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 Programming Course: 5 Fatal Mistakes Coaches Make When

DESIGNING PROGRAMS

Learn the 5 biggest mistakes that most every coach WITHOUT a traditional education in strength and conditioning makes, and learn how NOT to make them! This mini-course is a semester's worth of Exercise Phys, for FREE!

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This COURSE is for YOU if…

  • You are not 100% confident in writing training programs that will get your clients superior results.
  • You need to know the "WHY" behind your training programs so you can confidently explain it to clients and they understand the purpose behind each movement.
  • ​You want to be considered one of the best trainers in terms of cutting edge knowledge so you can attract and retain more clients.

Your CHALLENGE Schedule:

Day 1: Prioritize Strength Training

  • Improving strength
  • ​Prioritizing strength training
  • ​Prioritize foundational patterns
  • ​Set the stage for improving bilateral movements

Day 2: Cooldown Sequence

  • Start facilitating the recovery process
  • ​Reducing stress in the body
  • ​The sympathetic  vs parasympathetic nervous system

Day 3: Aerobic Development

  • Prioritizing aerobic training
  • ​Cardiac output method

Day 4: Less Variability with S&C

  • Too much variation makes it tough to re-engrain motor patterns
  • ​The optimal variation schedule
  • ​How to determine the best patterns for each client

Day 5: Linear Periodization

  • Why linear periodization is not a prudent training model for most people
  • The model we now use that considers daily stressors
  • ​Designing a program that has maximum sustainability

Today’s CHOICES are FUTURE RESULTS.

Learn the skills that any professional coach in strength and conditioning needs to understand about strength training, energy systems development, recovery measures, training effects and putting these principles together to create cohesive training plans. These five mistakes are easy to make and fixing them will instantly elevate the way you write programs.