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Here are just a few of the 100's of take aways from the workshop. Keep an eye out for Joe's Internship Program coming soon.
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- The Goal of your client is the most important component to program design. It's not about you, it's about them!
- Targeting the GTO Golgi Tendon Organ is the key ingredient that makes foam rolling effective.
- CNS Activation Drills fire up the nervous system and are designed to improve the individual's timing and rhythm.
- In general he recommends changing the strength program every 3-6 weeks, but 4 weeks is a good rule of thumb.
- Core dominant exercises (in general) should be placed at the end of the strength training session.
- TEMPO matters!
- Two ways to look at intensity: load and effort!
- GPP General Physical Preparation is always where you start with a client. Helps develop tissue tolerance to begin to improve their work capacity.
- Block Method of Periodizaton is an idea that suggest the use and sequencing of specialized meso-cyle blocks, where highly concentrate training workloads are focused on a minimal number of motor and technical abilities.
This is just a sample of the enormous information he talked about for programming. There is an art to programming. Invest the time to learn the skill.
Thanks Joe for a great time!
Chad Skrederstu, Joe Dowdell, Me