Muscles and Management

Episode #67 Meathead Monday: Quarantine Training Tips

March 30, 2020 Gerry DeFilippo Season 2 Episode 67
Muscles and Management
Episode #67 Meathead Monday: Quarantine Training Tips
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Muscles and Management
Episode #67 Meathead Monday: Quarantine Training Tips
Mar 30, 2020 Season 2 Episode 67
Gerry DeFilippo

In this episode, Gerry gives a full breakdown of helpful tips to help coaches and athletes get through "at-home," training while we are in quarantine!

To start, the conversation addresses the importance of maintaining a schedule and training structure even when you may not have a gym or training equipment. Home training needs to be more than random bodyweight exercises thrown together.

From there, Gerry gives some tips on how you can train for strength and hypertrophy even if you do not have equipment, and also sheds light on the need to SPRINT. He explains training residuals and how long certain attributes can last (strength, aerobic capacity and speed etc.) and how that should guide how we train while we are home.

Need to conquer your quarantine training? Don't miss this episode of Muscles and Management!

Support the show (http://www.challengerstrength.com)

Show Notes

In this episode, Gerry gives a full breakdown of helpful tips to help coaches and athletes get through "at-home," training while we are in quarantine!

To start, the conversation addresses the importance of maintaining a schedule and training structure even when you may not have a gym or training equipment. Home training needs to be more than random bodyweight exercises thrown together.

From there, Gerry gives some tips on how you can train for strength and hypertrophy even if you do not have equipment, and also sheds light on the need to SPRINT. He explains training residuals and how long certain attributes can last (strength, aerobic capacity and speed etc.) and how that should guide how we train while we are home.

Need to conquer your quarantine training? Don't miss this episode of Muscles and Management!

Support the show (http://www.challengerstrength.com)