N1 Education - Courses
Biomechanics & Execution
Every workout is only as good as the reps its made of. Learn how to maximize the benefit and safety of every rep for every muscle. Understand how to individualize exercises for different body types and goals. Learn how a greater understanding of biomechanics and execution can increase the effectivenss of your programs, and the effeciency of your program writing. No one teaches biomechanics with the accuracy and application that N1 does. Train smarter and harder!
Nutrition & Program Design For Trainability
No training or nutrition program can truly be effective without the support of the other. We teach how to choose the approriate training and nutrition strategies for every individual. Learn how to become more precise with the stress and stimulus of your workout programs so you can make inteligent decisions about nutrition, supplementation, and lifestyle interventions to maximize recovery and results. Undulating periodization is a gross over generalization of program design. Learn a variety of stimulus for metabolic (fat loss & condititioning), neurological (strength), and hypertrophy (muscle buidling) stimulus and the best way to fuel the performance and recovery for each one.
Assessing & Optimizing Sleep Digestion, and Stress Management for Trainability
Think beyond the goal, and down to what type of stimulus a person will benefit most at this specific moment in their life, and periodization. At any given moment there is a best program for an individual, and this course will allow you to apply your program design knowledge effeciently. Learn a detailed assessment for trainability, stress, sleep, and gut health. Understand how your training programs and periodization are a huge part of the intervetions to improve a persons health and recovery.
Been wanting to use more eastern medicine concepts but not sure if it’s bull$h!t or how to do it? Finally a course that demystifies eastern medicine and puts it in the hands of coaches developed by someone with a background in both.
Progressive Overload and Volume
Tonnage moved is an extremely poor metric for estimating volume of work. This course focuses on understanding the factors that affect training volume. Specifically volume of the training stimulus. We'll go through everything from theory to practical application and regulation of training volume.