DAREBEE - The Ultimate Free Siteby Tyler Miller
For coaches looking to add more to their sports program, DAREBEE is a great and useful tool... PLUS IT'S A FREE SITE!!!!
DAREBEE, an independent global fitness resource. DAREBEE is a non-profit and also an ad-free and product placement-free website. All of the information here has been thoroughly researched and tested and provided free of charge. You can download and print anything – everything is provided in its entirety with no strings attached.
Here is a quick guide to get you started with the resource:
Look through the manual - you will only need to do it once to be able to easily navigate every single DAREBEE routine. It will show you how to read the posters, explain what reps and sets are and how to count them. It's just one page, it has pictures (everything here does) and it will save you a lot of deciphering in the future. Once you know the basics you can move on to the next step and take action!
If you are new to DAREBEE training system it is usually a good idea to start with a single program. It will give structure to your training and will also provide you with an idea of the load and how well you can handle it. There are no official rest days in our programs but they are all very carefully balanced so you recover on the go, some days are a lot easier than others and the other way around. For daily training programs are easier than most of our individual workouts which are slightly more intense due to their standalone nature. Here is how to pick a program.
If you’re creating your own weekly plan pick 3-5 daily workouts per week and rotate them to keep your body guessing for better results. The daily workouts collection grows daily so you will always have something new and fresh to try. You can pick workouts at random or you can focus on something specific using a filter at the bottom of the page. You can filter workouts by type, theme, focus and equipment.
We often update and revise existing routines based on workshops’ and users’ feedback. If you found a routine elsewhere on the web and it looks different from the one on this website - the one here is the latest version, always. We are constantly looking for ways to make our routines better and more effective so they work better for you.
Workout of the Day
Every 24 hours we post a workout of the day. This feature follows a general plan for functional fitness. If you don’t know what to do and how to proceed you can just do the workout of the day every day. It follows a pattern that lets your muscles rest day after day. The feature is mainly designed to help you discover new workouts and try something new.
If you feel that a program or individual workouts is not enough, you can spice things up with a challenge or two. Some challenges have specific goals and others just add extra training and let you focus on a specific exercise and improve your technique, e.g., kicks and punches. All challenges last 30 days, a new one is added at the end of every month.
Every 24 hours we release a new dare. Those are usually quick and often tricky exercises that you can complete in under 5-10 minutes. They are a fun way to add extra training into your day while having fun. Each dare comes with an EC (extra credit) optional subquest.
The HIVE Community
The Hive is a global DAREBEE community, it's a very friendly and welcoming place. You can post your progress and keep a workout log there in the Checking In section to stay accountable and motivated. It is also our official help desk - if you have any questions or not sure about something other members or DAREBEE team will come to your aid.
Don’t worry about not fitting in, the moment you join you are one of us. We will support and cheer you on as well as provide a safe environment to help you stay focused on your goals. The Hive explained in a greater detail here.
Video Exercise Library
We try to be as descriptive as possible when we name the exercises but if you are not sure, we have an exercise library to help you see how each one is performed. It is especially handy when it comes to martial arts moves that are not very easily deciphered by just looking at the illustrations. The library is not yet complete, we add exercises in batches whenever we can.
If you can't perform a move exactly it's perfectly ok to do it the best you can.
Montana Tech head basketball coach Adam Hiatt announced the addition of Tyler Miller today. Miller is the program’s lead assistant coach after spending the previous six seasons at NCAA Division I member, University of Central Arkansas of the Southland Conference.
During his time as an assistant coach in Conway, Arkansas, Miller helped lead UCA to their first winning season in over a decade in 2018. He also coached eight all-conference performers, including the conference Player of the Year, Newcomer of the Year, Freshman of the Year, and three all-defensive team honorees.
“Tyler has grown into a terrific basketball coach over these past six seasons,” Coach Hiatt said.
“He was able to learn from fantastic tacticians and coaches, Russ Pennell and Anthony Boone. He was heavily involved with all aspects of the UCA program and is very familiar with the
Frontier Conference, being a successful former student-athlete. His experience will make the transition into his role here smooth. Montana Tech basketball is very fortunate to be able to add him to the program.”
A native of Chandler, Arizona, Miller was an outstanding high school player at Chandler-Basha High School, where he was a four-time All-Arizona Republic player, before beginning his collegiate career at Western Colorado University in 2009-10. He finished his basketball career at the Montana Western in Dillon. Miller, a three-year starter, helped his team to 67 wins, a conference championship, and two NAIA National Tournaments, including an Elite 8 appearance in 2013. He scored 768 points, grabbed 390 rebounds and dished out 117 assists during his career in the Frontier Conference.
In addition, Miller made the Frontier Conference Academic All-Conference Team all three years and was a Daktronics-NAIA Scholar-Athlete two times. Miller graduated Magna Cum Laude in 2014 from Montana-Western. He earned his bachelor’s degree in Business Administration with a minor in Computer Information Technologies. Miller earned his master’s degree in Instructional Technologies at University Central Arkansas.
"I am more than fired up to head back to Montana to coach at Montana Tech," Miller said.
"Montana Tech is a very special place. I couldn't be happier for the opportunity to work with Coach Hiatt. The Frontier Conference holds some of my greatest memories from my playing career. I am excited to be back and to compete in the best conference in all of small college basketball.”