In TAD 0-13 we believe in education first. We are a school focused on different aspects of the art of coaching and program design. We teach how to apply those elements in the strength conditioning field, to form a unique layout of knowledge and information. The ” EDUCATIONAL LAB ” main goal is to teach the future coaches how to quickly and safely design and use the pre-built TAD 0-13 protocols ( at the end of the certifications, the new instructors will be added to a privet network where he will find a showcase with ore the 200 videos and 5 road book with protocols for GPP and specific periodization ) in order to achieve individual or team goals. He will learn how to design training that can be adapted based on sport-specific needs or occupational requirements. TAD 0-13 protocols have been intelligently built to be fully accessible at all levels. Anyone can approach it, from the untrained person just starting out, through to highly fit operators needing an advanced challenge.
What is your mission in life or training? It is a very difficult question to ask yourself… And many still haven’t figured it out yet even at ’40s ’50s!
About your mission in training? This is the first question I ask every time someone approaches me willing to learn TSJJ or they approach me in TAD 0-13.
Do you know your “WHY?” It is amazing how often people cannot answer it. That is a question that someone asked me every morning years ago… Before and after each training session.
If you are not clear what your WHY (or mission) is, you probably have no clue how to properly equip, train, and prepare yourself. For many, it may sound complicated or simple. My coaching and teaching experiences show me that 99% of the people I met and taught, cannot answer it or they get it completely wrong.
The first realization about training program design is that each action, technical aspect that you learn, every single drill you do, must consider and adhere to your WHY and it’s objective. Once you have clearly defined and understand what you are likely, willing, or allowed (if sport or work specific) to do in a fight, event, or work specific, we can begin to build the skills, techniques, and procedures that will improve the chances to be victorious or successful.