It’s That Time of Year Again

 

By Kyle Arsenault CSCS

 

It’s that time of year again!

 

We are in the last month of summer (I know, I know….BOOOOO!!!) and the kids are gearing up and getting ready to go back to school. Along with the school year kicking off, the fall sports season is about to begin.

 

Anytime a new season is just around the corner I always have one great fear.

 

The fear that many of the athletes (and their parents) who have put in the time and the dedication to an off-season training program are going to discontinue training because they feel that during the in-season they don’t have time to train, and heck, all the hard work was put in during the off-season to get ready for the actual season, right?

 

WRONG, DEAD WRONG!!!

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

In order to maintain (and in some cases continue to enhance performance), lower the risk of unnecessary injury and allow athletes to have the most successful season possible, it is not only a good idea to train in-season, it is an  absolute MUST.

 

To find out more about what an in-season program must address and how this will provide athletes with the greatest chance for a successful season, click HERE to read an article I wrote a few months back…it is a good one, I promise. And even if you are not a competitive athlete or parent, the principles of an in-season training program apply to the programs of busy individuals as well.

 

Read, enjoy and ask any questions.

 

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