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Highlights of a BFS seminar at the University of Bridgeport College of Chiropractic
he University of Bridgeport
College of Chiropractic has a
policy of pushing the envelope
by offering creative programs to ena
"You Can Never Be Too Strong!"
General George Patton
The strength training aspect of the Bigger Faster Stronger workout is
set up on four-week cycles, with three 45-minute workouts per week.
During the season, the athlete only trains twice a week
Different Training Systems-Different Effects
We have the ability to shape & sculpt our bodies into whatever we desire. What our
bodies can adapt & learn from over a period of time is amazing. There are numerous
training systems that can be used to structu
The Aerobic System
The aerobic system accesses a massive store of virtually
unlimited energy. On this page you'll learn how this
system will keep you chugging along forever without ever
letting you get out of 2nd gear!
The aerobic energy system utilises f
Endurance exercise is one of the four types of exercise along with strength, balance and flexibility.
Ideally, all four types of exercise would be included in a healthy workout routine and AHA provides easyto-follow guidelines for endur
Benefits of BFS system at the elementary school level
By Greg Shepard
Elementary and High School Programs
At BFS clinics we go beyond simply teaching reps, sets, and exercises. Our clinicians teach
coaches and administrators how to unify their athletic pr
We all know that the human body needs energy to function, but
where does this energy come from? Ultimately, the energy that
keeps us moving comes from the food we eat. However, we cannot
use energy directly from foodit must first be converted into
Overcome plateaus with Bigger Faster Stronger system
This is an excerpt from Bigger Faster Stronger by Greg Shepard
By Greg Shepard
With any form of strength and conditioning, athletes experience plateaus, or a leveling off or even a dropping off in
The 7 Laws of Training According to
Dr. Fred Hatfield
I recently sat down with Dr. Fred Hatfield, also known as Dr.
Squat, to discuss his views on strength and conditioning and
how they fit into modern training systems. For those of you