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.
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.
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 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?
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