Mesocycles Course – Course Description

Mesocycles Course

Course Description

We are proud to present you Mike Tuchscherer’s Mesocycles Course.

The course is organized into 11 lessons, starting with an explanation of the linear, undulating, block periodization strategies, and a novel polarized approach to planning. Mike continues with explaining combinations of the aforementioned strategies, tapering strategies, and hypertrophy considerations. Specific squat, bench, and deadlift practices are given in the last three videos.

The Mesocycle Course Content:

  • Programming Structure
  • Linear Periodization
  • Undulating Periodization
  • Block Periodization
  • Polarized Training
  • Strategy Combinations
  • Tapering for Competition
  • Hypertrophy Considerations
  • Squat Best Practices
  • Bench Best Practices
  • Deadlift Best Practices

The lessons are designed for athletes who are writing their own training plans (self-coached), for people coaching other athletes, and anyone who wants to learn more about strength training.

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Course Description

Lesson 1: Programming structure

Lesson 2: Linear Periodization

Lesson 3: Undulating Periodization

Lesson 4: Block Periodization

Lesson 5: Polarized Training

Lesson 6: Strategy Combinations

Lesson 7: Tapering for Competition

Lesson 8: Hypertrophy Considerations

Lesson 9: Squat Best Practices

Lesson 10: Bench Best Practices

Lesson 11: Deadlift Best Practices

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