Coaches who are investing in GymAware and FLEX have asked SimpliFaster for a complete list of articles that dive into the details of the system. Included here are several blogs and articles that highlight the best ways to apply velocity-based training (VBT) and weight room tracking. We included all of the relevant articles that showcase what is possible with the hardware and cover key concepts that are extremely useful for coaches. We will update this list of articles periodically, so it will include new blog pieces written by coaches and sport science professionals. If the list doesn’t include what you are looking for, feel free to contact us, as we can always answer questions if you need more information.
8 Techniques for Better GymAware Training and Testing Sessions
Getting Started with Velocity-Based Training and GymAware
Finding Money for Your Strength and Conditioning Program
How to Improve Your Athletes Instantly with Biofeedback
Instilling Practical Sport Science in a Team Setting
Why Coaches Should Bring Back Weightlifting Tempo Methods
What Does the Science Say About VertiMax Training?
Why the Jerk Lift Is the Crown Jewel in Weightlifting
Cluster Training: How to Navigate Through the New Science
Olympic Lifts: The Importance of Peak Velocity and Recommended Guidelines
Bryan Mann Responds to Velocity Based Training Round Table
Velocity Based Training
Review of GymAware Velocity Based Training
Top 10 Power Measurement Tools in Strength and Conditioning
How to Use Barbell Trajectory Analysis to Improve Performance
Why Bar Displacement Is a Hidden Gem in the Weight Room
This anthology was last updated on September 25, 2019.
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