Dear Katrina brings you part two with Olympic Coach, former Stanford Coach, and Certified Strength and Conditioning Specialist, Ross Gerry. He shares information regarding confusion training used by the East Germans, and how it worked.
He also goes into periodization and the macro cycle vs. micro cycle, and why that is important.
He discusses what to do for: children before puberty, adolescents, and the elite athlete.
He discusses the advantages of plyometrics (such as medicine ball routines), and major and minor prerequisites to set you up for your best possible career.
He also gives hints for sprinters (such as Nathan Adrian, Gary Hall, and Cullen Jones), about the importance of power, strength endurance, and the ability to relax at top speed.
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