TriPhasic Training’s Blog

ProPerformance Optimizer for Training

Unlock the full potential of your athletes with the ProPrecision Training Optimizer: Precision Training for Maximum Performance. In the world of sports coaching, optimizing athlete development is paramount. This revolutionary tool allows coaches to create personalized training programs based on individual responses, maximizing results efficiently. Say goodbye to rigid training models as the ProPrecision Training Optimizer offers flexibility to tailor training progressions to each athlete’s unique needs. By harnessing the power of this formula-driven system, coaches can accelerate athlete progression, address weaknesses, and fine-tune training plans. Visit our website, Performance Made Simple, to access this game-changing tool and advance yourself and your athletes to new heights of athletic excellence.

read more

The Untraining of an Athlete

In the captivating realm of elite athletic training, our exploration unfolds around the intriguing case of a female collegiate athlete, whose journey from intense college training to national team preparation offers profound insights. Her collegiate years, marked by rigorous and stress-inducing training, saw her achieving remarkable feats, such as a 365-pound single-leg safety bar squat, defying her body weight of just over 130 pounds. However, the transition to the national team’s regimen unveiled a critical oversight: the absence of a parasympathetic response vital for recovery and adaptation. This physiological gap, brought to light by an Omega wave train system, signaled a mismatch in training intensity. The replacement of her high-load exercises with significantly lighter routines led to a noticeable decline in performance, underscoring the essential role of sufficient training stress in eliciting the necessary adaptations for elite athletes. This narrative not only highlights the athlete’s resilience and strength but also casts a revealing light on the intricate balance required in crafting effective training programs for top-tier athletes.

read more

Kinetic Chain Skill Optimization Principle (KCSO)

In the pursuit of peak athletic performance, the concept of Kinetic Chain Skill Optimization (KCSO) emerges as the holy grail, where the intricate science of movement intersects with biomechanical precision. This article delves into the symbiotic relationship between muscle groupings and sling systems within the kinetic chain, elucidating their pivotal role in enabling athletes to replicate the zenith of skills in sports. Drawing inspiration from the Optimal Movement Patterns Principle, KCSO encapsulates the harmonious orchestration of motor units, emphasizing intra and inter-coordination, all in a quest for athletic excellence. By referencing the illuminating articles “Kinetic Chain Rate Limiters: Unlocking Peak Athletic Performance” and “Optimal Movement Patterns Principle – Unlocking Athletic Excellence,” this article navigates the biomechanical labyrinth of KCSO, revealing how athletes can surmount rate limiters and attain the zenith of their athletic potential.

read more

Athletic Mastery A Journey into Optimal Movement Patterns 

In the realm of athletic achievement, the true essence of excellence lies in mastering the art of proper movement patterns. With over two decades of experience evaluating athletes across 15+ sports, from world champions to emerging talents, I’ve witnessed the awe-inspiring magic that separates elite athletes from the rest—an almost intangible synchronization of motor units and information that creates a symphony of effortless, fluid, and powerful movement. This elusive quality, perceptible to those with trained eyes, forms the foundation of athletic greatness. It’s the difference between an average individual’s movements and those of someone who exudes grace and power through precise patterns. What’s remarkable is that these patterns aren’t fixed; they can be refined or eroded by an athlete’s training regimen. Elite athletes, however, have a unique ability to preserve and adapt their optimal movement patterns. Enter the Triphasic Generation 4 Programs—a revolutionary approach poised to redefine how athletes enhance and sustain these patterns. Tested and refined over three years, these programs represent a paradigm shift in athletic performance training, promising transformative results that will soon captivate the sports world. Stay tuned for the unveiling of this groundbreaking approach, as it empowers athletes, coaches, and enthusiasts to tap into the true magic of movement, shaping the future of sports excellence.

read more

Optimal Movement Patterns Principle – Triphasic Training Principle 11

The Optimal Movement Patterns Principle is a groundbreaking concept in the realm of athletic excellence, delving deep into the intricacies of human movement. Central to this principle is the precise synchronization of motor units, akin to orchestrating a symphony of muscle activation. Intra and inter-coordination further refine this symphony, ensuring not just individual muscles but entire muscle groups work in harmonious synchrony. Through innovative techniques like Dynamic Power Potentiation Cycling Methods and the integration of functional transfer complexes, athletes can harness the full potential of their movement patterns. The Neuro-Optimal Synchronization Concept acknowledges the vital role of the brain in this process, optimizing the communication between brain and muscle for precision and efficiency. Finally, the GOAT Performance Drill stands as a versatile tool, enhancing both physical and cognitive aspects of athletic performance. Embracing this principle promises to propel athletes toward unparalleled excellence, unlocking the true potential of human movement.

