Planning Strength Training for Clients With Fuckarounditis – Part 2

Planning Strength Training for Clients With Fuckarounditis – Part 2

In case you missed the first part of this video series you can find it here: Part 1

As strength and conditioning coach or personal trainer, how do you deal with clients or groups that have very unpredictable schedule or have huge need for variation in training? How do you make them fitter and stronger, while adapting to their fuckarounditis(unpredictability, uncertainty, inconsistency, changeableness)?

In this second video of the series I am discussing strategies for dealing with internal fuckarounditis by modifying three phases of strength training:

  1. establishing 1RM
  2. planning the strength phase
  3. rinse and repeat (you can find more in-depth discussion HERE)

Strategies covered in this video are (1) estimation through iteration, (2) loose vs strict prescription, (3) work vs play and I am explaining my idea behind phenomenological classification of strength training planning to vertical and horizontal planning.


In the next video, I will continue the discussion on divisible and un-divisible approaches to planning.


I am a physical preparation coach from Belgrade, Serbia, grew up in Pula, Croatia (which I consider my home town). I was involved in physical preparation of professional, amateur and recreational athletes of various ages in sports such as basketball, soccer, volleyball, martial arts and tennis. Read More »

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