Drop sets, cluster sets, super sets, tri sets, giant sets, and rest pause. Do you know how to use these program design tools?
Our latest guide, Program Design Tools: Techniques To Adjust Volume & Intensity, is a coaching resource you can use immediately to write programs with variation and become your gym’s program design expert.
Writing individualized strength programs can be difficult. In this video OPEX Coach Kevin Don outlines the key principles for developing individualized strength programs. Watch Strength Training Principles and learn a better way of creating strength programs.
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In this month’s knowledge series James FitzGerald breaks down the history behind movement screens and their possible pros and cons. Read Now >>
As coaches, it is our job to educate our clients about the relationship between exercise and nutrition. But more importantly, we need to understand it ourselves. Learn more about the relationship between the two. Take a Look >>
Last week, we hosted our first quarterly Coaches’ Lunch and Learn at OPEX HQ in Scottsdale, AZ. Learn the basics of programming for strength, power, and endurance from the luncheon here. If you are in AZ, sign up for our next free Coaches’ Lunch and Learn with James FitzGerald. Sign Up >>
How to Organize Daily Training Sessions
Learn how to make the most of your client’s daily training. Download Here>>
The Problem With Part-Time Coaches
Read about the perpetual cycle of part-time coaches in the fitness industry. Read Now >>
Why Consistency is More Important Than Progress
Listen to James FitzGerald talk about keeping clients fit for the rest of their lives. Read Now >>