Browsing: simplicity and complexity

A recurring theme of this blog and a consistent philosophical tenant of my career has been an emphasis on simplicity. I have said time and again that simplicity yields complexity.…

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Start basic, use sound, proven scientific training principles coupled with best practice- then you can add complexity as needed and necessary to achieve the desired training objectives. Remember simplicity yields…

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Defining the Field of Athletic Development – Where We Are NowWhy am I writing this? Who am I to tell you how to train or rehab your athletes? How can…

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You are what you train to be, I was taught that valuable lesson in a great class I had at UCSB in 1969, called Fundamentals of Conditioning, taught by Sherm…

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Look for the obvious first. What made me think about this was an incident that happened the other day. My wireless mouse on my laptop was not working. Panic ensued,…

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