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Triphasic Tactical Training Manual E-Book Youth Fueling Nutrition Manual for Sports Performance E Book Triphasic Training Peaking Method: Utilizing Sport-Specific High-Velocity Movements to Transfer your Training Method to Peak Athletes in Sports E Book PRE-SALE

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The Triphasic Tactical Training Manual was written with the explicit intent to deliver a systematic and scientifically founded approach in training methodology for athletes whose preparation does not result in wins and losses, world records, or gold medals. The idea behind the Triphasic Tactical Training Manual was originated from the individual needs of the tactical athlete and all those who put their lives at risk simply by going to work each day.


The authors of this manual have broken down the needs of every tactical athlete into six physical qualities. In order to display the physical proficiency required by the tactical athlete, each of these six qualities must be trained appropriately. What separates this training program from others is that it allows tactical athletes to continue to train with their desired methods while offering guidelines that increase the likelihood of the user to achieve optimal level responses to training and see improvements in performance.


The Weekly Sequencing Model was developed by multiple strength coaches along with an elite level military training professional for operators who based the protocol originally on The Triphasic Training System while also considering the specific needs of the tactical athlete. Programs currently being used for military training are not equipping these specialized tactical athletes appropriately, which leads to a disproportionate training of the six physical qualities necessary for optimal performance.


It was this simple point that led to the creation of The Weekly Sequencing Model. This manual is a collaboration between combat veterans who have said “we can do this better” and the training professionals who said, “we can help.” Experience has teamed up with science to present this complete, systematic training program for the tactical athlete. The Weekly Sequencing model isn’t just exercising; it is training, specifically and systematically for the tactical athlete.


This book is for the tactical athlete and those that dedicate their lives to maintaining high-performance levels to maintain the freedoms of others. In the tactical arena, less than ideal performance can have grave consequences. One step too slow, one moment too long, and the defeated does not receive a silver medal and a warm handshake.


Chapters included in this book:

1. The Tactical Athlete vs. Conventional Athletes

2. The Weekly Sequencing Model Components

3. Six Physical Qualities of Tactical Performance

4. Triphasic Review and Weekly Sequencing Model Implementation

5. Modifying The Weekly Sequencing Model


New Components included in this book:

1. The Six Physical Qualities of Tactical Performance

2. The Weekly Sequencing Model

3. The Specific Stress Model

4. The Compatible Qualities Model

5. High-Quality vs. Work Capacity Energy System Training



About the Authors

Cal Dietz

Cal Dietz has been an Olympic Sport Strength and Conditioning coach for numerous sports at the University of Minnesota since 2000. During his tenure, Dietz has trained athletes that have achieved 540+ All-American honors, 10 NCAA Team National Champions, Teams that have won 33 Big Ten/WCHA championships teams, 29 Big Ten/WCHA Conference tournaments, 21 NCAA Final Four appearances, He has consulted with Olympic and World Champions in various sports and professional athletes in the NHL, NFL, NBA, MLB,MMA and Professional Boxing.

“Coach”

“Coach” is currently training operators within the United States of America Military. He has chosen to remain anonymous for this reason but has contributed a great extent to the ideas presented in this manual. “Coach” has completed many years of revising and improving the Weekly Sequencing Model laid out in this manual with countless operators and tactical athletes. Few coaches have executed more hands-on training with operators on a daily basis than “Coach”.

Matt Van Dyke

Matt Van Dyke is in his first year as an Assistant Strength and Conditioning Coach at the University of Denver. Prior to his position with the University of Denver Matt was the Assistant Director of Strength and Conditioning for Olympic Sports at the University of Minnesota. Matt recently presented at the 2015 CSCCa National Conference on “Advanced Triphasic Training Methods” and is a co-author of "Triphasic Training, A High School Strength and Conditioning Manual" while also writing for his professional website vandykestrength.com. Van Dyke was a member of the Iowa State Football Team for 4 years as a wide receiver where he also completed an internship under Yancy McKnight.
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When Cal and I first started to talk about putting a nutrition manual together, we had to figure out what’s most important to the audience. My first thought was to put together a comprehensive manual that would prove to be an encyclopedia on youth nutrition. Cal, who is actually a father of 2 very active kids, said this was not what parents would want or need. So, realizing how my initial idea was going to be utterly useless to my audience we decided to go with the most actionable items like, what to eat for breakfast and why, or how to eat pretty well when you’re traveling across the country to a big time lacrosse, hockey, baseball, etc. tournament. We simply focus on what you need to know, why the information is useful, and most of all how to apply this information day in and day out to help your kids stay healthy, perform on the field, and best of all be better students in the classroom.

