Browsing: Endurance Training

Anyone can do more. Can you do more better? Is doing more really necessary? It is very easy to default to volume, in fact it is seductive to see the…

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Nothing we do in training occurs in isolation. Everything we do is related. Training is cumulative. No one workout can make an athlete, but one workout can break an athlete.…

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?Accidental Fitness? is a great concept articulated in a recent GAIN Coffee talk by University of Portland, Assistant Cross Country and Track Coach Jack Mullaney. Essentially ?Accidental Fitness? is that…

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Instead of looking at ways to predict injury and search for hidden dysfunctions why not spend the time looking at possibilities to determine the athlete?s level of trainability? Each athlete…

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Always build and rebuild your athletes from the ground up. Emphasize training movements that connect and coordinate. Start with fundamental movements and add complexity as the athlete?s gain mastery of…

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