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Is In-Season Training Important?

You’ve got to maintain all athletic components throughout the season

Bryan McCall Oct 17 November 20th, 2019

“In talking to athletes and coaches, with questions about what to do in-season. Most of the time with questions about whether pre-season and off-season training is enough to carry me to great success throughout the season. I’m here to say that it’s not. You’ve got to maintain those athletic components throughout the season. In particular speed and power development erodes very, very quickly if you don’t stimulate these components every 5 days.

The formula is very simple; commit to at least 1 day a week, 60-90 minutes per session. The training session has to include a dynamic warmup, speed training, movement training, power and strength training. If you combine all those components of athleticism together on an annual basis, you’re guaranteed to have success throughout the season.”

Bryan McCall

Bryan McCall

Bryan McCall is the Director of High Performance at MJP and oversees and manages all performance coaches, high performance programming for elite athletes, and all pre-draft professional programs. BPreviously, Bryan was the Director of Performance for three years at SPIRE-MJP, an authorized United States Olympic Training Center in Geneva, Ohio.

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