SLOW DOWN (AND STOP) YOUR LIFTS FOR BIG GAINS: AN OVERVIEW OF TRIPHASIC TRAINING Parts I and II
Here are two links to articles I wrote for James Cerbie over at Rebel Performance on Cal Dietz's Triphasic Training book a few years ago.
Cal's book is still a personal favorite of mine. He is incredibly smart and breaks down complex ideas and methods into manageable portions for coaches to implement into their own system (or run with his). I love implementing his tempo style blocks into my own programming for my athletes.
Check out the articles as well as James' site and let me know what you think!
https://rebel-performance.com/slow-stop-lifts-big-gains-triphasic/ Part I
-BRIEF summary of the ideas presented in Cal's book on splitting the training process into distinct blocks of eccentric, isometric, and concentric phases.
https://rebel-performance.com/slow-stop-lifts-big-gains-overview-triphasic-training-part-ii/ Part II
-Sample program provided (Horrified looking back now haha!)