Creating your own program takes a lot of leg work. It isn't just about adapting a template to your situation; it is about seeking out influences and inspiration from numerous sources and making them your own. On this week's episode we dive into the program at Notre Dame High School by analyzing some of the foundational influences and how they have been adapted, as well as important elements done on the periphery.
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This episode is brought to you by HMMR Plus. This month's site theme is microdosing, and we've got plenty of new articles, videos, and podcasts about how to get the most out of short training sessions. Become a member for full access to our videos, articles, and podcast archives. The full presentation from Nick was available as part of the GAIN Master Class series. Subscribers can watch the replay here. More on Nick's programming is also available in the HMMR Classroom, such as videos of his warmups, medicine ball routines, and multi-jumps. He also details his foundational phase, modular approach, and much more in his numerous articles on HMMR Media. On last week's GAINcast 209, Nick also shared an example of how he utilizes a variation of the 1x20 program for his basketball players.