read more

Secrets to Speed Training with Chris Korfist

In a captivating video lecture, Chris Korfist, a renowned expert in speed training, delivers a thought-provoking critique of common issues affecting football players’ speed development. He highlights a crucial aspect of speed training, emphasizing the significance of maintaining the correct body position during sprinting. Korfist’s insightful analysis reveals how an athlete’s “center of mass,” often overlooked, plays a pivotal role in their speed performance. He demonstrates how even elite athletes can lose ground due to improper positioning and inefficient movement patterns. Through a series of practical examples and drills, Korfist emphasizes the importance of core stability and efficient biomechanics, shedding light on how these elements can make a significant difference in an athlete’s speed. By delving into the intricacies of body control, breath control, and leg swings, he offers valuable insights into optimizing speed and preventing common mistakes that can hinder athletic performance. Korfist’s engaging lecture provides both coaches and athletes with a fresh perspective on speed training, underscoring the importance of technique, body positioning, and core strength in achieving optimal speed and agility.

read more

Chris Korfist’s Insights on Football Speed Training

In an enlightening lecture, Chris Korfist, a leading authority in speed training, challenges conventional notions surrounding football speed development. He critiques the NFL’s restrictive training regulations, which mandate the presence of athletic trainers during sprint workouts, hindering athletes from optimizing their speed training. Korfist also questions the prevalent emphasis in college programs on muscle mass over speed, suggesting that this focus may inadvertently transform high school speedsters into slower, bulkier players. High school coaches, constrained by external decisions, are encouraged to embrace innovation by learning from Korfist’s successful journey. He highlights the importance of freedom in crafting effective speed training regimens, while also addressing the common trend of blaming strength coaches for speed and agility underperformance. Rooted in scientific principles, Korfist’s insights delve into the mechanics of speed, offering coaches a path to unlocking their athletes’ full speed potential.

read more

The Vital PSOAS Muscle in Relation to Speed Development

“The Psoas muscle, often overlooked in athletic training, plays a crucial role in body movement and flexibility. This deep-seated muscle connects the spine to the hip flexors and acts as the initiator of many movements. Contrary to popular belief, stretching might not be the best approach for the psoas, as its function is more about strength and stability rather than mere flexibility. Pilates, yoga, and even some chiropractic advice might oversimplify its importance. Through targeted training, such as Reflexive Performance Reset (RPR), athletes can potentially enhance their performance, as evidenced by improved sprint times and increased peak velocities. Moreover, maintaining control over the rib cage edge, which interfaces with the psoas, is fundamental for preventing injuries and ensuring optimal athletic function.”

read more

Ankle Rocker part 1 and 2 Triphasic Training Method 12

we delve into the significance of ankle rocker functionality in sports and unveil a repertoire of sports-specific exercises aimed at its improvement. These exercises, including the vertical lunge and single-leg safety squat with bands, underscore the pivotal role of generating vertical force—a cornerstone of athletic prowess. Additionally, we address prevalent misconceptions, such as concerns over knee discomfort. We elucidate that enhanced ankle function can effectively alleviate knee pain and mitigate injury risks. By prioritizing exercises that foster vertical force production and uphold correct body alignment, athletes and coaches can amplify performance levels and fortify injury resilience in the dynamic world of sports.

read more

Oscillatory Glycolysis Hack

In the realm of athletic performance enhancement, a revolutionary breakthrough has emerged: the “Oscillatory Glycolysis Hack.” Born from a keen observation of performance deficits in the glycolytic system among athletes in various sports, this innovative training method introduces a game-changing approach. By seamlessly blending isometric holds with glycolytic-focused oscillatory movements, this technique optimizes the body’s energy systems in a strategic and unprecedented manner. In this blog, we’ll unravel the science behind this groundbreaking approach, exploring its potential to supercharge athletes’ repeated sprint abilities and overall performance. From identifying the problem in 2009 to refining the solution in 2013, this “Oscillatory Glycolysis Hack” offers a fresh perspective on training that is poised to revolutionize athletic performance as we know it.

read more