Want to know which power training methods you should be adding to your workout? Developing Power from the NSCA is the perfect guide to answer that question.
Developing Power is the newest title in the National Strength and Conditioning Association’s (NSCA) Sport Performance Series. It’s also the definitive resource to help you develop athletic power. The book includes sample power training methods for:
- Upper body
- Lower body
- Total body
- Team sports
- Individual sports
These multiple training methods, including exercises for explosive weight training, Olympic lifts and plyometrics. For more information on Olympic lifts, check out our post from April 2017, How to snatch by Aurélien Broussal-Derval.
The variety of exercises, drills, assessments and programming are designed to help you improve both power and performance. The resource also includes research-based recommendations and assessment protocols for testing jumps, throws and ballistic exercises.
In addition, there’s also ready-to-use training programmes for 12 of the world’s most popular sports, including rugby, football, swimming and athletics.
Finally, the guide includes guidance on adding progressions to your training safely and effectively for continued development.
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