In this second part of a two-piece series, Dr. Pat Davidson delves further into the objective biomechanics model, and provides readers with training movement biomechanics competency checklists for better program design.
Dr. Pat Davidson believes that the only way to put together a comprehensible and comprehensive training program is to design it around biomechanics, not physiological principles. In this article, he explains why, and how.
Ask any coach about fatigue and it’s likely the Central Nervous System will be mentioned during conversation. With all of the conjecture about how the body copes with fatigue and manages the response to stress, the importance of knowing how neurotransmitters interact in the body. If you are curious to know what is the biology behind fatigue, the role of neurotransmitters is part of the answer.