Microcycles Course: Fundamental Training Principles – Part 2 - Complementary Training

Microcycles Course

MODULE 1: Fundamental Training Principles – Part 2

In this video, Mike Tuchscherer continues discussing the principles outlined in the previous lesson, and expands with the following discussions:

  1. The conflict between specificity and variation
  2. The conflict between overload and fatigue management
  3. Explicit vs. Tacit knowledge
  4. Dealing with extreme stances, ideologies, and false dichotomies
  5. Example of two programs
  6. Discussion on individual differences and how it affects the program design and the fundamental training principles

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Course Navigation

Module 1: Background Knowledge

Module 2: Exercise Selection

Module 3: Template Design

Module 4: RTS Toolkit

Module 5: Advanced RTS Concepts

Module 6: GPP Programming