13 Week Cycles
Each 13-week Cycle emphasizes certain Strength and Conditioning Goals
4 Training Cycles = 1 year
Cycles Start and Finish with 2 week Assessment Challenge De-Load
1. Raw Strength and Explosiveness
Initial Attack Cycle
2. Strength and Power Development
Ground Attack Cycle
3. Strength-Endurance, Speed and Power
Extended Attack Cycle
4. Power-Endurance, Speed and Stability- Minimalist
- 1-hour Workout Sessions
- 5 Sessions per week
- Train and Build your
- Functional Work Capacity
- Equipment Utilized
- Barbells and weights
- Kettlebells or Dumbbells
DAILY Training SESSION
You can expect…
- 5 Training Sessions per week to get you performing at a high level and help you stay as well-rounded and durable as possible.
- Utilizes Block Programming
- Programmed to be completed in 1 hour
- get in a daily rhythm and know how long to give to training
5 Blocks per session
- 1 block = 10 minutes
- 3 blocks of Strength = 30 minutes to complete strength work
Made out of BLOCKS
Each week and day is planned in advance with a purpose and goal in mind.
There is a reason “why” for everything in our training programs.
Weeks are made up of sessions that blend and balance the following blocks of training…
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The monthly, weekly, and daily goals may vary while there will alway be a healthy dose of Strength, Conditioning and Accessory Work.
Our year-round training is built around the following year long Athlete Perspective
This is a sample year combining all 4 VenturAthlete Training Cycles.
Designed to timely “peak” an athlete for demands of “Fire Season”
Our Experience in training with Civil Service Athletes has led to the use of this unique 1 year cycle;
- OCT-DEC = Raw Strength in 3 major lifts, Conditioning, and also Functional “strongman” Strength/Sandbag training.
- JAN-MAR = Strength and Power Development, Power Lifts Core Strength and improving aerobic capacity
- APR-JUN = Speed, Power, and Strength Endurance with a functional bias.
- JULY-SEPT = Power Endurance, Stability and Strength, Correcting Imbalances and Maintaining our Aerobic and Anerobic Capacity.
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