Posts tagged "designing training programs"

Dan John: Old Drills Reborn—Training Programs for “Everybody Else”

Thirty seconds on? I can do that. Thirty seconds off? Definitely. For thirty minutes? Say what? Dan John has some ideas that may convince you to add classi...

Joel Jamieson: Building the Performance Model

Don’t make the mistake of thinking that performance is the same for every sport . . . it’s literally a different ball game. The Performance Model is where the athlete, the requireme...

Mike Boyle: Three Lessons I Learned from Coaching Kids

Mike Boyle has the experience to know when to keep training simple. When coaching kids, K.I.S.S. is the rule . . . and even then, there are lessons to learn that will make you a better ...

Alwyn Cosgrove: Basic Movements and Program Design

Are you making program design too complicated? Start with basic movements and see if they make the difference your client wants.

Chris Holder: Qigong for Recovery and Health

Qigong is one of the most layered, ancient and powerful practices used to bring about massive health benefits and recovery efforts. Chris Holder tells us how it’s still relevant today...

Gray Cook: What are Progressions?

What are progressions? How are they part of your training continuum? For Gray Cook, language and communication are vital to accountability.

Eric Chessen: Training Clients with Autism

Coaches, therapists and fitness professionals often have outstanding program templates and countless exercise options, but they need the proper three-part strategy for training clients ...

Guy Massi: Oscillation, Amplitude and Dynamic Stability Training

Did you ever believe in something that didn’t work . . . until it did? That’s Guy Massi’s story with Dynamic Stability Training using oscillation.

Chris Holder: Conditioning for Competition—More Than Just Running

Do all athletes need to run? Chris Holder’s personal experiences playing football led him to look for other conditioning options to better prepare his athletes for competition.

Dan John: Principles of Training for the Russian Kettlebell Certification (RKC) Preparation Program

“It’s not where you start, it’s where you finish.” Dan John gives you the small, but important additions that lead to a successful Russian Kettlebell Certification experience.

Robert Dos Remedios: Building Better Athletes with Optimal Program Design

What do your athletes really need? Robert Dos Remedios wants to make sure that your program design has the right focus—building better athletes.

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