Strength and Conditioning Principles for Physical Therapists: Programming and Periodization FPF Show E:95
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In today's episode we go over Strength and Conditioning Principles for Physical Therapists: Programming Periodization FPF Show E95:
Welcome coaches and clinicians to another video!
I'm always asking physical therapy students what they feel like they need the most to succeed in a sports physical therapy / strength and conditioning environment and one of the top answers is usually programming and periodization.
This is generally a topic not covered in school but very important for improving your patient's outcomes. In today's video I do my best to simplify and educate folks on the topic of programming and periodization.
- 0:53 What are the best rest periods to maximize strength and hypertrophy?
- 2:54 Principles of programming for power
- 4:33 How to order your exercises for maximum success
- 9:28 What is periodization and why you should use it?
- 10:04 How to use linear periodization to maximize strength and simultaneously rehabilitate injuries
- 11:40 What is undulating periodization and how to easily program it into your patient's rehab
This is part 3 of our 4 part series. If you missed part 1 and 2 then go check it out in the "show notes / relevant articles" section below. Enjoy!
Best programming out there...
- Dan Pope DPT,OCS,CSCS
Show Notes / Relevant Articles:
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