We set out to help you answer a variety of questions that you have about how best to help your young athlete perform at the highest level possible, whether in the classroom, during practice, or during a game. In each section you’ll find the essential knowledge needed to put the right foods on the table at the right time to help them achieve their fullest potential. Take the information found in this book and apply the information consistently and you will be amazed at the results.


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The purpose of this manual is to prepare the athlete for their sport by performing high-velocity, sport-specific movements. These exercises, and the way in which they are performed, are designed to utilize the enhanced qualities of dynamic movement. These methods are the result of years of attempting to create an all-encompassing, methodical approach to physical training intended to prepare an athlete for the rigors of sport. In this text, you will be provided with example programs, mesocycles, and macrocycles so that you may not only implement the system but understand the how and the why as well. This manual was created solely to share these methods and to inspire questions within the coaching community so that we may continue developing as professionals for the betterment of our athletes.

A classic misconception is that a 1RM test performed at the end of the off-season is optimal for preparing an athlete for competition. By definition, and what we know about the Force-Velocity Curve, the 1RM requires the greatest demand for force to overcome the resistance but is the slowest movement the athlete will perform. This approach is phenomenal for someone who can afford to spend ample amounts of time developing the necessary force to complete a movement. In reality, an athlete may only have a fraction of a second! So, what’s really going on then? Truthfully, although the athlete is generating a tremendous amount of force, the rate at which it’s being developed isn’t going to transfer to their sport. Well, if it’s not going to transfer to their sport, then why is it still being used at the measuring tool to determine whether an athlete is ready for their season? Let me very clear about something, a 1RM number, whether tested or estimated, is necessary in a training plan to understand the level of strength the athlete possesses and to base their training percentages off of. Otherwise, you’re shooting in the dark and not only is that dangerous, it’s sub optimal.




Triphasic Tactical Training Manual Psychological Skills Training Triphasic Training Throwers Manual E Book

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The Triphasic Tactical Training Manual was written with the explicit intent to deliver a systematic and scientifically founded approach in training methodology for athletes whose preparation does not result in wins and losses, world records, or gold medals. The idea behind the Triphasic Tactical Training Manual was originated from the individual needs of the tactical athlete and all those who put their lives at risk simply by going to work each day.


The authors of this manual have broken down the needs of every tactical athlete into six physical qualities. In order to display the physical proficiency required by the tactical athlete, each of these six qualities must be trained appropriately. What separates this training program from others is that it allows tactical athletes to continue to train with their desired methods while offering guidelines that increase the likelihood of the user to achieve optimal level responses to training and see improvements in performance.


The Weekly Sequencing Model was developed by multiple strength coaches along with an elite level military training professional for operators who based the protocol originally on The Triphasic Training System while also considering the specific needs of the tactical athlete. Programs currently being used for military training are not equipping these specialized tactical athletes appropriately, which leads to a disproportionate training of the six physical qualities necessary for optimal performance.


It was this simple point that led to the creation of The Weekly Sequencing Model. This manual is a collaboration between combat veterans who have said “we can do this better” and the training professionals who said, “we can help.” Experience has teamed up with science to present this complete, systematic training program for the tactical athlete. The Weekly Sequencing model isn’t just exercising; it is training, specifically and systematically for the tactical athlete.


This book is for the tactical athlete and those that dedicate their lives to maintaining high-performance levels to maintain the freedoms of others. In the tactical arena, less than ideal performance can have grave consequences. One step too slow, one moment too long, and the defeated does not receive a silver medal and a warm handshake.


