Archive for May, 2011
Knowing physiology is great but applying that knowledge to our program design is what we’re all after. This three part series will discuss the selective science (part 1), assessment (part 2), and application (part 3) of particular physiological aspects in relation to athletic performance, “conditioning”, and longevity. I chose this topic because I feel the essential messages hereafter have still not permeated mainstream coaching, especially in America, and thus require continual campaigning despite the fact that for some this is already common knowledge. Note I am not a physiologist nor am I an expert. The following is based on my current understanding and how I think it applies to training athletes. Read More→
Here’s a contribution I made to my very good friend Patrick Ward’s website. There’s a stigma surrounding those who do not “assess” their clients/athletes and opt for an educated “guess” before comensing with program design. Read why I believe this is perfectly fine at times:
Check it out HERE!