Programming Fitness

Program Design Tips for Personal Trainers
Program Design Tips for Personal Trainers

Many personal trainers struggle to design programs for their clients that lead to sustainable long-term results. The three tips aim will...

by Jack Spicer

Three Common Program Design Mistakes and How to Avoid Them
Three Common Program Design Mistakes and How to Avoid Them

James FitzGerald, has been creating individualized programs for more than two decades and seen numerous mistakes along the way. In this...

by Jack Spicer

Mixed Modal 3-Day Coaching Apprenticeship
Mixed Modal 3-Day Coaching Apprenticeship

This is your chance to secure 1 of 5 seats in the upcoming Mixed Modal Coaching Apprenticeship. The contest winner will join James...

by Jack Spicer

The Mixed Modal 2018 Giveaway
The Mixed Modal 2018 Giveaway

Coming Soon, the latest course from James FitzGerald: Mixed Modal. The master is at it again, James FitzGerald has seen the unrest in the...

by Stephen Sizer

The SuperTraining of Competitive Functional Fitness
The SuperTraining of Competitive Functional Fitness

In recent months the competition playing field turned on its head. With the competition structure in flux, it’s best to take this time to...

by Stephen Sizer

What is Speed Strength?
What is Speed Strength?

Speed Strength serves a specific purpose in competitive functional fitness. It is important for coaches to develop an understanding of speed...

by Stephen Sizer

What is Absolute Speed?
What is Absolute Speed?

Absolute speed is a simple concept, it is the ability to access the full potential of speed. Football Coaches and Scouts are testing...

by Stephen Sizer

How Competitive Functional Fitness is Disrupting the Strength Continuum
How Competitive Functional Fitness is Disrupting the Strength Continuum

Absolute speed and speed strength are unique areas of the Strength Continuum because of their sport-specific nature. Competitive functional...

by Stephen Sizer

The Difference Between Relative Strength Vs. Absolute Strength
The Difference Between Relative Strength Vs. Absolute Strength

Developing better strength is often a recurring goal of fitness clients. The domain of what encompasses strength training is quite broad....

by Stephen Sizer

Why Absolute Strength Training is Critical For Your Clients
Why Absolute Strength Training is Critical For Your Clients

Absolute strength training forms the foundation the rest of the Strength Continuum (strength speed, speed strength, and absolute speed) is...

by Stephen Sizer


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