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10 Yard Sprint

Took the time to get out the lasers the other day. Can I sniff the 1.5’s next…

10 Yard Sprint

Sharon’s Progress

Sharon picking things up and putting them down for the first time. She’s really been picking up (pun not intended) on things quickly.

Sharon’s Progress

Minimum Effective Dose

This comparison is just undeniable. A lot of people come in the gym for the first time, or after being out for a while and try to get right to the highest intensities. Truth is, you can get the training effect you’re looking for with way less. Consistency is the super power. Start slow, be consistent, and work your way up to some higher intensities as needed. Honestly, you could apply this minimum effective dose concept your entire training career and steadily make or maintain progress forever.

Training Like Medicine

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