Chapters included in this book:

1. The Tactical Athlete vs. Conventional Athletes

2. The Weekly Sequencing Model Components

3. Six Physical Qualities of Tactical Performance

4. Triphasic Review and Weekly Sequencing Model Implementation

5. Modifying The Weekly Sequencing Model


New Components included in this book:

1. The Six Physical Qualities of Tactical Performance

2. The Weekly Sequencing Model

3. The Specific Stress Model

4. The Compatible Qualities Model

5. High-Quality vs. Work Capacity Energy System Training



About the Authors

Cal Dietz

Cal Dietz has been an Olympic Sport Strength and Conditioning coach for numerous sports at the University of Minnesota since 2000. During his tenure, Dietz has trained athletes that have achieved 540+ All-American honors, 10 NCAA Team National Champions, Teams that have won 33 Big Ten/WCHA championships teams, 29 Big Ten/WCHA Conference tournaments, 21 NCAA Final Four appearances, He has consulted with Olympic and World Champions in various sports and professional athletes in the NHL, NFL, NBA, MLB,MMA and Professional Boxing.

“Coach”

“Coach” is currently training operators within the United States of America Military. He has chosen to remain anonymous for this reason but has contributed a great extent to the ideas presented in this manual. “Coach” has completed many years of revising and improving the Weekly Sequencing Model laid out in this manual with countless operators and tactical athletes. Few coaches have executed more hands-on training with operators on a daily basis than “Coach”.

Matt Van Dyke

Matt Van Dyke is in his first year as an Assistant Strength and Conditioning Coach at the University of Denver. Prior to his position with the University of Denver Matt was the Assistant Director of Strength and Conditioning for Olympic Sports at the University of Minnesota. Matt recently presented at the 2015 CSCCa National Conference on “Advanced Triphasic Training Methods” and is a co-author of "Triphasic Training, A High School Strength and Conditioning Manual" while also writing for his professional website vandykestrength.com. Van Dyke was a member of the Iowa State Football Team for 4 years as a wide receiver where he also completed an internship under Yancy McKnight.

This book is a practical manual rather than theoretical. It is approximately 128 pages. The main goal of this book is to integrate psychological skills training (PST) with other training processes of the athletic preparation program; several means of achieving this goal in numerous sport types are described. Additionally, we wish to create a relevant body of knowledge for sport psychologists, coaches, athletes, physical education students, and scientists.

Release Date =October 15th 2017

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The Triphasic Training Throws Manual was created with the purpose of making the most powerful training methods easily accessible by coaches and athletes everywhere. This manual provides a systematic training program intended to optimally develop the physical traits required for success in the throwing events.

The Triphasic Training Throws Manual is the culmination of knowledge from world-renowned strength-and-conditioning coach, Cal Dietz, and professional hammer thrower, Sean Donnelly. Together, the two combine their knowledge of elite athletic development to bring together a no-nonsense guide to efficiently and effectively developing the physical traits required to maximize a thrower’s potential.

Included in this manual:

A complete year-long macrocycle of training programs designed to develop elite throwers

Foundational concepts of Triphasic Training explained

Over 2,000 hyperlinks to video clips properly demonstrating every exercise

Exercise Regressions and modifications to make the program easily scalable for athletes of any experience

Important considerations for developing a throwing-specific training system




Triphasic Training Football Lineman Manual E Book Triphasic Training E-Book : A systematic approach to elite speed and explosive strength performance Improving Sprinting Speed: The Three Phases of the race and how to train for them

Release Date =January 15th 2018

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The Triphasic Training Football Lineman Manual was created with the purpose of making the most powerful training methods easily accessible by coaches and athletes everywhere. This manual provides a systematic training program intended to optimally develop the physical traits required for success as a Football Lineman.

Included in this manual:

A complete off-season macrocycle of training programs designed to develop Football offensive and Defensive Lineman

Foundational concepts of Triphasic Training explained

Over 2,000 hyperlinks to video clips properly demonstrating every exercise

Exercise Regressions and modifications to make the program easily scalable for athletes of any experience




Look inside Triphasic Training!

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PLEASE ALLOW 24-48 HOURS FOR DELIVERY!


Triphasic Training is the pinnacle of sports performance training. That’s not hype. Cal Dietz, strength coach at the University of Minnesota, has the results to back up this claim – a Hobey Baker Award winner, two Big Ten Athletes of the Year, over 400 All-Americans, 30 Big Ten/WCHA championship teams, 7 NCAA National Team Champions, and 14 teams that finished in the top four in the nation.

