There are a lot of decisions that we, as coaches, have to make for our athletes. When do they need aerobic conditioning? When do they need strength? Who should focus on speed?
Usually a few answers stick out as obvious, but then there are some in a gray area. For example, getting your athlete stronger is usually a good thing, but is that what they need right now?
I’ve caught myself time and time again asking myself, “What should we be chasing?” To help answer this question, Tony and I wrote a manual (soon to be released). I’m proud of what we’ve accomplished there, but what I’m really excited for is this course.
Join us in May as we walk through the manual, showing you how we have been implementing velocity-based training at IFAST to maximize force gains for our clients, and do so in less time. We are limiting attendance to 30 people to make sure we have enough time to answer everyone’s questions, and make sure you leave with information you can use on Monday. Here’s a rough outline of what we’re going to cover:
Snacks and coffee will be provided. Lunch will be on your own.
The presentation slides will be sent out for downloading one week prior to the seminar.
With recent technological advances, velocity-based training is still in its infancy. This has made it difficult to begin using because there just haven’t been systems in place for using this system effectively.
Come save yourself from a year of frustration and learn from our mistakes. See you on May 20th!
Indianapolis Fitness and Sports Training (IFAST)
Location of seminar
Three hotels within walking distance