Moving Beyond Submaximal Slow Eccentrics

The term eccentric overload gets tossed around so much that it seems that some are labeling anything eccentric regardless of load or anything that is done on a flywheel device as "eccentric overload". In reality, most eccentrics done in the weight room are not eccentric overload at all. The term eccentric overload should only be... Continue Reading →

Training Setups for the Substitute Player

Most of the weekly training schemes we see are planned around the starting 11. While, of course, it's important for training weeks to be planned with the intention of the team's starting players being the most prepared (or least fatigued) on match days, but if substitute players aren't handled differently, this can quickly become an... Continue Reading →

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