Monthly Training Review
This Month in Training - October
Training in October
The monthly breakdown is an overview of how your training is balanced. By classifying movements into categories we can identify the areas we would like to focus on in our next training cycle, and/or any deficits in our training we need to account for in our next training session.
This is essentially how I make sure your training has a completed approach so we aren't reinforcing or exacerbating any unwanted imbalances.
|Horizontal Pulling||Vertical Pulling||Horizontal Pressing||Vertical Pressing||Lunge Variation||Squat Variation|
|Hinge Variation||Core/Carry||Power||Rotational||Conditioning||Average Difficulty|
October Training Goal0%4/4 Training Sessions
|Managed to get to bed early during the week|
|Reduced the incidence of injury during running and activity.|
|Have quickly regained strength close to pre-covid levels.|
|Trap Bar DL @ 139 lbs for 2 reps|
This month we have been able to manage some of the discomforts you feel periodically in your lower back and knee. And while these things aren't completely preventable, we have been focusing our training around mitigating these aches while you increase your run mileage and continue to progress with your strength.
Looking ahead into next month I will be looking to introduced more novel movements to help increase your movement variability. I think this will further help with preventative measures as well as longevity with movement.
We will also continue to focus on gaining strength in areas that support your running, as well as do our best to manage fatigue and mitigate any incidence of injury.
From Uplift Strength
More Brain Gainz
This month's recommended reading is all the importance of self-care when it comes to running.
5 of the Worlds Fastest Women on Injury Prevention and Recovery
This was an interesting podcast to listen to. It was interesting to hear what each of these women found contributed to their longevity or future longevity in the sport.
How Running Surfaces Impact Running Form
An interesting overview of some of the effects of running on different types of surfaces. It may be something to consider in terms of training for specific needs. Changing surface types might be a useful addition to training when applicable.