“If you train the nervous system you train everything. You make something faster, the legs move faster the arms will move faster. It’s because it’s a highly reactive nervous system.”-Cal Dietz
Peaking. Such a difficult goal to actually achieve, with so many different factors that lead to it. Cal Dietz touches upon one way that he’s had success in peaking his athletes for top competitions.
Cal starts out discussing that there are two types of athlete’s. He refers to them Jet Fuel vs Diesel Fuel. Touching upon multiple examples of how the ideas/methods he is going to discuss were utilized along with the results that were achieved. All of these ideas in this talk arebased around the idea of Dynamic Correspondence and knowing that nothing we do in training is executed fast enough to train at the speeds hit in competition.
Then, as only Cal can, he shares with us the method he used to achieve these results along with examples of means (including sets and reps) to show how he has attempted to work on bringing the speeds of movement closer to equal to that utilized in sports. This includes actual workout cards he used with some of his student athletes and video examples of how the exercises were modified.
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