems & Mysteries (19:15)
• Challenges (24:15)
• Deprivation (30:25)

LECTURER BIO

A prolific writer, Dan is also a life-long competitive athlete, a well-known speaker and a former high school teacher. You’ll enjoy his regular blog writing on his site at danjohn.net and can pepper him with questions in his Q&A section in the IronOnline forum at davedraper.com.

Who Benefits?

Trainers and coaches who design workout programs, especially short-term challenge programs

1 review for Training using Challenges, Dan John

  1. 5 out of 5

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    Loved it! Great stuff, as always from Dan John! The Plato of the Plates (Olympic) has done it again. Lots of things to ponder and apply to your lifting and life outside of the gym.

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Duration: 40 minutes; Transcript: 9 pages; Mp3 file size: 25 MBs

This is a digital product with immediate access to download. There is no physical version of this product.

$4.95