OX | Strength Revisited

In diesem Deep Dive beleuchtet Daniel Kadlec den aktuellen Stellenwert und die Notwendigkeit der Kraftfähigkeit. Welche Methoden im Krafttraining zielführend sind und welche getrost aus eurer Praxis-Toolbox verschwinden können, erfahrt ihr über die knackigen Reality-Checks der weit verbreiteten Lehrbuchmeinungen.

Kurs
Materials
  • Lernziele
  • Wichtiger Hinweis
  • Die Notwendigkeit von Kraft im Trainings-/Therapiekontext
  • Wie werden unsere Athleten & Patienten eigentlich stärker?
  • Hält die weit verbreitete Lehrbuchmeinung einem Realitätscheck stand?
  • Transfer in die Praxis: Leitlinien und Anregungen
  • Sportart-spezifische Kraft

Ratschläge in diesem Kurs sind vom Autor, Daniel Kadlec, und vom Unternehmen, Out Of The Box,  sorgfältig erwogen und geprüft worden. Sie bieten jedoch keinen Ersatz für kompetenten medizinischen Rat. Alle Angaben in diesem Kurs erfolgen daher ohne jegliche Gewährleistung oder Garantie seitens des Autors. Eine Haftung des Autors bzw. des Unternehmens und der Beauftragten für Personen-, Sach- und Vermögensschäden ist ebenfalls ausgeschlossen.

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