Archive for “Quality Training” Tag

The Training Template Secret

It’s great to watch a video or DVD and see what a quality training session is supposed to look like.

 

I always enjoy having exercise photographs at my fingertips with a visual representation of what each rep should look like along the way.

 

I also adore being able to read key information about what the Coach or Trainer was thinking when they designed a particular training program, or what philosophies and concepts they feel are important with respect to Speed, Strength, Coordination, Mobility, Flexibility and Injury Prevention.

 

And I especially love being given ‘sample programs’.

 

A literal “here, just do this because it works” roadmap for success.

 

You get that and every ounce of the information mentioned above inside my ‘Complete Athlete Development’ system.

 

But do you know what my favorite part is?

 

 

The fact that I took the time to create and develop a Training Template for you.

 

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Pro Athletes & Youth Conditioning

Here are your updates to www.IYCAMembers.com for the week of August 30, 2010

 

 

1) AUDIO – HOW PROFESSIONAL ATHLETES ARE AFFECTED BY YOUTH CONDITIONING & TRAINING

 

Our newest IYCAMembers.com Columnist is the incredible, Sue Falsone.

 

Sue is the Head Physical Therapist for Athletes Performance, a Speaker on the Perform Better Tour and the PT for Major League Baseball’s, Los Angeles Dodgers.

 

Quite the pedigree!

 

In this interview, Sue explains the role of Youth Athlete Development Training and its impact she sees everyday with elite, professional athletes.

 

Quality training at the youth level is necessary… And Sue is going to tell you why:
youth conditioning

 

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10,000 Youth Training Programs

Youth Training Programs

“Templates” became my haven for creating quality youth training programs.

 

They saved me literally hours of time in preparation.

 

They were perfectly based on my overall training system.

 

They were custom built for progressions and regressions.

 

They were ideal for use in small or large group settings.

 

And with about two hours of preparation, I could create one sheet that added up to more than 10,000 individual training programs.

 

Seriously

 

It’s all based on compartmentalizing and categorization.

 

I created a video to show you exactly how I did it and how you can as well.

 

This will be one of the most worthwhile 5 minutes you could ever spend on Youth Training Programs

 

 

See My Complete ‘Training Template’ System in Action —> http://completeathletedevelopment.com/