Obsessed about Olympic Lifting, Obsessed about Speed Transfer and Obsessed about Energy Systems – All pre-recorded
Obsessed about Training for Hypertrophy and Obsessed about Movement Assessments – Live and then pre-recorded
<All these courses would usually cost £900 ($1400US or $1700AUS)>
THE NEXT TWO DAYS THIS BUNDLE IS AN AMAZING £299 ($465US or $568AUS)
Only 10 Spaces Available because of Previous Sales!
Hypertrophy will run online and live at – 1pm MST, 7pm GMT, 7am EST on 8,15,22 and 29th January, then February 7th
Movement Assessments will run online and live at – 1pm MST, 7pm GMT, 7am EST on 16,23 and 30th January, then February 6th
Each of the online and live courses will be 4 weeks long, and start with a live lecture, backed by research by John Hardy. Questions will be allowed throughout the talk and they will be answered on the go, or after the lecture. At this point a set of ideas will be taken from you all about the following weeks content (it is all pre-written but will be ammended to make it a course that you made). We will also take suggestions on the main obsessed page in facebook too.
If you have taken one of the obsessed courses before, and want this option minus the course you have already paid for, then please email John@fasterglobal.com asap.
The two live courses will start next week. We have strictly limited space on this bundle because it is the one that will let you in to the live talks. The price will go up after for the recorded version of this course which will come from these lectures.
This is an amazing offer that I will shut down on the 1st of January.
<Scroll Down for the Content of the courses>
- Origin of Olympic Lifting
- Lifts with Traditional Chunking
- Traditional Strength Exercises
- Applying FASTER Exercises for common Lifting Issues
- Teaching Beginners
- Olympic Lifting in Sport?
- Delivered by –
- 100+ PDF Page Manual
- Videos and Lectures
Obsessed about Speed Training
This course contains the following –
– An in depth E-book
– A set of online lectures
The ebook has the following contents –
- Defining Fatigue for Performance
- The Speed Continuum and Definitions
- How to Run Fast – Training Recommendations
- How to Accelerate
- Speed Maintenance and distance running – the management of fatigue
- Injury Risks
- Throwing, Direction Change, Striking and Swinging, a brief overview of other speed requirements
- Program Design for Speed Performance
- Exercise Examples from the Field
The online lectures will include the following –
- Examples of movements broken down to show where our exercises come from
- Training for speed a continuum of training progressions to help improve in session speed (straight line speed)
- Training for injury avoidance
- Ideas for upper body speed training
- How to build speed transfer exercises
What started as just a simple energy systems course has ended up becoming a look from how a muscle fibre contracts, all the way through to motor learning and coaching.
This course has the following modules –
Module 1 – How a muscle contracts, energy systems and the resultant effects on the muscle
Module 2 – How Fatigue works to regulate power output, performance so progression as you program
Module 3 – Components of creating a muscular change. Defining, testing and building exercise for the Aerobic and Anaerobic system. Motor Learning and Coaching.
It is from this course that all of our other courses will be developing and growing.
Obsessed about Hypertrophy Training
Week 1 – Introduction about Hypertrophy Training and how it has been mis-interpreted by most Personal Trainers
Week 2 – How do muscles grow? Type 1, Type 2, Rest, Recovery, Work Load and other aspects
Week 3 – Creating symmetry, muscle by muscle (or joint by joint) techniques for growth
Week 4 – Programming short term and long term for best results
Obsessed about Movement Assessments
Week 1 – An introduction to assessing for function and performance
Week 2 – A review of current assessments with research and presumed outcomes for injury recognition and prevention with recommendations based on current science.
Week 3 – A review of current performance assessments with research and presumed outcomes for transferred performance with recommendations based on current science
Week 4 – Considerations when building a movement assessment with examples of building a full assessment for a client.