Saturday, July 16, 2016

NASM's Optimum Performance Training™ Model

NASM's Optimum Performance Training™ Model

Exercise Science, Biomechanics, Kinesiology are coordinated as the components of the OPT Optimum Performance Training Model.

The OPT model involves five phases (Stabilization Endurance, Strength Endurance, Hypertrophy, Maximal Strength, and Power) which are split into three levels (Stabilization, Strength, and Power).

Assessments include ...

The Overhead Squat Assessment

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