Sports performance research, application, and coaching philosophies are constantly changing, updating and advancing. While that is an exciting aspect of any coach's profession, having so many different research stats, application techniques and coaching philosophies on training can be confusing and even sometimes detrimental to the progression of the profession. Here at VertiMax, we believe that an athlete should be strong, powerful, agile, fast and proficient at their sport specific movements. With that being said, there are still quite a few ways to make that happen.
In the following slide deck, what we are going to provide you with is a simple 5 step process to effectively and efficiently create programming for sports performance success. Through a series of questions and principles, you can plug and play your personalized system into this solution, no matter your philosophy, or who you are currently training.
The principles that we provide will allow you to create specificity around your training protocol in a very strategic way while prioritizing movements, and give you the ability to progress the athlete, safely and effectively to their peak performance level in their respective sport.
Before we get into the details, ask yourself this question: What do my athletes have to do in the weight room to get better on the field?
When you start writing the program, start with that in mind, and when each training session and/or cycle is finished ask the following: Did the workouts that we did in the weight room transfer to better performance on the field?
It’s that simple! No matter your philosophy or ideas of how and what to train, if what you did yielded a better athlete on the field, you did your job.
That’s not the end though.
In the following slide deck, we’ve written up the 5 Principles to Sports Performance Programming Success, which will include further questions to get down to the specifics of each and every individual in your facility, even if you coach teams, or groups of players at a time.
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