We made the book and the course as compliments to each other, not duplicates. The book provides more graphics and analytical content meant to be consumed at a slower pace, while the course is a way to dive into all of the theory audibly with detailed explanations of how our system works by Dane Miller. Both the book and the course provide unique content.
Sport Planning and Technical Literacy
You have grown your team.
And they LOVE you for all the advice and support you have given them.
Now its time to transform your athletes into CHAMPIONS.
Know Your Athletes
One of the most difficult aspects behind developing strength and power athletes is figuring out WHAT will help an athlete to perform and HOW to make positive change. More often than not, coaches are misguided in their programming and technical literacy.
Are you wasting time writing programs for athletes and competitors who perform below expectations at the big event?
In the end you never know what progress, if any, your athletes are making, because you are not in control of the outcome.
But You Can Be.
We created the Parabolic Periodization course at Garage Strength for coaches - Use the diagnostic tools provided to understand what athlete type you are working with, and let the rest of your programming fall into line.
The course is an interactive, 50 lesson, online course that teaches you the “secrets” of the worlds most successful coaches.
Learn how to structure programs for peak performance at multiple competitions per year
Learn how to understand different types of athletes and program specifically for their needs
Understand the details of autoregulation, percentage based training, and lift comparisons with our intuitive charts
11 BONUS resources included!!
Do you struggle to program and peak different types of athletes? Are you a coach who is looking for an in-depth periodization scheme that is proven to work! Dive into Parabolic Periodization and be confident every athlete you coach will be prepared to peak when it matters!
Learn the 5 Blocks of Periodization
What are the phases? How are they used and how are they developed over time depending upon individual athletes? When designing a program, the ATHLETE must be the number one thought, over and over again. Coaches need to understand and solve the athlete’s problems every single block, every single week, every single day, to get their athletes on the road to championship success. By diving deep into every block and athlete type, we will be able to understand the theory and slowly grasp the integration of principles.
Understand Athlete Types
What the heck are these Athlete curves and analysis? How can you learn how to use them and build them into your programming? How do different people and different personalities respond to the same exact stimuli. Coaching is not a one size fits all but understanding the athlete type will make decisions quicker and more efficient.
Parabolic Periodization will teach you the skills you need to strategically build a top level athlete using the average hard working kids and adults that frequent your training facility right now.
Whether you train:
High School Athletes
Anyone can make progress in this system.
Parabolic Periodization is designed to customize and implement your program creation process from scratch in just a few hours. Easily duplicate this system for each of the three athlete types and help your athletes make real progress.
Parabolic Periodization puts you in control of your athlete’s results. Not to mention, helping you turn the life you want to live, into your livelihood.
Not an elite level coach? Not a problem! You will be guided through the whole process. The Garage Strength team has already helped dozens of coaches, like you, develop athletes at the state, national and international stages in weightlifting and sports performance.
11 Bonus Resources
The 11 bonus resources come with each course and book purchase. Each comes with graphs, charts, and detailed explanations of the specific topic!
Athlete Reactive Analysis
Athlete Type and Cues
Daily Training Checklist
Exercise Metrics and Correction Workflow
How to Structure Blocks
Programming By Athlete Type
Targeting Weaknesses - Skill vs Strength
Warm Ups and Potentiation
Weights and Loading
Frequently Asked Questions
Are the book and the course the same material?
What sport is Parabolic Periodization meant for?
Is Parabolic Periodization meant for coaches or athletes?
Parabolic Periodization is written to coaches who are looking to better understand and program more effectively for there athletes. That said, both the book and course is extremely useful for self-coached athletes or even athletes with coaches who simply want to understand training better.
Does the book include a training program?
It does not, but we do you one better by teaching you everything you need to know about constructing the most effective program yourself. If you are looking for a training program, check out our weightlifting specific programs HERE.
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I rolled my eyes, this happens more than people realize. On a regular basis we get direct messages of athletes wanting to come train, they want to be full-time, hit their goals and become champions. And then they come to Garage Strength. They step into a world of absurd intensity and accountability. They engage with a culture like no other. Maybe they train once, possibly twice and then disappear, never to be seen or heard from again.
Over the last year, Kate Wehr has been bouncing between two different weight classes. After the new weight classes were established during the summer of 2018, Kate and I decided to try and drop down to 55k for the end of 2018 and for the competition year of 2019. She is an excellent lifter, she has made teams at the youth level, she has made the Junior World team, she has made tremendous strides in training even while working a job at Cracker Barrel and while going to college full-time.
It’s the sixth attempt, the meet is on the line, a two kilogram PR in the clean and jerk will capture the US National title. Deep down inside, the coach knows the athlete likely does not have the strength to hit this jerk. The coach believes the athlete can stand it up, but when they’re at the top, they may lose tension during the dip, collapse forward and drive the jerk forward. Confidence is low BUT the weight needs to be put on the bar to win that title!