Return To Training

Returning to Training

How to Get Back to Your Best Post Lockdown

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Lockdown has taken a toll on many of us, our routines have been drastically changed and with it our ability to train or train in the way we did prior to the introductions of restrictions.

The good news is that there is now light at the end of the tunnel and we’re now days/weeks from starting to return to some sort of normality.

In this return to training webinar, Precision Athletica Performance Coach Sam Drummond provided some invaluable advice and tips to help you get the most out of your return to training and competition. No matter your age or training level, Sam explained how to:

  • Navigating the risks of ramping up too quickly
  • How to safely build load back into your training
  • Tips to reform effective training habits
  • Example training progressions
  • Q&A to help you specifically

DATE HELD: Wednesday, 6th October 2021

DURATION: 35 minutes

Sam Drummond Performance Coach

Sam Drummond – Performance Coach

A lifelong sports fan, Sam has always had a keen involvement in sport, whether through his own participation in competition, or through facilitating the physical preparation of others.

With a passion for improving attributes that allow the full expression of an athlete’s skill, Sam has carved out a career that has seen him work with athletes of all levels. Taking a long-term athletic development approach with his athletes, he ensures that improvements are sustainable and allow continual development throughout one’s career. This includes strength, power, speed and motor control.

While the physiological benefits of physical preparation are clear, Sam is also a firm believer in the profound effects purposeful training can have on one’s personal development. With the goal of becoming better every day, Sam believes that those he works with will not only become better athletes, but better humans.