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Combined Training: Evidence-Based Practice Strength and Conditioning Programming - Table of Contents

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Course Objectives

Introduction: Evidence-Based Programming

Part I: Interference Theory
Chapter 1: Molecular Competition
Chapter 2: Competing Mechanisms

Part II: Muscle Clocks
Chapter 3: Muscle Clocks
Chapter 4: Time Cues
Chapter 5: Chronotype Training
Chapter 6: Reducing Uncertainty

Part III: Programming
Chapter 7: Five Principles of Programming
Chapter 8: Programming Variables
Chapter 9: Scheduled Rest
Chapter 10: Avoiding Interference
Chapter 11: Flexibility Training for Athletes
Chapter 12: Biomechanics of Assisted Stretching

Part IV: Sample Strength Programs
Chapter 13: Suggested Strength Exercises
Chapter 14: Complex Paired Workouts
Chapter 15: Sample Routines

Conclusion
References
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