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12May

Minimum effective Dose vs Maximal Recoverable Volume

Minimum effective Dose vs Maximal Recoverable Volume Are they they same thing? What are they?Minimum effective Dose vs Maximal Recoverable VolumeRecently, Juggernaut Training Systems posted an Instagram graph and quote:There is NO SUCH THING as a "minimum effective dose" in…

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12May

Minimum adaptive threshold: What is it?

Minimum Adaptive Threshold - What is it? How to get better by doing the least amount possible! There are a lot of misconceptions on what minimum adaptive threshold is. I will give you a basic definition, then expand from there:…

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07May

Highly Trained vs Highly Athletic

Highly Trained vs. High Athletic Whats the difference? This is a short topic, but an important one. Many people confuse “highly athletic” athletes with “highly trained” athletes. They are not one in the same, and in fact are likely not…

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07May

High Frequency Training for Athletes

High Frequency Training for Athletes Squatting with athletes 4x a week? What? High frequency training for athletes sounds insane.  Why would you have an athlete do squats 4x per week, they are athletes not powerlifters.  Hell, on this very site…

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07May

Varying the Variables

Varying the Variables - When, Why & How How often should you change stuff in a training program, and why?First, before reading this, I want you to approach this article with no preconceived notions of the correct answer.How often should…

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07May

Pareto Principle and Performance Training

Applying the Pareto Principle to Training Spending the most time on whats important.The Pareto principle, more commonly known as the 80/20 rule, basically states that 80% of your results come from 20% of your efforts. This concept is used extensively…

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