This post has been adapted from a more detailed article that appears in BridgeAthletic’s new ebook called “Raising the Bar: How World-Class Coaches Elevate Their Programming”. You can download the complete eBook for free to get tips and advice from experts at Exos, FMS, Hyperice, Results Fitness, and more.Read More
Craig Rasmussen, the Director of Coaching and Programming at Results Fitness, brings a fresh perspective to program design. Unlike many trainers who start with exercises and work backward, Rasmussen believes in taking a macro-to-micro approach, beginning with the big picture and working down to individual training sessions. In this post, we will explore three key steps from Rasmussen's program design process that result in better outcomes and more satisfied clients.Read More
When it comes to strength training, there is a common belief that linear periodization is the key to success. However, James Dabbs, the owner of Dabbs Fitness in London, challenges this traditional approach. Drawing from his personal experience as a former professional soccer player and his research in the field, Dabbs advocates for a non-linear periodization approach. In this blog post, we will explore Dabbs' journey, his findings, and how he applies non-linear periodization at Dabbs Fitness.Read More
In this article, we will explore how the BridgeAthletic tools and technology combine seamlessly with Exos' proven methodology to achieve outstanding outcomes for coaches, trainers, and athletes. Giovanni Urrutia, a Tactical Education Specialist at Exos, will take us through the Exos training system, which consists of eight distinct components driven by principles. He has trained elite-level tactical populations, provided performance coaching for professional athletes from the NFL, NBA, NHL, and PGA, and created and delivered over 4,500 hours of performance methodology education. Urrutia is a Certified Strength and Conditioning Specialist (CSCS) and Exos Performance Specialist (XPS).Read More
This post is part of our Coaches Corner series with Taylor Rimmer. Taylor is NSCA-CPT, StrongFirst SFG 1, and owner of Revive the Human in Longmont, Colorado, and has been a Bridge customer since 2019.Read More
The fastest way to differentiate between a fitness enthusiast and a genuine fitness professional?
Enthusiasts write workouts. Professionals write programs.
The enthusiast may know all different types of exercises and be able to help people “get a good sweat”, but it’s the professional who knows how to actually help trainees achieve their goals in a safe, efficient manner.