Introduction to Bioenergetics: In this section you will learn about bioenergetics. To truly appreciate bioenergetics as a coach, we need to move away from outdated terms like 'aerobic', 'anaerobic', and 'lactic'. Instead, we will take a contemporary look at this topic and how understanding and applying bioenergetic principles can revolutionize your practice as a coach.
Energy System Development: In this section you'll be presented with a comprehensive model for improving performance in work capacity based sports. After finishing this section you should understand the three primary energetic limiters that athletes experience, how to identify sport specific limiters, and how to effectively train athletes to remediate these issues.
Mathematical Modeling of Performance: In this section you'll be introduced to different mathematical models that can be used to predict athlete's peak performances, optimize pacing in endurance event, and understand the influence of training stimuli on fitness, fatigue, and performance.
Resistance Training: In this section you will learn about the science of strength and hypertrophy training through the lens of bioenergetics, how you can use this information to individualize an athlete's resistance training, as well as best practices for combining strength and endurance training in a concurrent training program.
Load Management: In this section you will learn about the injury prevention and rehabilitation strategies used by professional sports teams, special operations performance groups, and elite fighters. This includes ways to detect regions of interest, modify training programs, and auto-regulate training during the return to play process.
Assessments: In this section you will learn about the four major categories of assessments, how to create a comprehensive testing phase with or without the use of technology, as well as the physiologic assessments used with professional athletes, special forces personnel, and elite Crossfit competitors.
Coaching Takeaways: In this section you'll learn how positive constraints can accelerate your growth as a coach or athlete. Additionally, you will learn about TTT coach Evan Peikon, and TTT founder Max El-Hag's, training systems, how they differ from one another, where they overlap, and the role that the art and science of coaching play in each.