Comments for STRENGTH & CONDITIONING EDUCATION https://strengthandconditioningeducation.com STRENGTH AND CONDITIONING COURSES FOR ALL LEVELS Tue, 12 Dec 2017 09:00:00 +0000 hourly 1 https://wordpress.org/?v=5.4.2 Comment on Plyometrics for Power by Brendan Chaplin https://strengthandconditioningeducation.com/power-training/plyometrics-for-power/#comment-779 Tue, 30 Oct 2012 19:20:10 +0000 http://www.brendanchaplin.co.uk/?p=1886#comment-779 In reply to Neil Mc Carthy.

Thanks Neil i’ll film some very soon, cheers for the feedback.

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Comment on Plyometrics for Power by Brendan Chaplin https://strengthandconditioningeducation.com/power-training/plyometrics-for-power/#comment-778 Tue, 30 Oct 2012 19:19:45 +0000 http://www.brendanchaplin.co.uk/?p=1886#comment-778 In reply to Nick Smith.

Thanks Nick I’ll look to film some progressions very soon!

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Comment on Plyometrics for Power by Nick Smith https://strengthandconditioningeducation.com/power-training/plyometrics-for-power/#comment-777 Sun, 28 Oct 2012 07:00:19 +0000 http://www.brendanchaplin.co.uk/?p=1886#comment-777 Interesting article with good easily usable information. A follow up article on your basic progressions would be really handy. Cheers

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Comment on Plyometrics for Power by Neil Mc Carthy https://strengthandconditioningeducation.com/power-training/plyometrics-for-power/#comment-776 Sat, 27 Oct 2012 19:45:03 +0000 http://www.brendanchaplin.co.uk/?p=1886#comment-776 Great post Brendan, it would be really great if you could film and show some of the progressions you use, as to see it I find can really make it clear what you would be looking for in the athlete. Thanks again for all your help..

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Comment on Plyometrics for Power by Ed Drysdale https://strengthandconditioningeducation.com/power-training/plyometrics-for-power/#comment-775 Sat, 27 Oct 2012 16:58:58 +0000 http://www.brendanchaplin.co.uk/?p=1886#comment-775 Nice post and link Brendan, between you and Mike Boyle you answered a lot of questions for me. I would love some more material on the subject and especially with power endurance the end result. Keep up The great work.

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Comment on How to become a strength and conditioning coach in 2018: Part 1 of 4 – Getting Qualified by Brendan Chaplin https://strengthandconditioningeducation.com/business/how-to-become-a-strength-and-conditioning-coach-in-2018-part-1-of-4/#comment-798 Sat, 27 Oct 2012 15:53:13 +0000 http://www.brendanchaplin.co.uk/?p=456#comment-798 In reply to freddie.

Thanks Freddie glad you like!

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Comment on How to become a strength and conditioning coach in 2018: Part 1 of 4 – Getting Qualified by freddie https://strengthandconditioningeducation.com/business/how-to-become-a-strength-and-conditioning-coach-in-2018-part-1-of-4/#comment-797 Thu, 25 Oct 2012 15:20:03 +0000 http://www.brendanchaplin.co.uk/?p=456#comment-797 Great post! The reading list is particularly helpful. Many thanks.

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Comment on Training with Injuries: Build your network and your relationships by Brendan Chaplin https://strengthandconditioningeducation.com/injury-reduction/training-with-injuries-build-your-network-and-your-relationships/#comment-790 Thu, 04 Oct 2012 07:17:01 +0000 http://www.brendanchaplin.co.uk/?p=1830#comment-790 Top man Ed Yep I know all about your previous injuries don’t I! They are tough times, and like you say you do need people to keep you going with greater focus at times!
Thanks for the comment mate 🙂

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Comment on Training with Injuries: Build your network and your relationships by Ed Drysdale https://strengthandconditioningeducation.com/injury-reduction/training-with-injuries-build-your-network-and-your-relationships/#comment-789 Wed, 03 Oct 2012 11:48:41 +0000 http://www.brendanchaplin.co.uk/?p=1830#comment-789 Brendan

I Can empathize completely. I ruptured a tendon in my finger at work, which required surgery. So no combat sports and heavy resistance for 16 weeks. No running 8 weeks. Can’t do anything with the hand except my specific physio for 6 weeks. This is reinforced by me wearing an extra big plaster cast designed to stop me using my hand. It works.
So what do I do. I’ve tried to keep my sessions at the same times but modified them. Strength session I’ve tried to do heavy leg pressing, thinking it may preserve some strength and produce testosterone and gh. I can still single leg pistol squat with weighted vest and chains for increased resistance. Ham raises and1 lrdl.
Aerobic and anerobic work has been done on a stationary bike. I’ve been able to do my core work without to much change. Neck and calve work has been afforded extra attention which is good. My skill sessions now revolve around watching instructionals at exactly the same time my team mates are training. I supplement this with drilling movements I can. The injurie has given me the time to go back to doing a bit more striking training ie foot work, head movement, left hand and kicking.

It certainly helps not being forgotten about by your coaches and training partners. I’ve found this injurie tough going, as I’ve felt really good in myself but so restricted.

When I was faced with 16 weeks off I was gutted and this was made worse when after 10 weeks post surgery I ‘re ruptured my tendon tripping up some steps. 16 weeks is now 26weeks. Although extremely upset I have a modified training schedule already written that I can follow.

I hope that this sits alongside what you are saying mate and like you said you can nearly always do something. For health enjoyment and so you don’t lose all fitness.

Cheers Ed

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Comment on The Whiteboard Sessions by Brendan Chaplin https://strengthandconditioningeducation.com/planning-and-organizing-training/the-whiteboard-sessions/#comment-761 Tue, 02 Oct 2012 12:04:44 +0000 http://www.brendanchaplin.co.uk/?p=1771#comment-761 In reply to Ed.

Cheers Ed should make for some fun sessions!

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