There are MANY ways to train. MANY are highly effective and trust me, MANY are horrible on even their best days.
When I look at training for myself or when writing programs for others, I look at their goals and what life looks like when they perform. Nothing complicated, straight, simple and to the point.
Often times, the training programs that looks the easiest and simplest on paper are actually the toughest and the hardest.
In this video, I show you how I combine training for strength and speed in the SAME workout. WHY do I train like this? Because I WANT greater strength, greater speed, more athleticism and more lean muscle mass.
Most of the athletes we train utilize strength, speed, stamina, mental toughness, muscular endurance and more during their competitive events. So, we train for them in the SAME workout.
In addition, my time training athletes is NOT as frequent as I’d like, so using the conjugate method would not work well for these athletes because they simply don’t train enough. Most only train 2 x week.
Check this video where I demonstrate one variation of one of my favorite training methods…..
Remember: Training must mirror life, your sport and your goals.
I am in training for the sport of life, what about you?
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