no. 1

develop capacity for work

First and foremost we will aim to develop an efficient, high output engine — your capacity for work, pace and sustain must be top-notch to be a successful competitor.

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no. 2

strength

We will next develop strength smartly to compliment your engine — you must have the ability move loads when both when fresh and under duress.

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no. 3

tailored bias work

Our programming will also involve progression and individual biases to ensure continuous growth and systematic elimination of weaknesses

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no. 4

maximum recoverable volume

Each athlete is responsible for finding their own maximum recoverable volume, MRV, (properly balancing training and recovery) and develop a keen awareness of body and mind. 

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no. 5

establish mechanics & technique

The mechanics and technique of all movement must be sharply refined for maximum efficiency — if you don’t have a skill or you move poorly, you need to develop it or it will expose you

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