Over the past decade, Coach Dietz has worked with thousands of collegiate and professional athletes, incorporating the latest scientific research into developing his Triphasic Training method. His approach breaks down athletic movements into their three components -- eccentric, isometric, and concentric -- allowing for the continuous development of athletes, maximizing their strength, speed, and power.

In this easy-to-understand book, Coach Dietz has teamed up with exercise physiologist, Ben Peterson, to explain the physiological foundations of Triphasic Training and how they can be applied to training, making athletes bigger, stronger and faster than ever before. The authors give examples of complete programs, as well as examples of how to incorporate the Triphasic method into existing programs, with descriptions on adapting it to virtually any scenario.

The digital edition of this book contains over 3,000 hyperlinks to video clips that demonstrate how to properly perform every exercise, as well as six hours of video lectures by Coach Dietz from his national speaking tour. In this book, these hyperlinks are indicated by words or phrases that are underlined. In order for you to take advantage of these features, included in the book is a web link to a downloadable PDF that contains the hyperlinks and videos from the original digital book. Included in the book:

- 5 complete 24-week training programs designed for 6-day, 5-day, 4-day, 3-day, or 2-day training models.

- Over two dozen tables showing when and how to modify exercises to ensure continuous improvement in athletes.

- Peaking programs for football lineman and skill players; swimmers; baseball, volleyball, and hockey players (among others).

- A complete 52-week training program for football.

Henk Kraaijenhof has several decades of experience as a performance coach in a broad array of sports. He has worked with the following athletes: Nelli Coorman, former world record holder and 60m World Champion (1987,1989); Merlene Ottey, 100m and 200m; Sandra Farmer-Patrick, 400m hurdles; Letitia Vriesde of Surlaname, 800m (1:56.65 in 1995); Mohammed Aj-Malki of Oman, 400m (44.65 in 1988); Patrick Stevens of Belgium, 200m; and Troy Douglas, 100m-400m. Kraaijenhof's experience extends to conditioning as well, having worked with Mary Pierce (2004) and soccer player Edgar Davis. He was a conditioning consultant for the Netherlands Olympic men's volleyball team (2000). Olympic men's field hockey team (2008), Oman Sal, Juventus Football Club (1997-1998), Vancouver Canucks (2011), and UKAthletics. He has also worked as a mental conditioning consultant for BBE, an elite unit of the Dutch Marines Corps. Kraaijenhof has collaborated with Prof. Carmello Bosco on the development of the first vertical vibration platform 1998.
Depth-Jump: In-depth Examination and Comparison to the Drop Jump Triphasic Tactical Training Manual - Hard Copy and E-Book Triphasic Training book : A Systematic Approach to Elite Speed and Explosive Strength Performance
Dr Verkhoshansky clears up the many misconceptions and confusion about her late father, Yuri Verkhoshansky's creation, the depth jump. While the cornerstone of plyometrics and many training strategies, the depth jump has been one of the most misunderstood and poorly implemented training concepts. Natalia Verkhoshansky sheds light on these and contrasts the depth jump with other training means, most notably the drop jump.

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The Triphasic Tactical Training Manual was written with the explicit intent to deliver a systematic and scientifically founded approach in training methodology for athletes whose preparation does not result in wins and losses, world records, or gold medals. The idea behind the Triphasic Tactical Training Manual was originated from the individual needs of the tactical athlete and all those who put their lives at risk simply by going to work each day.


The authors of this manual have broken down the needs of every tactical athlete into six physical qualities. In order to display the physical proficiency required by the tactical athlete, each of these six qualities must be trained appropriately. What separates this training program from others is that it allows tactical athletes to continue to train with their desired methods while offering guidelines that increase the likelihood of the user to achieve optimal level responses to training and see improvements in performance.


The Weekly Sequencing Model was developed by multiple strength coaches along with an elite level military training professional for operators who based the protocol originally on The Triphasic Training System while also considering the specific needs of the tactical athlete. Programs currently being used for military training are not equipping these specialized tactical athletes appropriately, which leads to a disproportionate training of the six physical qualities necessary for optimal performance.


It was this simple point that led to the creation of The Weekly Sequencing Model. This manual is a collaboration between combat veterans who have said “we can do this better” and the training professionals who said, “we can help.” Experience has teamed up with science to present this complete, systematic training program for the tactical athlete. The Weekly Sequencing model isn’t just exercising; it is training, specifically and systematically for the tactical athlete.


