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A Case for Specialized Exercises

[vc_row][vc_column width=”1/1″][ultimate_heading main_heading=”A Case for Specialized Exercises” heading_tag=”h1″ alignment=”center” spacer=”line_only” spacer_position=”top” spacer_img_width=”48″ line_style=”inset” line_height=”1″ line_color=”#333333″ icon_type=”selector” icon_size=”32″ icon_style=”none” icon_color_border=”#333333″ icon_border_size=”1″ icon_border_radius=”500″ icon_border_spacing=”50″ img_width=”48″ line_icon_fixer=”10″]Using Specialized Exercises, learn how to increase your athletes ability to perform their sporting functions in the weight room.[/ultimate_heading][/vc_column][/vc_row][vc_row][vc_column width=”1/1″][vc_column_text]Quick—what’s the most important job a strength and conditioning coach has? If you said, “Make athletes better at their sports,” you’re right! We’re here to make athletes better at their sport (among other things, but that’s first). So how do we do that?

Let me first present a quote by the legendary Anatoliy Bondarchuk from his bookTransfer of Training in Sports:

“Positive transfer of training means that there is a positive effect on one exercise on another. In other words, with an increase in the sports results of one exercise, a parallel increase takes place in another exercise. [With] negative transfer of training, there is always a negative interaction between the exercises being used. Here, with increased preparation in one exercise, there is a simultaneous decrease in other exercises. In neutral transfer of training, there is no increase or decrease in sports achievement. The training does not show any effect on other training.”

We want our training to have a positive transfer to sports, and we want to have an increase in the ability for the athlete to perform the specific necessary skills that come as a result of the training we’ve put them through. In addition, we want to remove negative or neutral training transfers entirely….

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A Case for 1×20 Training for Sports Performance

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[vc_row][vc_column width=”1/1″][ultimate_heading main_heading=”A Case for 1×20 Training” heading_tag=”h1″ alignment=”center” spacer=”line_only” spacer_position=”top” spacer_img_width=”48″ line_style=”inset” line_height=”1″ line_color=”#333333″ icon_type=”selector” icon_size=”32″ icon_style=”none” icon_color_border=”#333333″ icon_border_size=”1″ icon_border_radius=”500″ icon_border_spacing=”50″ img_width=”48″ line_icon_fixer=”10″]Using Dr. Yessis 1×20 Program, learn more about its benefits and how to implement with your athletes today.[/ultimate_heading][/vc_column][/vc_row][vc_row][vc_column width=”1/1″][vc_column_text]You have probably heard of Dr. Yessis before, right? Well, today I want to discuss one of his more recent developments in training. Coach Ryan Bracius at the University of Wisconsin-Whitewater first introduced me to the Dr. Yessis 1×20 strength training protocol earlier this year. Ryan, however, was introduced to the program by Yosef Johnson, the owner of Ultimate Athlete Concepts and the man who works directly with Dr. Yessis himself on the development and implementation of athletic principles derived from Russian literature and practice.

The program itself is simple: perform 15 to 25 exercises per day, using one set of 20 repetitions.  The athlete performs the same workout every training day, but with increases in resistance after every successful session….[/vc_column_text][cq_vc_cqbutton buttonlabel=”Read More on EliteFTS” icon=”arrow-circle-o-right” iconposition=”left” animationstyle=”animatetype-1″ icontop=”-9px” iconleft=”-9px” buttoncolor=”#ffffff” iconbuttoncolor=”cqbtn-1″ buttonbackground=”#dd0000″ link=”url:http%3A%2F%2Fwww.elitefts.com%2Feducation%2Ftraining%2Fworkouts-programs%2Fa-case-for-1×20-training%2F|title:A%20Case%20for%201×20%20Training|target:%20_blank”][TS-VCSC-Divider divider_type=”ts-divider-border” divider_text_position=”center” divider_text_border=”#eeeeee” divider_image_position=”center” divider_image_border=”#eeeeee” divider_icon_position=”center” divider_icon_color=”#cccccc” divider_icon_border=”#eeeeee” divider_border_type=”outset” divider_border_thick=”1″ divider_border_color=”#eeeeee” margin_top=”30″ margin_bottom=”30″][/vc_column][/vc_row][vc_row][vc_column width=”1/1″][cq_vc_cqbutton buttonlabel=”Discuss this article on the SOPS Message Board” icon=”arrow-circle-o-right” iconposition=”left” animationstyle=”animatetype-1″ icontop=”-9px” iconleft=”-9px” buttoncolor=”#ffffff” iconbuttoncolor=”cqbtn-1″ buttonbackground=”#000000″ link=”url:http%3A%2F%2Fscienceofsportsperformance.com%2Fforums%2Ftopic%2Fa-case-for-1×20-training%2F|title:A%20Case%20for%201×20%20Training|target:%20_blank”][/vc_column][/vc_row]