Written by: Kevin Cann We all know that progressive overload is important to getting stronger. We know we have to do more than we did before in order to get stronger. However, this is not an exact science and there are still many questions that coaches can have when trying to write programs. Overload … Continue reading ACWR and Progressive Overload
It Is Not All About Volume
Written By: Kevin Cann There are so many things that go into getting stronger and writing a good program. However, I feel all too often there is a major focus on only one of them, volume. Now, we can’t deny the importance of volume to getting stronger. There needs to be an adequate … Continue reading It Is Not All About Volume
Do You Have Discipline?
Written by: Kevin Cann I have had quite a few rants about this lately and felt like it be a good article topic. This coupled with a few more people joining Team Precision, it makes it even that much more important for me to get this information out there. Everyone wants fast results … Continue reading Do You Have Discipline?
Applying ACWR and Exertion Load to Programming and Its Significance on Long Term Athlete Progress
Written by: Kevin Cann We all know volume is important to getting stronger. For the most part, we all know that we need to progress training in a way where volume increases over time to get stronger. However, it is not as simple as it seems. Even though increasing volume is the answer … Continue reading Applying ACWR and Exertion Load to Programming and Its Significance on Long Term Athlete Progress
Monitoring Internal Load and Intra-block Progress
Written by: Kevin Cann This article is going to piggy back off of the one that I posted yesterday about my use of Acute Chronic Work Ratio (ACWR)in the strength sports. My wheels have been burning rubber and it just helps to get this stuff down on paper sometimes. I use the ACWR … Continue reading Monitoring Internal Load and Intra-block Progress