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CHP Coaches Answer YOUR Questions! (Part One)

You asked? We answered! In part one of three, Alex Viada, Kelly Bruno, Mike Fecik, and Taylor Weglicki respond to your burning questions! ALEX VIADA What would programming for the gen-pop that wants to be strong, muscular and fit look like? “It could be literally anything. The wonderful thing about learning multiple training modalities is how many…

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Mike Fecik | Build Week Of Training | 2.6 – 2.12

An early season training block with a focus on running and hitting higher volume on the run without sacrificing swimming and making sure to hold bike fitness. This was the second week of a build before a cut back to an easy week of training to allow for rest and recovery. What is not accounted…

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Swimming Efficiency: Successful Swimming in Less Time

Written By: Sierra Huber When it comes to your athletic endeavors, the first thing you or your coach reflect on is how much time you have to put into your training week. In the initial athlete training questionnaire that I hand out, I will see athletes advise that they have anywhere from twelve to even sixteen…

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BOB 3 & US Open Meet Prep Training

Five weeks out from Battle of the Bay 3, 11 weeks out from the US Open. Deadlifts (1/29/17) Worked up to 380 for doubles and even did the last set without a belt because I was feeling good. This is very peculiar to feel this good going into a peak, but instead of worrying about…

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A Stronger Core

Written By: Sam Winston Programming core strength is traditionally directed to a list of ab exercises performed at the end of lifting sessions. Anywhere from 5-10 minutes spent to on a few sets and repetitions of movements such as crunches, sit-ups, planks, and bicycles. The approach many people have adopted to train their core is…

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Digging Up Pain

Written By: Helena Wu Everyone’s world is divided into two parts: the one they care about, and the one they do not. With all the hubris of childhood, I staunchly believed I figured that out years ago. I was the soft-spoken loner who read chapter books for fun in kindergarten, skipped second grade, and avoided…

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