Programming for the Novice Athlete
Youth & High School • 48m
Tex McQuilkin, Director of Training for Power Athlete HQ, defines athleticism as a trainable performance variable at the 2019 Coaches Conference. McQuilkin illustrates the four phases of the competitive lifecycle for sport athletes and empowers coaches with strategies to best apply progressive overload and support the long-term trainability of novice athletes. Access the CEU Quiz here: https://www.nsca.com/certification/ceu-quizzes/programming-for-the-novice-athlete-quiz
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