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6 Tips For A Better Warm Up For Speed & Power Athletes

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6 Tips For A Better Warm Up For Speed & Power Athletes

What is the point of a warm up? The first goal of the warm up is, as alluded to by the name, to raise the body's core temperature. This takes approximately 8 to 10 minutes of continuous activity to accomplish. Once the body is warm, the next goal of the warm up is to tune in motor qualities, improve coordination, and maximize force outputs so that the work you perform is as high quality as possible. Typically you will be least coordinated right when you wake up, becoming more coordinated as you become more alert and move around. A proper...

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Training Beginner Vs Advanced Sprint Athletes | SprintingWorkouts.com

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Training Beginner Vs Advanced Sprint Athletes | SprintingWorkouts.com

As discussed in my previous video, Power Force Velocity Profiling is a great way to gain insights into what a sprinter might need training wise in order to improve their sprint acceleration. Knowing whether you have a force deficit or velocity deficit is important, but this information can only be of use to the athlete or coach if they can then generate a plan which works to correct these deficits and create a more balanced force velocity profile in the athlete. Even more important, is knowing which types of training are more suited for beginner or advances athletes. Today we...

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How Often Should You Lift Weights | Strength Training Frequency

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How Often Should You Lift Weights | Strength Training Frequency

Strength Training Frequency How Often Should You Perform Strength Training? Whatever your training goals, chances are that you would benefit from some sort of strength training. Strength is the basis of all movement in life, and sarcopenia (age related muscle wasting) is a real problem which ALL of us will at some point face. Whether your goals are to look like mutant with ungodly amounts of muscle, to perform better at your sport, or to simply age well and reduce falling risk and not break a hip, you fall into the category of people who would benefit from strength training....

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Transfer of Training | Tips On Making Your Training More Effective

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Transfer of Training | Tips On Making Your Training More Effective
To achieve transfer from sports training to sports performance coaches need to stick to logical training, progress that training in a way that is relevant to the athlete, balance creativity with practicality, and educate their athletes to improve buy-in and take advantage of the placebo effect for training. Learn more in this article!

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