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Power for Performance

Increasing interest in personal training has focused on training for sports performance. More participants in recreational and organized sports are recognizing the importance of conditioning for competitiveness and injury prevention. Personal trainers can take advantage of this growing market-interest by becoming more proficient in the techniques that can be used to enhance speed, power, quickness, and specific movement economy. Immediate limitations though, stand out in personal training for these goals, compared to traditional strength and conditioning programming due to the limited contact time. Strength and conditioning programming is usually developed in a 4-7 hour contact f

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