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Triphasic Training Peaking Method

by Cal Dietz

Description

The purpose of this manual is to prepare the athlete for their sport by performing high-velocity, sport-specific movements.  These exercises, and the way in which they are performed, are designed to utilize the enhanced qualities of dynamic movement.  These methods are the result of years of attempting to create an all-encompassing, methodical approach to physical training intended to prepare an athlete for the rigors of sport.  In this text, you will be provided with example programs, mesocycles, and macrocycles so that you may not only implement the system but understand the how and the why as well.  This manual was created solely to share these methods and to inspire questions within the coaching community so that we may continue developing as professionals for the betterment of our athletes.

Lessons

1 Triphasic Training Peaking Method Manual Preface 2 Triphasic Peaking Manual - Origins of Triphasic Training 3 1.1 Stress and its Role in Athletic Performance 4 1.2 Block Periodization 5 1.3 Eccentric Muscle Action for Athletic Performance 6 1.4 Isometric Muscle Action for Athletic Performance 7 1.5 Oscillatory Contractions (OC's) 8 1.5.1 Oscillatory Strength Movements Part 1 of 6 Building Strength 9 1.5.2 Benefits of Oscillatory Strength Movements Part 2 of 6 Building Strength 10 1.5.3 Benefits of Oscillatory Strength Movements Part 3 of 6 Coordination - Facebook Group 02:27 11 1.5.4 Benefits of Oscillatory Strength Movements Part 4 of 6 Coordination 02:21 12 1.5.5 Benefits of Oscillatory Strength Movements Part 5 of 6 Metabolic 02:04 13 1.5.6 Benefits of Oscillatory Strength Movements Part 6 of 6 Metabolic 01:53 14 1.5.7 Single Leg Reverse Hyper OC 15 1.5.8 Hip Thrust Double leg OC 16 1.5.9 Single Leg Pit Shark with Partner OC 17 1.5.10 Hip Thrust Single Leg OC 18 1.5.11 One Arm OC Dumbbell Bench 19 1.5.12 Glute Ham Bar lift OC 20 6.72 Supine Glute Ham SL Banded OCI 00:43 21 1.6 Injury Reduction 22 2.1 The Art of Peaking 23 2.2 Exercise Selection and Sport 24 2.2.1 Deep Squats can make Athletes Slower or Faster....Understand Why Video 25 2.3 High-Contraction Velocities 26 2.3.1 High Contraction Velocities Video Part 1 27 2.3.1 High Contraction Velocities Video Part 2 28 2.4 Two-Spring Model 29 2.5 Triphasic Peaking Method 1 for Advanced results for all level of Athletes 30 2.6 Triphasic Peaking Method 2 for Advanced results for all level of Athletes 31 2.7 Triphasic Peaking Method 3 for Advanced results for all level of Athletes 32 3.1 Specific Methods and What Are They 33 3.2 Sequencing for Performance 34 4.1 Program Examples 3 Day Program Day 1 35 4.2 Program Examples 3 Day Program Day 2 36 4.3 Program Examples 3 Day Program Day 3 37 4.4 Program Examples 4 Day Program Day 1 38 4.5 Program Examples 4 Day Program Day 2 39 4.6 Program Examples 4 Day Program Day 3 40 4.7 Program Examples 4 Day Program Day 4 41 4.8 Program Examples 5 Day Program Day 1 42 4.9 Program Examples 5 Day Program Day 2 43 4.10 Program Examples 5 Day Program Day 3 44 4.11 Program Examples 5 Day Program Day 4 45 4.12 Program Examples 5 Day Program Day 5 46 4.13 Exercise Library – AFSM-CC 47 4.14 Exercise Library – Rebound Shock 48 4.15 Exercise Library – OCI 49 4.16 Others 50 4.17 Co-contraction Speed circuit for peaking or download weeks 51 4.17 Co-contraction Speed circuit for peaking or download weeks downloadable
5.0 Triphasic Ranged Plyometric Method Bonus Section
52 5.1 Triphasic Ranged Plyometric Method Part 1 Intro 53 5.2 Triphasic Ranged Plyometric Method Part 2 Intro 54 5.3 Triphasic Ranged Plyometric Method Part 3 ASFM 04:41 55 5.3.1 Triphasic Ranged Plyometric Method Part 3.1 Coaching the ASFM Plyo 09:23 56 5.4 Triphasic Ranged Plyometric Method Part 4 Thrust Method 04:50 57 5.4.1 Triphasic Ranged Plyometric Method Part 4.1 Coaching the Thrust Method 02:51 58 5.4.2 Triphasic Ranged Plyometric Method Part 4.2 Coaching the Thrust Method 02:19 59 5.5 Triphasic Ranged Plyometric Method Part 5 Top Range Top Speed 04:41 60 5.6 Triphasic Ranged Plyometric Method Part 6 Programming Consideration 06:52 61 5.7 Triphasic Ranged Plyometric Method Part 7 Box Drop Jump Method 03:15 62 5.8 Triphasic Ranged Plyometric Method Part 8 Box Drop Jump Method 04:30 63 5.9 Triphasic Ranged Plyometric Method Part 9 Box Drop Jump Method 04:46 64 5.10 Triphasic Ranged Plyometric Method Part 10 French Contrast and Potentiation Cluster 65 6.0 COACHING VIDEOS EXERCISE DESCRIPTIONS 66 6.1 