Justin Lima – Training Smarter AND Harder – Episode 8

Justin Lima, the Director of Football Performance at Towson University, joins us to break down how coaches should utilize the concept of acute to chronic training workload to minimize the risk of injury and have confidence in how hard they are pushing their athletes.

When it comes to athletic performance, coaches are far more likely to embrace uncomfortably hard training than training that is uncomfortably easy. Lima explains why that’s the wrong approach, both for safety, and for truly unlocking athletic potential.

Three Cycle Strength Episode Rundown: Justin Lima

Celebrating a Significant Achievement: 3:26
Heavy Weights and Chicken Breasts: 4:34
What Is Acute to Chronic Workload?: 7:58
Physiological Changes Take Time: 14:24
Further the Profession through Education: 21:52
Build Off of the Basic Principles: 26:55
Strength Stories: 31:46
Tools of the Trade: 35:07
Food for Thought: 38:36
Killer Grams: 42:44

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Contact Justin Lima via email: jlima@towson.edu

Audio Podcast: Justin Lima

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Three Cycle Strength offers best practices, coaching philosophy and product information from the experts in every category affecting athletic performance. This is the show for serious, career coaches who want to leave a legacy in the athletic performance profession. For those who are dedicated to both becoming the best at their craft and providing their athletes with the most cutting-edge practices, products and services available today, Three Cycle Strength brings them everything they need – all in an entertaining, engaging and easily-consumable platform. Three Cycle Strength is a production of Three Cycle Media. All rights reserved.

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