This book is for the tactical athlete and those that dedicate their lives to maintaining high-performance levels to maintain the freedoms of others. In the tactical arena, less than ideal performance can have grave consequences. One step too slow, one moment too long, and the defeated does not receive a silver medal and a warm handshake.


Chapters included in this book:

1. The Tactical Athlete vs. Conventional Athletes

2. The Weekly Sequencing Model Components

3. Six Physical Qualities of Tactical Performance

4. Triphasic Review and Weekly Sequencing Model Implementation

5. Modifying The Weekly Sequencing Model


New Components included in this book:

1. The Six Physical Qualities of Tactical Performance

2. The Weekly Sequencing Model

3. The Specific Stress Model

4. The Compatible Qualities Model

5. High-Quality vs. Work Capacity Energy System Training



About the Authors

Cal Dietz

Cal Dietz has been an Olympic Sport Strength and Conditioning coach for numerous sports at the University of Minnesota since 2000. During his tenure, Dietz has trained athletes that have achieved 540+ All-American honors, 10 NCAA Team National Champions, Teams that have won 33 Big Ten/WCHA championships teams, 29 Big Ten/WCHA Conference tournaments, 21 NCAA Final Four appearances, He has consulted with Olympic and World Champions in various sports and professional athletes in the NHL, NFL, NBA, MLB,MMA and Professional Boxing.

“Coach”

“Coach” is currently training operators within the United States of America Military. He has chosen to remain anonymous for this reason but has contributed a great extent to the ideas presented in this manual. “Coach” has completed many years of revising and improving the Weekly Sequencing Model laid out in this manual with countless operators and tactical athletes. Few coaches have executed more hands-on training with operators on a daily basis than “Coach”.

Matt Van Dyke

Matt Van Dyke is in his first year as an Assistant Strength and Conditioning Coach at the University of Denver. Prior to his position with the University of Denver Matt was the Assistant Director of Strength and Conditioning for Olympic Sports at the University of Minnesota. Matt recently presented at the 2015 CSCCa National Conference on “Advanced Triphasic Training Methods” and is a co-author of "Triphasic Training, A High School Strength and Conditioning Manual" while also writing for his professional website vandykestrength.com. Van Dyke was a member of the Iowa State Football Team for 4 years as a wide receiver where he also completed an internship under Yancy McKnight.

Look inside Triphasic Training!

Triphasic Training is the pinnacle of sports performance training. That’s not hype. Cal Dietz, strength coach at the University of Minnesota, has the results to back up this claim – a Hobey Baker Award winner, two Big Ten Athletes of the Year, over 400 All-Americans, 28 Big Ten/WCHA championship teams, 7 NCAA National Team Champions, and 14 teams that finished in the top four in the nation.

Over the past decade, Coach Dietz has worked with thousands of collegiate and professional athletes, incorporating the latest scientific research into developing his Triphasic Training method. His approach breaks down athletic movements into their three components -- eccentric, isometric, and concentric -- allowing for the continuous development of athletes, maximizing their strength, speed, and power.

In this easy-to-understand book, Coach Dietz has teamed up with exercise physiologist, Ben Peterson, to explain the physiological foundations of Triphasic Training and how they can be applied to training, making athletes bigger, stronger and faster than ever before. The authors give examples of complete programs, as well as examples of how to incorporate the Triphasic method into existing programs, with descriptions on adapting it to virtually any scenario.

The digital edition of this book contains over 3,000 hyperlinks to video clips that demonstrate how to properly perform every exercise, as well as six hours of video lectures by Coach Dietz from his national speaking tour. In this book, these hyperlinks are indicated by words or phrases that are underlined. In order for you to take advantage of these features, included in the book is a web link to a downloadable PDF that contains the hyperlinks and videos from the original digital book. Included in the book:

- 5 complete 24-week training programs designed for 6-day, 5-day, 4-day, 3-day, or 2-day training models.

- Over two dozen tables showing when and how to modify exercises to ensure continuous improvement in athletes.

- Peaking programs for football lineman and skill players; swimmers; baseball, volleyball, and hockey players (among others).