Band Reverse Hyper Rebound Shock 00:54 67 6.2 Banded Reverse Hyper Cocontraction Speed 01:08 68 6.3 Banded Reverse Hyper Dual Cocontraction Speed 01:03 69 6.4 Banded SL Reverse Hyper OCI 00:53 70 6.5 Banded SL Reverse Hyper Rebound Shock 01:00 71 6.6 Bentover Row Double Banded AFSM 00:55 72 6.7 Bentover Row Kneeling Double Banded AFSM 00:54 73 6.8 Cuban External Rotation AFSM Cocontraction Speed 01:03 74 6.9 Cuban External Rotation OCI 00:52 75 6.10 Cuban External Rotation Rebound Shock 00:55 76 6.11 Cuban Internal Rotation AFSM Cocontraction Speed 01:00 77 6.12 Cuban Internal Rotation OCI 00:53 78 6.13 Cuban Internal Rotation Shock 00:57 79 6.14 DB Curl AFSM Cocontraction Speed 00:57 80 6.15 DB Curl OCI 01:02 81 6.16 DB Curl Rebound Shock 00:53 82 6.17 DB Tricep Extension AFSM Cocontraction Speed 00:55 83 6.18 DB Tricep Extension OCI 00:53 84 6.19 DB Tricep Extension Rebound Shock 00:58 85 6.20 Delt Bentover Lateral OCI 00:49 86 6.21 Delt Bentover Lateral Rebound Shock 00:56 87 6.22 Delt Bentover Overhead AFSM CC Speed 00:57 88 6.23 Delt Bentover Overhead OCI 00:56 89 6.24 Delt Bentover Overhead Rebound Shock 00:58 90 6.25 External Rotation Standing AFSM 00:58 91 6.26 Half Kneeling Banded Wrist Extension 00:52 92 6.27 Hamstring Bent Knee AFSM 00:55 93 6.28 Hamstring Bent Knee Banded SL OCI 00:51 94 6.29 Hamstring Bent Knee SL Rebound Shock 00:53 95 6.30 Hip Abduction and Adduction Standing 00:59 96 6.31 Incline Side Delt AFSM Cocontraction Speed 00:57 97 6.32 Incline Side Delt OCI 00:54 98 6.33 Incline Side Delt Rebound Shock 00:57 99 6.34 Internal Rotation 90 90 Rebound Shock 01:08 100 6.35 Internal Rotation Standing Rebound Shock 01:00 101 6.36 OH Shoulder External Rotation OCI 00:55 102 6.37 OH Shoulder Internal Rotation Rebound Shock 01:04 103 6.38 OH Shoulder Internal Rotation OCI 00:56 104 6.39 Psoas Prone Banded AFSM 00:56 105 6.40 Psoas Prone Banded Rebound Shock 00:56 106 6.41 Psoas Prone Banded SL OCI 00:48 107 6.42 Rear Delt Prone Incline Lateral AFSM Cocontraction Speed 01:02 108 6.43 Rear Delt Prone Incline Lateral OCI 00:54 109 6.44 Rear Delt Prone Incline Lateral Rebound Shock 00:56 110 6.45 Reverse Hyper Cocontraction Speed 00:59 111 6.46 Reverse Hyper Dual Cocontraction Speed 00:57 112 6.47 Reverse Hyper Dual Leg 00:43 113 6.48 Reverse Hyper Rebound Shock 00:49 114 6.49 SL Reverse Hyper OCI 00:45 115 6.50 SL Reverse Hyper Rebound Shock 00:50 116 6.51 Spring Ankle Position 1 01:19 117 6.52 Spring Ankle Position 2 01:10 118 6.53 Spring Ankle Position 3 01:11 119 6.54 Spring Ankle Position 4 01:14 120 6.55 Spring Ankle Position 5 01:00 121 6.56 Standing Abduction OCI 00:53 122 6.57 Standing Abduction Rebound Shock 00:57 123 6.58 Standing Adduction OCI 00:53 124 6.59 Standing Adduction Rebound Shock 01:01 125 6.60 Standing Ham Rebound Shock 00:54 126 6.61 Standing Hamstring Cocontraction Speed 00:56 127 6.62 Standing Hamstring OCI 00:48 128 6.63 Standing Hip Flexion SL AFSM 01:04 129 6.64 Standing Hip Flexion SL OCI 00:47 130 6.65 Standing Quad Cocontraction Speed 00:57 131 6.66 Standing Quad OCI 00:50 132 6.67 Standing Quad Rebound Shock 00:50 133 6.68 Standing Row AFSM 00:52 134 6.69 Supine Glute Ham Banded AFSM 00:57 135 6.70 Supine Glute Ham Banded OCI 00:47 136 6.71 Supine Glute Ham Banded Rebound Shock 00:56 137 7.0 MORE PEAKING METHOD EXERCISES 138 7.1 Standing Split Row Rebound Method Triphasic Hammer From Sorniex 139 Triphasic Training 13 training Zones Loading Parameters and Guidelines 140 RESEARCH SECTION 141 Residual Force Enhancement 142 Change of Direction Deficit Measurement of DI American Football Players 143 Cocontraction and Injury 144 J. of Sports Sc.-2011-Oliver-Ground reaction forces kinematics and muscle activations during the windmill softball pitch 145 Neuromuscular Control Ankle 146 Relationship_Between_Toe_Muscular_Strength_and_the_Ability_to_Change_Direction_in_Athletes 147 MORE EXERCISES JUST ADDED!!!! 148 Hip Strengthening Exercise Series 149 Triphasic Peaking Manual Coaching Cues 150 Limitations with plyometrics and a fix-Reflexive Trimetric Method Part 1 of 5

The Coach

caldietz

Cal Dietz

Strength and Human Performance Coach, Sport Science Consultant

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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.

Ratings and Reviews (2)

Richard Bell

Extremely Helpful in showing how to properly apply the peaking method.

Apr 23, 19 03:04 PM

Lindsey Cox

Most innovative teaching in the field!

May 24, 19 09:53 PM

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