Thou shalt strive for quality of movement before quantity
Thou shalt use exercises that develop multi-dimensional movements not muscles
Thou shalt embraced bodyweight and free weights
Thou shalt use ground based – ‘Big Bang’ exercises – compound multiple joint (unilateral and bilateral)
Thou shalt train functionally (biomechanics, metabolic, force velocity curve – combination)
Thou shalt use high Intensity interval based cardio
Thou shalt make every session time efficient (short training sessions)
Thou shalt maintain continuity – programmes not workouts
Thou shalt train with Intensity
Thou shalt recognise the importance of invisible Training
What are the key principles that you follow when developing a programme for your client?
Once you have a philosophy everything else falls into place and you are less likely to be one of those coaches that constantly switches training styles or follows gurus.