Posts tagged "designing training programs"
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.
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.
“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.
What do your athletes really need? Robert Dos Remedios wants to make sure that your program design has the right focus—building better athletes.
What were the game-changing events in Dan John’s life? One thing’s for sure: Dan’s game changers are all about performance!
When the wrong exercises cause more harm than benefit, it’s probably because your training goals have been focused on the “what” and not the “why.”
In sports and in life, rotation is power. David Weck demonstrates that a braced core is not required for most athletic movements and discusses the benefits of Head Over Foot™ alignmen...
From a coaching perspective, you never want to see your athlete fail . . . but many young athletes seemingly set themselves up for training failure. Chris Holder looks at a few reasons ...
Thought you had the training programmed right . . . but something seems missing? What about time for recovery and rest? Robb Rogers discusses the need for well-planned regeneration stra...
A philosophical and practical look at the training timeline for young athletes; from general athleticism to sport-specific skills, giving guidance on decisions to be made along the way.
Joel Jamieson always hears the same refrain from fitness professionals: “When it comes to a conditioning program, I struggle to put all the pieces together.” The tips in this articl...
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