The Biggest Mistake in Program Design

On Friday, Eric Cressey published an article I wrote on the biggest mistake people make when designing training programs.

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The Biggest Mistake in Program Design

This article shares the largest driving factors in the evolution of how I’ve designed training programs over the last 10 years.

Specifically, there was one question that completely changed how I look at program design.

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Designing maximally effective training programs involves more than just picking “good” exercises.

The best prescription starts with an accurate diagnosis.

When I changed how I was analyzing testing data, it became clear that I needed to change how I designed programs.

Check out the article for more information!

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To your success,

Kevin Neeld

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