https://www.hmmrmedia.com/wp-content/uploads/2016/09/vern_glasgow16.jpg 1545 2817 Vern Gambetta http://www.hmmrmedia.com/wp-content/uploads/2017/07/HMMR-Full-Logo400.png Vern Gambetta2016-12-31 00:30:432016-12-31 00:30:43Random Thoughts on Training to Wrap Up 2016
Random Thoughts on Training to Wrap Up 2016
- Volume is not a biomotor quality. Anyone can do more; the path to success is doing it better.
- Train speed in – It is precious. Very easy to compromise by speed by doing too much
- Strength as a motor quality is easy to develop and even easier to stabilize (Maintain)
- Consist work is more important than an occasional spectacular workout
- Train to your strengths and minimize the weaknesses
- So-called “Reactive Agility” is best trained within the context of the actual technical and tactical sport practice. Coaches pointing to cones and flashing lights do not get it done.
- The majority of “Programmed Agility” is actually injury prevention (working on force reduction ability) and rehearsal of complex movements in a controlled rather than chaotic environment
- Use drills selectively, specifically and sparingly. Drills do not equal skills
- Understand and apply the distinction between General, Special and Specific Strength
- Injury prevention work should be a transparent part the regular training sessions.
- Recovery is important but first you have to do enough work to warrant recovery
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