Driving athletes to peak performance is an art.
Of course we want athletes to be strong, to be fast, to be athletic in every sense of the word.
But dialing in training to achieve all of those goals is not as easy as some may think. How much work strength work should be done in the gym? How much is enough – and how much is TOO much?
How strong is too strong?
Today, we dive into the subject. And instead of just blabbing opinions, get ready to hear some of the science.
ACADEMIC CONCEPTS MEET REAL-WORLD APPLICATION.
Learn the High-Level Muscle Science, Physics, and Biomechanics Principles to Give Your Athletes the Fastest and Safest Progress Possible
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LISTEN IN TO TODAY’S PODCAST AS WE TALK ABOUT:
- How Wake Forest University had tons of hamstring tears (and the greatest athlete Travis ever coached)
- The WRONG way to address stride length and stride rate
- Carnivore diet?
- Power “Development” vs. Power “Expression” – and why that matters
- The best time to stretch: before or after training? (Hint: neither)
- and more…