Why So Many are Changing to Velocity Based Training
Is your gym work out drawing out the physiological responses you are looking for?
Your performance can be determined by various factors including environment and personal stress. This could mean your training goals, ignoring these circumstantial factors, are not as accurate as you think.
Velocity based training acknowledges your ‘readiness to train’ for the given day and adapts the session accordingly.
As I am no expert on velocity based training I have gathered a selection of articles for you to browse at.
Let’s start from the beginning. Read Matt Kuzdub’s (lead sports scientist at PUSH) article for an introductory guide to velocity based training. Click here to read the full article
Now that the basics have been covered let’s explore in a little more detail with ‘velocity based training in programming performance. Click here to read the full article
It’s now time to determine how velocity training can help your coaching. Another great article from Mark kuzbub looks at how to ‘push your athletes with velocity based training’. Click here to read the full article
A great insight into the world of velocity based training! I hope you enjoyed the articles provided and will be able to adopt this style of training in your coaching practices.
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