- A complete 52-week training program for football.
WHAT WE NEED IS SPEED: SCIENTIFIC PRACTICE OF GETTING FAST The Olympian Manual for Strength & Size: Blue Print From the World's Greatest Coach Triphasic Training Book : A Systematic Approach to Elite Speed and Explosive Strength Performance - Both Hard Copy and E-Book
Henk Kraaijenhof’s Speed
is What We Need is a fantastic resource for sprint coaches and strength and
conditioning professionals. In this text, you’ll find practical information and examples of training sessions related to developing acceleration, reaction time, maximum speed, and speed endurance. Henk also dives into strength training for speed, speed training for team sports, periodization, recovery, and much more. If you’re a fan of Henk’s
past presentations or blog posts, you are going to love this book; if you have yet to see any of Henk’s work, this is essential reading. This book is a 128 pages

A comprehensive approach to enhancing athletic performance through training. "The Olympian Manual for Strength & Size: Blue Print From the World's Greatest Coach" lays a groundwork for building and honing the many types of strength including, speed, explosive-power, and starting strength, all while building lean mass. In addition, Dr. Bondarchuk has included exclusive training programs, complete with rep/set schemes separately designed for athletes of low, medium, and elite levels.




Look inside Triphasic Training!

Triphasic Training is the pinnacle of sports performance training. That’s not hype. Cal Dietz, strength coach at the University of Minnesota, has the results to back up this claim – a Hobey Baker Award winner, two Big Ten Athletes of the Year, over 400 All-Americans, 28 Big Ten/WCHA championship teams, 7 NCAA National Team Champions, and 14 teams that finished in the top four in the nation.

Over the past decade, Coach Dietz has worked with thousands of collegiate and professional athletes, incorporating the latest scientific research into developing his Triphasic Training method. His approach breaks down athletic movements into their three components -- eccentric, isometric, and concentric -- allowing for the continuous development of athletes, maximizing their strength, speed, and power.

In this easy-to-understand book, Coach Dietz has teamed up with exercise physiologist, Ben Peterson, to explain the physiological foundations of Triphasic Training and how they can be applied to training, making athletes bigger, stronger and faster than ever before. The authors give examples of complete programs, as well as examples of how to incorporate the Triphasic method into existing programs, with descriptions on adapting it to virtually any scenario.

The digital edition of this book contains over 3,000 hyperlinks to video clips that demonstrate how to properly perform every exercise, as well as six hours of video lectures by Coach Dietz from his national speaking tour. In this book, these hyperlinks are indicated by words or phrases that are underlined. In order for you to take advantage of these features, included in the book is a web link to a downloadable PDF that contains the hyperlinks and videos from the original digital book. Included in the book:

- 5 complete 24-week training programs designed for 6-day, 5-day, 4-day, 3-day, or 2-day training models.

- Over two dozen tables showing when and how to modify exercises to ensure continuous improvement in athletes.

- Peaking programs for football lineman and skill players; swimmers; baseball, volleyball, and hockey players (among others).

- A complete 52-week training program for football.

“Awesomeness! Finally someone has done it right. If you want to challenge yourself, open your mind and just get better at your craft, I suggest you read this book.” - Kevin Ziegler Former NHL Strength Coach for the Phoenix Coyotes and Tampa Bay Lightning

“Triphasic Training is a down-to-earth, raw, bare bones book on training. No B.S., just honest facts. It gives you methods and ideas that have been proven to make athletes better. A must have book for any coach's or athlete's library.” - Buddy Morris World Renown Performance Coach

“Triphasic Training is a game-changer! I integrated the Triphasic Method with many collegiate and professional athletes at IMG. The results were outstanding! It's a “must have” for anyone trying to get better!” - Jeff Dillman Director of Strength and Conditioning University of Florida Football

“Amazing book! One of the best books I have read on strength and conditioning. You two have touched upon so many key topics and principles that few discuss to any extent. Awesome work!” - Jonas Sahratian Strength and Conditioning Coordinator University of North Carolina Basketball

“I have to congratulate you as Triphasic Training is one of the best books in strength and conditioning I have read. Extremely practical with very well-presented arguments and logic behind your practical tools and templates. A good blend of innovation, science/research and experience throughout.” - Scott Williams Exercise Physiologist Golf Australia and PGA of Australia
Principles of Sports Training Shock Method & General Adaptation Syndrome DVD COMBO WHAT WE NEED IS SPEED & HAMSTRING SEMINAR BUNDLE

Dr. Hans-Dietrich Harre worked as a professor at the German University of

Physical Culture (DHfK) in Leipzig for many years where he also headed the

commission for “General Theory and Methodology of Competitive Sports” of the

Institute of Training Theory and Kinesiology.

