Training for the Game
exactly does sport-specific training mean? And why is it so important?
Wakeham is an Assistant Strength and Conditioning Coach at Michigan State
& Conditioning, 11.3,
April 2001, http://www.momentummedia.com/articles/tc/tc1103/traingame.htm
State athletics are well known throughout the country. Because of our
visibility, we receive many visits and calls from coaches regarding our
strength and conditioning ...
Review of Training for
By Jason McCarthy
In the Article “Training for the Game”, Tim Wakeham discusses the
transfer from training in the gym to actually performing in the game. Wakeham
states that sports specific training has been shown to provide gains in the
actual game and to ensure transfer from training to the game 16 steps must be
followed. If training differs even slightly from the game in intensity,
environment, etc. transfer will be
diminished. These 16 steps ar...
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