Of late I have been making some changes to my strength program.
I was on Eric Cressey’s blog and he started highlighting some of the mistakes that he sees when it comes to strength program design.
I asked if he wouldn’t mind sharing a few of these thoughts with EFI readers. Here we go.
Enjoy the interview.
CLICK HERE to listen to the interview with Eric Cressey on Avoiding Common Strength Program Mistakes.
What Eric shares in the Interview:
- Why are people not getting strength games?
- Why is it important for athletes to build up strength?
- Why is it important for the exercise enthusiast and general public person to build strength?
- Explains how to achieve stability through strength training
- What is a strength and conditioning program and how does it differ from other programs?
- How can fitness enthusiasts benefit from a strength and conditioning program?
- The three areas that are often missed by fitness professionals in their exercise program.
- Who is Eric Cressey?
- Who should be doing a strength and conditioning program?
- Details on his Show and Go program and who it is for and who it’s not for
I have also done a detailed review of his Show and Go program and you can check it out here.
A few things you need to know about listening to the interview:
- To listen to the interview, scroll down to the bottom of this page and click the play button symbol. If you do not have time to listen to it right now, just click the “download” button and download it to your computer. Then you can listen to it on your computer when you like.
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- Here is a video explaining how to download the interview recording
If you have a neat specialization or business information that would be of benefit for fitness professionals to know about, please do contact me and I would love to share it with the EFI world.
If you know of a fitness professional or someone with gluteal amnesia or hip pain that may benefit from this interview, please forward it to them.
Rick Kaselj, MS
P.S. – If you liked this interview with Eric, you will like these other ones as well: