After reading over this, I had to share it with you. Dr. Glenn Wellmann focuses mainly on hockey, but his post here is so universal that it applies to anyone building out a plan for achieving their fitness goals.
He focuses deeply on the elements of SMART Goals but makes it practical for even the fitness beginner. Please let him know what you think!
Training is crucial for maximizing performance both on and off the ice. If you don’t have a dedicated training program then you are missing out on a huge aspect of your game. It is important to note that there is no one size fits all training program. Each training program should be catered to your specific goals, but with so many options, and so much information out there, how do you decide which training program is the right fit for you?
In this article I hope to dissect the key components of a good training plan so you can create or select the one that will be the best fit for your specific goals.
Step 1: Make Your Training Program Specific
This is the most important step in creating your training program. Your training program should be designed to address specific weaknesses in a targeted way. If you don’t know…
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