Do You Believe In Your Program?
It's important to understand why you're training the way you are in order to improve the results you get from your program. Not everyone needs to be a strength & conditioning guru, but it would be wise to do some homework in regards to your training program. Or, ask the coach that designs your program how it will help you achieve your goals. Also ask why the program is design the way it is. Having an understanding of your training program will help you better execute it. You'll know when it's appropriate to go hard and heavy, when to scale back, when to push your limits, what the level of intensity should be, rest periods, when to speed up, when to slow down and dial in technique etc. As always, it starts with your purpose (goals), then the plan (program), lastly and most importantly the execution (effort & commitment). The X's & O's are meaningless if your execution is way off course. Time to crush another week! Dominate Another Day. -Coach Hoke PS Coach Joey Szatmary will be covering program design as well as technique in the Big 3 that only the most experienced lifters have insight on. This live workshop promises to deliver an experience that will elevate your training in so many ways: http://www.lionsden.fit/Jvh