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Here’s installment 2.1 of Dr./Coach Patrick Davidson’s program design process. Be sure to first read Part 1 and 2.0 so you understand where he is coming from with some of these answers.

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   I write this piece because I am guilty of everything in it and will always be. However the goal is to eschew as much of the thinking flaws presented here as possible. The phrase “thought process vs. system” is something I heard a lot this past summer with Patrick Ward. While I had similar thoughts before going to Arizona, I left with a far better appreciation for what this means in real world examples. Read More→
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Jun
17

Clarifying Some of the Physiology

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Nov
04

Updated ANS & Training Series

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Oct
08

Judging One’s Programs?

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   This past week, approached by one of my interns I was handed two pieces of paper and asked a simple question – "Coach, what do you think of this program I wrote?" Read More→
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Jul
10

The Application of Elasticity

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In the "biology of elasticity" we discussed pure science of the quality, which is very specific unlike the vague internet definitions you here floating around the profession these days. Here that science will come to life in a very purposeful way that can easily be applied to your training program. Read More→

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  Part one of this series covered the very basic physiology of the autonomic nervous system. Part two discussed some of the many practical assessment strategies of the ANS. Here in part three we’ll uncover some practical applications for your programming. Read More→

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