On this page you will find articles pertaining to proper training mindsets, how to think about training from an objective perspective, theoretical approaches to training, and how to make better decisions to improve your performance in the gym and on the platform.
By Mike Tuchscherer 19 November 2018 We all want athletes to have the proverbial “perfect technique”. Some astute coaches evenRead more.
Why Skipping The Wave-Load Might Be Useful
So I’ve been talking about Emerging Strategies for a while now. If you’re not sure what thatRead more.
Leadership, Relationship, Creativity
By Mike Tuchscherer 2 April 2018 There are no magic programs. Coaching is about a lot more than writing aRead more.
Custom Training in The Face of Athletic Adaptation
By Mike Tuchscherer 07 March 2018 Many of us treat “what works for you” like a math problem and it’sRead more.
Using Block Reviews
Using Block Reviews By Mike Tuchscherer, 12 September 2017 In my estimation, there is only one good reason to keepRead more.
Singles for Assistance Work — Why?
Singles for Assistance Work — Why? By Mike Tuchscherer, August 8, 2017 Summary points All exercises should be placed inRead more.
Wrong but Useful: Central/Peripheral Models
Wrong but Useful: Central/Peripheral Models By Mike Tuchscherer, August 1, 2017 Go back and read articles from the early toRead more.
Performance Downturns By Mike Tuchscherer Have you ever had this situation? You’re training, improving, and everything is going great. Then,Read more.
RTS for Bodybuilding
RTS for Bodybuilding Mike Tuchsherer Bodybuilders and Powerlifters have not historically gotten along very well. Although the relationship strain seemsRead more.
How I Became a Powerlifting Coach
How I Became a Powerlifting Coach By Josh Rohr I had never really considered the possibility of personal trainingRead more.