Drew’s Review: “Strength and conditioning coaches undoubtedly would agree that consistency and compliance in training is far more important than any one method of workout.” –D. Raimondi
Chapter 9 of The Manual (CVASP, 2016), is written by Dan Raimondi (Asst. Strength and Conditioning Coach/ George Washington University) and he discusses the topic of maximal aerobic speed (MAS). Raimondi provides a brief overview on what MAS is and how he has used the work done by Dr. Dan Baker to help his own field sport teams. One of the great things I learned from this chapter is how easy MAS is to use and how the guidelines provided can be given to any athlete to use during the off-season! A familiar occurrence I’m sure is the use of off-season workout programs and how ineffective they can be simply because the athletes “don’t understand” them. If you work with field sports you know how variable conditioning programs can be, this chapter provides tremendous practical use for any strength coach working with field sports.
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