As a researcher, Dr. Harre contributed greatly to the development of a “General

Theory of Training”. In, addition, his work included the education of coaches,

sports clinicians and scientists as well as research with competitive endurance

athletes in sports such as Olympic rowing and kayaking.

Dr. Natalia Verkhoshansky-“Shock Method and Plyometrics: updates and in-depth examination”

Dr. Natalia Verkhoshansky’s father, Dr. Yuri Verkhoshansky, has been deemed “The Father of Plyometrics”. Although his main “finding” was that of the shock method, also known as depth jumps. In her presentation Dr. Natalia Verkhoshansky discusses the latest contribution and updates of this method, its implications in training the athlete and the taxonomy of Plyometric exercises with the rules of their progressing during the training process, the research behind them, and the progressions used to implement them..

Dr. Natalia Verkhoshansky- “General Adaptation Syndrome and its Application to the Sports Training”

The General Adaptation Syndrome (GAS) has been looked upon as the benchmark for understanding the stress response to training, thus determining the “adaptations” that will be seen in the athletes. Dr. Verkhoshansky will give her take on GAS, areas that coaches can observe, and how this theory has been adapted sense its inception.
We are bundling Henk Kraaijenhof's new book "What We Need Is Speed" along with his Seminar from CVASPS 2016 on "When the Hamstrings Become the Achilles Heel."
HENK KRAAIJENHOF TRIPLE PACK: WHAT WE NEED IS SPEED (BOOK) - WHEN THE HAMSTRING (DVD) - IMPROVE SPRINT SPEED (DVD) 2013 Central Virgina Sports Performance Seminar DVD 11 Discs 2012 Central Virgina Sports Performance Seminar DVD set
Olympic Sprints Coach Henk Kraajienhof is one of the world's leaders in speed development. Henk is a master of discussing deep scientific topics and making it practical for coaches. The 2013 Seminar was held on April 26th and 27th, 2013 on the beautiful campus of The University of Richmond in Richmond, VA Central Virginia Sport Performance hosted their fourth annual Seminar. For The 2013 CVASPS we stepped it up another notch, bringing back many of the favorites from past years, and introducing some new presenters as well. The lineup is as follows

Kelly Starrett – Integrating Screening, Diagnostics, and Performance: the pinnacle of evaluation and identification is your programming

Dr. Natalia Verkhoshansky – Depth Jump vs Drop Jump

Landon Evans – Excel for Sport.

Henk Kraaijenhof – Helping the Best to Get Better: developments in improving performance by training and recovery.

Ben Peterson – The Effect of Aerobic Capacity on Repeated Sprint Performance: and examination of VO2 on and off transient kinetics, their applications for fatigue, and practical applications for training.

Henk Kraaijenhof – Wired to Win: an overview of the psycho-physiology to train the most important performance organ: the brain.

Joel Jamieson – Review of a Camp: the preparation of a UFC Champion
Dr. Natalia Verkhoshansky – Progressing the Jumping Exercises: Practical Application for Coaches.

Dr. Michael Kalinski – Hormones in Sport and Exercise

Dr. Michael Yessis – The Yessis Model, The 1×20 Strength Training Program

Yosef Johnson – Performance Result Based Training Methods
The 2012 Central Virginia Sport Performance Seminar will be held on April 27th and 28th on the campus of the University of Richmond.

Mike Robertson – “Corrective Exercise: Facts versus Fiction”

Dr. Natalia Verkhoshanksy – “Shock Method and Plyometrics: updates and in-depth examination”

Cal Dietz – “Advanced Principles in Programing”

Dr. Natalia Verkhoshanksy – “General Adaptation Syndrome and its Applications in the Sport Training”

Val Nasedkin – “Creation of Short and Long Term Training Goals Based on Biological Markers”

Landon Evans – “Physical Preparation in the NCAA: A Complementary Approach”

Joel Jamieson – “Managing the Training Process