Episode 26 of The MoveMind Podcast looks at the key differences between training and working out. Perhaps you thought they were the same thing? Think again.
I break down why periodisation is a key idea to understand, what it means, take you through a needs analysis for the BJJ player, and which type of training suits the grappler the best. Please like and share with someone who could benefit!
0:50 Why is working out not the same as training in terms of S&C?
4:19 What does training mean?
6:47 What qualities do we need to do BJJ, especially when it comes to performing in a competitive setting?
9:16 Explosive Strength
10:00 Isometric Strength
11:45 Strength Endurance
12:55 Conditioning needs of the BJJ player
14:22 Alactic Power
14:59 Alactic Capacity
15:27 Lactic Capacity
17:15 Dynamic Flexibility
17:58 Static Active Flexibility
19:32 Static-Passive Flexibility
25:44 Progressive Overload
27:09 Volume and Intensity
28:30 Different methods of Periodisation
29:14 What is Block Periodisation?
31:57 Linear Periodisation
33:08 Concurrent Periodisation
34:43 Conjugate Method
35:30 Implementing a phasic structure to train properly for competition
36:50 Phase 2 – Max strength + Alactic capacity
37:26 Phase 3 – Strength and speed + Lactic Capacity
39:13 Learning resources regarding these topics
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