High Performance Training
Back in early 1999, I was introduced to a very exciting and informative newsletter called HARD TRAINING. I, like many others who valued the information on those pages, kept every issue to use as a resource as well as inspiration. I often flipped through those old issues, picking up new bits of information every time I read them, thoughts that have guided me to mature as a trainee and coach.
In June, 2004 I decided to publish my own newsletter that would provide quality information on safe, efficient and effective training and so I developed what was known as the: HIGH PERFORMANCE TRAINING NEWSLETTER. HPT became a publication that was full of great information, covering a number of aspects of training and fitness for both trainee and coach. Much of that information was pertinent to competitive and recreational athletes, as well as those in the private sector.
Get your copy of the HIGH PERFORMANCE TRAINING NEWSLETTER for $7.99….
Almost 100 articles by coaches all around the country including Mark Asanovich, Dr. Paul Kennedy, Randy Roach, Tom Kelso, Dick Conner, Matt Brzycki and many, many more.
TABLE of CONTENTSVolume 1 June 2004 Nobody Asked Me, But… – by Dr. Paul Kennedy What’s In a Name – by Jim Bryan Strength Training: The Jaguar Way – by Mark Asanovich Not for Men Only – by Mike Shibinski A Lesson from Arthur Jones – by John Amtmann Testing Athletic Ability – by Doug Scott In-Season Strength Training – by Aaron Hillman Bryan Training Guidelines – by Jim Bryan The Jaguar Philosophy – by Mark Asanovich Improve Your Strength Program – by Ryan Carlson Q and A Volume 2 September 2004 The Politics of Training – by Fred Fornicola Principle-Based Conditioning – by John Mikula A Few More Finishers – by Fred Fornicola and Doug Scott Weight Management – by John Amtmann and Art Krueger The “Top Squat” in Perspective – by Randy Roach Misuse of Movement – by Jim Kielbaso Building a Foundation – by Ryan Carlson Get a Grip – by Chuck Clark Coaches Corner Speed Kills – by Mike Shibinski Traditional Program Flaws – by John Philbin Q and A Volume 3 December 2004 Nobody Asked Me, But… – by Dr. Paul Kennedy In-Season Training – by Mark Asanovich The Female Athlete Triad – by Rachael E. Picone Making the Cut – by Mike Shibinski Where to Start – by Fred Cantor The “F” Word? – by Doug Scott Thinking Outside of the Box – by John Mikula Coaches Corner Pull-ups, Pulldowns – by Randy Roach The Paradigm Effect – John Amtmann & Seth Schutte Q and A Fast Tracks Volume 4 February 2005 Internet Experts – by Fred Fornicola The Reality of Strength Coaching – by Sam Knopik Charting Progress – by Doug Scott Off Season Training – by Mark Asanovich Coaches Corner The Training Room Developing Training Protocols Volume 5 April 2005 Nobody Asked Me, But… – by Dr. Paul Kennedy A Practical Approach to… – by John Amtmann & Seth Schutte Developing Skills – by Pete Silletti Coaches Corner Retracing Fibers – by Fred Fornicola Training and the Old – by Jim Bryan Volume 6 June 2005 Approaching the Crossroads – by Fred Fornicola Strength in Numbers – by Sam Knopik Damage Control – by John Amtmann Optimal health – by John Mikula Coaches Corner Q and A The Training Room Volume 7 August 2005 Trends in Health – by Fred Fornicola Sport Specific – by Red Wakeham Coaches Corner Dietary Supplements – by Mark Asanovich O.A.R. – by Scott Goldman, Ph. D. What Does the Literature Say – by John Mikula Volume 8 October 2005 Nobody Asked Me, But… – by Dr. Paul Kennedy Coaches Corner High Intensity Training Confusion – by Jim Bryan And on the 8th Day… – by Mike Shibinski S&C Program for Basketball – by Mike Shibinski The Formulator – by Steve Baldwin Game Time Agility – by Jim Kielbaso Slower Rep Speeds – by Paul Marsland Sensible Training – by Sunir Jossan Volume 9 December 2005 One Nation, Undernourished – by Fred Fornicola Off Season Training – by Sam Knopik Hey Coach Thoughts from “The Pit” – by Dick Conner Jumping Out of Plyometrics – by John Mikula Why Do We Work Out – by Jim Bryan The Way I See It… – by Tom Kelso Volume 10 February 2006 Bottles & Sharks & Belts, Oh My! – by Matt Brzycki Strength Flows in Jacksonville – by John Mikula The Way I See It… – by Tom Kelso The Best Five Bucks – by John Amtmann Is Daily Activity Beneficial? – by Jim Bryan Coaches Corner Twisted Conditioning II – by Jim Bryan 8 Days a Week – by Sunir Jossan Going Through Phases – by Doug Scott Volume 11 April/May 2006 Going Full Circle – by Fred Fornicola Barbie Doesn’t Play Sports – by Red Wakeham Dumbbell Training for Strength and Fitness – by Randy Roach Getting a Little Wiser – by Sunir Jossan Searching for the Truth – by John Amtmann Position Paper: Creatine Supplements – by Mark Asanovich Volume 12 June 2006 The Essence of Training – by Fred Fornicola Getting Older – by Sunir Jossan Rediscovery – by Paul Marsland Going Through Phases: Part 2 – by Doug Scott Training for Golf – by Mike Shibinski The Way I See It… – by Tom Kelso High Intensity Training, Taking It Too Far – by Fred Fornicola