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As the roles for athletic trainers and strength and conditioning coaches continue to expand to include pre-performance and post-rehabilitation training, strength professionals need to be able to produce and execute evidence-based practice strength and conditioning sessions based on the most current muscle physiology research. This course shows strength professionals how to program to account for interference theory along with recently discovered muscle clocks and the role that they play in muscle performance and rehabilitation outcomes. Packed with real world clinical applications and sample routines, this course is designed with the working professional and immediate field application in mind.
Discuss interference theory and how it relates to combined training.
Explain what muscle clocks are and the role that they play in strength and conditioning training outcomes.
Develop effective combined training sessions to increase muscle performance.
Organize mode, frequency, duration, volume, and intensity of training to design sessions and programs that maximize muscle performance.
Design effective cardiovascular and flexibility training programs that improve endurance and flexibility while minimizing the negative effects on muscle performance.
|Combined Training Online Tutorial ||Video||(Required)|
|Combined Training Manual ||Article||(Required)|
|Combined Training Study Guide ||Article||(Required)|
|Combined Training Practice Test ||Article||(Required)|
|Combined Training Quiz ||Test||(Required)|