[PDF] Mike Boyle - Functional Strength Coach 4.0

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Author: Mike Boyle | Category: Sport | Language: English | Page: 1 | ISBN: 4111447db992421fb2943967c7a41b18 |

Description: Mike Boyle - Functional Strength Coach 4.0 6xDVDRip | English | AVI + PDF | 640 x 368 | XviD ~730 kbps | 23.976 fps MP3 | 128 kbps | 44.1 KHz | 2 channels | 13:22:26 | 4.3 GB Genre: eLearning Video / Fitness, weight training You see, the major way FSC4 is different than FSC3 (and 1 and 2) is that it is part of my continued attempt to keep everyone current on what we presently do. The FSC series is really an evolutionary process. I learn and then the viewers learn with me. If you look at my books you see the evolution. You can read one and then the next and not find them repetitive. Over the course of 10 hours and 7 DVDs, Boyle breaks FSC4 into two sections covering his current beliefs on: Part I: Training Clients and Athletes (both lecture and hands on instruction) The only 3 goals of any strength and conditioning program How to divide your time within each training session (for athletes vs clients) The last 3 things you should do with your clients Specific effects of Joint Dysfunction you’re probably overlooking Mobility versus flexibility and why it matters Why you should foam roll before every session and exactly how we do it. 7 Patterns of Strength Programming How we approach Basic and Advanced Periodization Specific linear speed and multidirectional speed day warm up progressions The Truth about Functional Training Why Everything Changes When You Stand on One Leg Understanding Hip Flexion and the 7 factors affecting performance Advanced Load and Strength Progressions Two Things To Avoid with ‘Core Training’ Rotary Training progressions and regressions Complex Training progressions and regressions Dealing with Injury - Boyle’s Theory Single Leg Versus Double Leg…when, where and why 5 Keys to Conditioning 3 Simple Rules for Designing Interval Programs Off Season Conditioning Protocols Tips for Hockey, Football, Basketball ‘specific’ conditioning - Sample 2 Day In-Season Program - Sample 3 Day Off-Season Program - Full Summer 4 Phase Program Part II: Owning your own facility Why the 10,000 hour rule will make or break your business The truth about the ’4 Hour Work Week’ How to run a successful facility How big your first facility should be 3 Rules for purchasing equipment Why you should…or shouldn’t…buy a franchise Financials and knowing your numbers How to approach Sponsors…literally and figuratively The simple truth about managing and developing staff 21 suggestions guaranteed to lead to success In addition to the core Functional Strength Coach 4.0 program, also included is a 60 minute ‘Success Secrets’ lecture covering.... Why Aren’t You Successful? Follow this rule and everything changes. My personal take on Goals…setting them and achieving them 2 types of people who succeed…and why The #1 thing that happens to Anyone who is Excellent at Anything The Speaking Circuit Articles and Books Do you Really want your Your Own Facility? The Mike Boyle Strength Coach Story The Pros and Cons of Membership Sites Specific Action steps to help you build momentum

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