Don't Be a Pig: Rethinking Training Practice for the Antifragile Athlete

by Greg Myer, PhD, CSCS,*D, FACSM
July 2016

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The framework of the athlete system is fragile, and thus susceptible to the “black swan” injury event. In this session from the 2016 NSCA National Conference, Greg Myer explains how to develop a training model focused on anti-fragility, by which athletes train to continuously regenerate and increase performance through the integration of random events, stressors, and volatility into their training regimen.

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