Member Since: 1/1/01
Year's ago, Krik approached me about creating an F.A.Q. for the S&C Forum. I got together with several coaches and put something together. Along the way the project was lost or forgotten. I've had it in my archives for a long time.
I thought I would leave this here as my last official post on the S&C Forum.
S&C Forum FAQ
Before you proceed it is important to understand that there is no single, perfect, strength and conditioning or nutritional protocol which works for all people all of the time. Individual genetic limitations and abilities, needs, goals, and preferences as well as environmental influences all have a bearing on the ultimate efficacy of any given training and nutrition regimen.
Some personal experimentation as well as accurate record keeping will enhance your ability to create the overall combined strategy that works best for you or the athletes you train. When in doubt, seeking the aid and advice of a qualified sports performance professional, is always a good choice.
When exploring the S&C F-A-Q keep in mind that there are numerous theories floating around the Strength Training and Conditioning community. As with any resource, explore with an open mind. Before you disagree with a certain approach, explore it thoroughly for yourself. If you have discovered or developed an approach that you feel is effective for you, then congratulations. Keep up the good work. Please do not waste time debating with us about matters of minutia.
Care has been taken to confirm the accuracy of the information contained in this F-A-Q. The author, contributors, editor and the publisher, however cannot accept responsibility for errors or omissions in the F-A-Q, and make no warranty, express or implied, with respect to its contents.
We would like to acknowledge the following individuals who were gracious enough to offer help and input with the creation of this FAQ.
Wayne “SCRAPPER Fischer www.trainforstrength.com
Coach Jamie Hale www.maxcondition.com
Coach Jason C. Brown www.combat-sports-conditioning.com
And finally a special thanks to Coach Tom Kelso for allowing us to freely access the quality information he provides through his web-site www.tomkelso.com