Author Archives: Micro Training

R. Verheijen vs American physical preparation philosophy (random thoughts and potential solutions)

Howdy, In this article, I would like to touch “pros and cons” topics in short and try to find some mistakes both sides maybe make (maybe it sounded a bit arrogant, but I am going to present just my humble opinion to you). Mr. Raymond Verheijen’s (Australian, Portuguese, Spanish… football school – or similar) philosophy

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READING RECOMMENDATIONS 6

1. My 5 LEAST FAVORITE Coaching Cues By Mike Robertson (on June 14, 2016) The VERY interesting one by Mike – take a look! 2. Tip: Start Every Workout With a Strength Move By Christian Thibaudeau (06/19/16) Focus on a big basic lift, then throw in some assistance work. 3. The 5 Lower Body Technique

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Stop doing “seated leg press”!

Howdy, “Seated leg press” has become so popular exercise in bodybuilding era but fortunately, as our knowledge has been rising, people have realized that it’s something you should avoid in today’s functional era. People are trying to produce some new leg press machines which looks much better but still it’s not a functional pattern. In

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READING RECOMMENDATIONS 5

1. Widening the Aerobic Window by Mike Robertson (on October 6, 2014) One of the best short articles I have ever read about conditioning. So simple and understandable (we know how Mike is doing it)! 2. Triple Threat Core Training by Chad Waterbury | 09/05/14 Aweaome article by Chad! 3. How to Prevent Ankle Injuries

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Hey soccer player – reconsider the reason why you pulled groins

Howdy, Soccer is, with no doubt, the most popular game in the World. The “downside” of this attractive game is that you need to be extremely good prepared to avoid injuries (like in any other sport, especially contact sport). If it’s the only one recreational physical activity (a common example is 1-3 times per week),

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