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Periodization Training for Sports

ATH-916
3 Credits
Online
4.93/5.00
ATH-916
3 Credits
Online
4.93/5.00
Periodization training is a year-round conditioning program structured into phases to meet sport-specific goals. By varying the timing and intensity of the workouts, the greatest gains in strength, speed, power, and endurance can be achieved. Learn how periodization works, why it is used and how to integrate it into a comprehensive training program. Design sport-specific programs to assist the student-athletes in reaching personal conditioning goals. Developed for teachers and coaches of senior high school students.

NOTE: Required textbook must be purchased separately.

This course is applicable towards the Strength and Conditioning Certificate.

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Dr. Andrew Herrick

Instructor
I am currently Director of Academic Development and a faculty member at Fresno Pacific University. I am responsible for all course offerings and marketing through the Office of Continuing Education, which includes identifying and developing new programs, courses, and instructors who are passionate about Christian higher education. I actively teach graduate, undergraduate, and professional development online courses for the university.