Tactical Training: How to Program in Less Than Ideal Situations

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Tactical Training: How to Program in Less Than Ideal Situations

Designing and implementing training programs requires creativity and adaptability.

Simply put, programming is problem solving. There is more to programming than just putting down exercises on a white board, effective programs are built using a systematic approach and organization. In this presentation, you will learn how to design a program template that is flexible and considerers the competing demands, without costing your athlete improved performance.


*BONUS: Eleiko paper on the deadlift & Eleiko Oppen bar performance workouts with a discount code on a future purchase with Eleiko

Learning Objectives

Learn:

1. Program Themes

2. Program components

3. Building a session

4. Intensity based scheduling

Course Procedure

  1. Enroll in the course.
  2. View the course content.
  3. Take the test. (You must score 80% to pass. If you do not pass, you may retake the test.

Course Content

How to Program in Less Than Ideal Situations
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About Eleiko Education

Eleiko raises the bar for education delivering an array of programs effectively combining in-depth written course content with a hands-on emphasis on lifting proficiency, program development, and becoming a better coach. The Eleiko Learning System has combined a comprehensive learning design along with instructional design to deliver the most engaging learner-centric experience available for Olympic lifting, powerlifting and functional strength training. The curriculum is competency-based such that the participants can implement the skills and knowledge immediately to increase success of their athletes, members & themselves.