How to Train Like an Athlete

 

Training for athletic performance is different than training for general fitness. In this video, we'll explore those differences to help you make better choices about your training.

There is no magic here, simply principles based on science and best practices in the field of Strength and Conditioning. The problem is, many athletes never get exposure to these basic principles because this is not what gets published in mainstream fitness magazines. Popular fitness fads are not based on principles for athletic performance because the goals of gen pop clients are different than the needs of athletes. So, if you consider yourself to be an athlete, then make sure you are getting training that is aligned with your goal of athletic performance!

Three main principles

  1. How strength training for aesthetics differs from strength training for performance. We'll look at exercise selection and training protocols.
  2. Why how you feel during a training session may fool you into less than optimal training habits.
  3. The overlooked role that scheduling plays in your long term athletic development.

 

Whether you train with us or not, I hope you'll keep these principles in mind as you plan for training this off season.

If you want and easy to use, complete program for ultimate, join us in The Ultimate Athlete Project. Built from the ground up with ultimate in mind, you can choose a schedule from 2-6 days/week that fits your life and allows you to get the most efficient adaptation from the time you put into your training.

Want to learn more about the most effective off-season training for Ultimate?

We've talked before in our blog about programs that aren't specific to Ultimate, and why they won't give you the best result.  Join our mailing list and we'll teach you a few workouts that demonstrate best practice for off-season training for Ultimate!

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