Drew’s Review: “In training, everything affects everything, and strength and conditioning coaches must carefully weigh the physiological coast and benefit of each component they intend to implement” –M. Thome
The last chapter of The Manual (CVASP, 2016), written by Matt Thome (Head Strength and Conditioning Coach/ Michigan Tech University) enlightens its readers with the use of respiratory training as a means to increase performance. Maybe you haven’t even thought about using respiratory training in your programming. Thome does a great job at describing what exactly this kind of training is and the science behind its practicality. From this chapter you will learn the incredible cost to benefit ratio of respiratory training.
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