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Timing Resistance Training: Programming the Muscle Clock for Optimal Performance

Modern research has taken the application of timing to exercise programming in a new direction, discovering the existence of muscle clocks inside each of the more than 600 skeletal muscles. In this webinar based upon the book, Timing Resistance Training, you will learn what muscles clocks are, how they work, and how to use them to design training programs to optimize muscle strength and power. Learn how to teach muscles to “think” by delivering the timing cues that tell them when to activate key physiological actions that will enhance performance. Discover which cues to use with contemporary training methods such as paired exercise, complex, concurrent, cluster set, and redistributed rest training. Learn how to manipulate muscle clocks to perform their best every day using principles such as intermittent rest and strategically timed single-session workouts, weekly workouts, and long-term programming routines.

Amy Ashmore holds a PhD in kinesiology from the University of Texas at Austin and an MS in exercise science from Florida State University. She is the author of dozens of articles, blogs, and continuing education programs recognized by National Strength and Conditioning Association (NSCA), Collegiate Strength and Conditioning Coaches Association (CSCCa), American Council on Exercise (ACE), and American College of Sports Medicine (ACSM). Amy was previously on the sports sciences faculty at Florida State University and is the former program director for sports sciences and sports management at American Military University. She is an author and continuing education provider located in Las Vegas, Nevada.