Zach Dechant: Common Errors Training: Speed in the Team Settingby Track Football Consortium TFC
It's difficult to notice and address certain errors or mistakes that take place in training, if you do it's crucial to make note of it and take action. Most training takes place in the team setting so it's understandable to overlook certain aspects.
Most have the misconception that speed is conditioning but there's quite the difference. In order for athletes to reach maximum velocity, they need their bodies to be ready to fatigue. That's because developing speed is highly demanding on the nervous system. Lifting in the team setting is actually setting you back if you want to reach max speed, in order to do so the athlete needs optimal rest and recovery.
In this course, TCU Senior Assistant Director of Strength and Conditioning, Zach Dechant, stresses the organization of training and the main components that are crucial. Zach shares his knowledge to help us change the way we are used to thinking team sports athletes need to train
Simply click the ‘Book This Course’ button at the top right of this page, place your order, and you’ll immediately be logged into the training with full access. Takeaway TCU’s Zach Dechants secrets and implement them into your team, you’ll see improvements in training in no time!
Zach Dechant has been in place since 2008 at TCU and is the current Assistant Athletic Director of Sports Performance. He oversees all facets of development for Baseball. During baseball off-seasons, Coach Dechant trains a group of 30+ current MLB / MiLB Frogs. The pro Frogs spend 4 months back on-campus training for their upcoming seasons. Alongside those priorities, he also handles the development and implementation of the TCU Sports Performance Internship Program that has been in place for over 15 years. Over that time the internship program has encompassed 40+ semesters and 250+ intern coaches that have moved on to all levels of professional, collegiate, high school, and private strength and conditioning.