HMMR Podcast Episode 123: Overlooked

Sometimes it is the simple things we miss that can be the difference makers. On this week’s episode we share 5 simple training ideas that are often overlooked. From single-leg movements to planning backwards, we discuss how each one can help coaches and provide examples of how they can be quickly incorporated into training.

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Highlights and Quotes

On this episode we share basic training principles that are often overlooked by coaches, and then provide examples of how to implement them in training. Each one takes little effort but can add substantial value to training.

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Further Reading

The following links were referenced in the podcast or provide some additional reading material on the topic:

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  • This month’s focus on HMMR Media is “back to the basics.” We discussed implementing the basics on last week’s GAINcast 85. Stay tuned for more content on this topic in October.
  • We mentioned aquabags and Steve Myrland at the start of the episode. We will be posting a webinar with him this month. In the meantime you can get aquabags from the HMMR Store and learn from him on GAINcast 25.
  • Related topics were discussed on Episode 68 (organization), Episode 56 (sequencing) and Episode 58 (warming up).