In-Season Training: Extra Work

During the season, there are time when players should perform extra “conditioning” work.
When making daily decisions on how to design this type of work, it’s helpful to ask these 3 questions:
· What does the player need?
· What has the player done recently?
· How long does the player have to recover?
This will help identify the most impactful training goal, appropriate training method, and volume of work to help the player make progress while not negatively impairing the ability to compete the next day.

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To your success,

Kevin Neeld

P.S. For more information on in- and off-season program design, training and reconditioning for injured players, and integrating sports science into a comprehensive training process, check out Optimizing Adaptation & Performance

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