Complex Training: Pairing for Power

by: Alicia Filley, MS, PT

Ex Rx

Maximize your time with athlete clients by using the retro approach of complex training that’s come back into favor.

If you work with athletes, you’ve likely run into the challenge of how to incorporate power components into their already-packed training schedules. Whether you’re working with a clutch outfielder, a center or a lineman, your client’s athletic skills need refinement, and power is one aspect that requires attention. Trainers typically program resistance training to develop strength and plyometric drills to improve speed.

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Fitness Journal, Volume 16, Issue 11

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Alicia Filley, MS, PT

Alicia Filley, MS, PT IDEA Author/Presenter