Written by: Kevin Cann When I first started coaching, this was the area of programming that interested me the most. I think that it interested me the most, because the biggest question that I think every coach has is “Where do I start?” I was always confused as where to start for volumes and intensities. We have … Continue reading The Dichotomies of Training Intensities
Written by: Kevin Cann I was having a conversation with a couple of people online that sparked the idea for this article. There is this current theme in the lifting world that everyone needs to find the best technique for them as an individual. This gives many lifters the ok to keep lifting how they are currently … Continue reading Heuristics with Technique
Written by: Kevin Cann A lot of people will shit on max effort work in the powerlifting world. They will say that it is too hard to recover from, dangerous in terms of injuries, and that technique will suffer. These situations, although I disagree, I do find that there is some merit to them. … Continue reading How to Manage Max Effort Work with Fatigue and Technique Work
Written by: Kevin Cann I will admit that that title is quite a bit of clickbait. I just did not know what to title it and wanted to get started. To be honest, I read a lot of the research. However, I am selective on what I read. I really do not give … Continue reading “Evidence Based” is the New “Functional Fitness”: IDGAF About Your Science
Written by: Kevin Cann I was talking with Zak Gabor in the gym yesterday and we were discussing Thomas Kuhn’s “Structure of Scientific Revolutions.” In one part of the book, Kuhn shows a picture. What do you see, a rabbit or a duck? Let us say that when you look at it, … Continue reading Do You See a Rabbit or a Duck?