Triphasic Training : A systematic approach to elite speed and explosive strength performance
by Cal Dietz

Co-authoring a book presented a unique challenge that neither of us expected. The book is a compilation of stories, personal experiences, and knowledge of two individuals. As such, a conventional writing style would have us write the book in a manner that distinguishes which author is contributing to a specific story or anecdote. It would require us to preface sentences with, “Cal remembers when...” or “Ben worked with an athlete who...” When we were finished with sections of the book and went back to read what we had written, we found the constant quoting hindered the flow of the book and prevented the reader from making connections between examples that came off as separate story lines. To solve this perceived flaw to the book, we came up with a simple solution. We wrote the book from the first person view of a third party narrative. Instead of stating which one of us is involved with a story, we say “I remember” or “I worked with.” In essence, we created an imaginary person who is the culmination of both of our life experiences, knowledge, and stories. We beg the readers indulgence with this style choice and say that it is in no way meant to deceive or misguide the reader as to the source of information, but rather to improve the consistency and readability of the book. We feel that this allows for one clear voice to present the information and will maximize the usefulness of the material to the reader.

1 Intro
2 Section 1 - Basic Principles
3 Section 2 - Implementation of Stress
4 Section 3 - Triphasic Nature of Movement
5 Section 4 - High Force at Low Velocity
6 Section 5 - High Force at High Velocity
7 Section 6 - High Velocity Peaking
Chapter 1: Bonus Materials
8 Triphasic Advanced Principles Powerpoint
9 Advanced Principles in Programming Pt.1 11:04
10 Advanced Principles in Programming Pt.2 13:57
11 Advanced Principles in Programming Pt.3 15:01
12 Advanced Principles in Programming Pt.4 15:19
13 Advanced Principles in Programming Pt.5 16:22
14 Section 2 Bonus - Triphasic Undulated Block Lecture 08:00
15 Section 3 Bonus - Triphasic Nature of Movement 06:10
16 Section 6 Bonus - Triphasic Training Block Method Progression in the Transfer of Speed Performance 25:37
17 Special Triphasic Training Considerations for Strength, Specificity, and Energy Systems for Year-Long Planning 1:15:57
18 Triphasic Development of Explosive Strength w/ Cal Dietz and Dr. Andy Galpin - 217
Chapter 2: Bonus Downloads
19 Triphasic Advanced Principles Powerpoint
20 Block 1 Eccentric Above 80 Triphasic Training Back Squat
21 Block 1 Eccentric Above 80 Triphasic Training Single Leg Strength
22 Block 1 Eccentric Above 80 Triphasic Training upper
23 Block 2 Isometric Above 80 Back Squat
24 Block 2 Isometric Above 80 Single leg Squat
25 Block 2 Isometric Above 80 Upper Body
26 Block 3 concentric Above 80 Back Squat Heavy
27 Block 3 concentric Above 80 Single Leg Work
28 Block 3 concentric Above 80 upper body
29 Block 3 concentric below 80 upper body
30 Block 4 concentric below 80 Single Leg Work

caldietz Cal Dietz Strength and Human Performance Coach, Sport Science Consultant

Cal Dietz has been an Olympic Sports Strength and Conditioning coach for numerous sports at the University of Minnesota since 2000. During his tenure, Dietz has trained athletes that have achieved 540+ All-American honors, 10 NCAA Team National Champions, Teams that have won 34 Big Ten/WCHA championships teams, 29 Big Ten/WCHA Conference tournaments, 22 NCAA Final Four appearances, He has consulted with Olympic and World Champions in various sports and professional athletes in the NHL, NFL, NBA, MLB, MMA and Professional Boxing.

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Jared Angelo
Jared Angelo

Great book, great information.
Dec 7, 2016 01:59:17 AM