Posts tagged "program design"

Boris Bachmann: Deadlift Stud, Squat Dud

Boris Bachmann, the Squat RX guy, answers a few questions from people struggling to bring their squat up to the level of their deadlift (and that’s a lot...

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.

Josh Hillis: How to Gauge Weight Loss Progress

One of the toughest factors in weight loss is gauging progress; to know what’s working and build momentum. Josh Hillis discusses using a combination of weight, bodyfat and body measur...

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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Dan John: Training Economics

People are always trying to sell you a magic pill to get you leaner, faster, stronger. The truth is, as far as training is concerned, a long-term vision is far better.

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Gray Cook: Motor Control and Stability and Prime Mover Training

Gray Cook makes a clear statement: View stability with a strength mentality and you’ll miss the nuances of motor control, coordination and stability and go right into prime mover trai...

Dan John: 5 Basic Human Movements

Dan John: 5 Basic Human Movements

Dan John discusses the 5 basic human movements: Push, pull, hinge, squat and loaded carry and prioritizes their impact on strength training. What do you do in the weight room?