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#Bitesize - How to programme isometric training with athletes with Alex Natera

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Alex featured on episode #267 of the Pacey Performance Podcast. This #bitesize episode takes a great clip from that episode where Alex discusses -

  • What are the benefits of isometric training
  • What are the various types of isometric training
  • How can we programme isometrics with athletes

Check out the full episode with Alex here - https://www.sportsmith.co/listen/pacey-performance-podcast-267-alex-natera/

This episode is supported by RockDaisy, the only FREE AMS on the market. AMS Lite features reporting capabilities, questionnaires and forms, alerts and communication, data sharing, data visualisation and calendar views.

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