Weebly is great

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    • Weebly is great

      I love technology.

      I am a throws coach and have recently been trying to market myself for individual sessions and coach some of the local talent to be better both in the weight room and in the circle.

      I did get my degree in Computer Science and I would've made a website from scratch, but my friend told me about weebly and guys, this website maker is so smooth and easy, I made a relatively detailed website in only 2 hours! This is fantastic.

      I recommend anyone that wants to do specific training plans or anything like that at all to at least check it out. It's very easy.

      If anyone wants to see what I did, shoot me a PM.

      Thanks all!
      Angus
    • Hey Thomas,

      The training plans are general right now, due to varying types of athletes that could come up I didn't want to go too far into detail without knowing what the athlete requesting my service would want.

      Some factors would be injuries, time constraints, level of experience both in the weight room and athletically, etc.

      I can shoot you an email with a phase of what I'm doing with an advanced athlete, it's not 100% complete, but it'll give you an idea.

      My idea is that someone without a coach that knows anything about strength and conditioning can still get a solid program from someone who knows what's going on.

      Another thing I'm doing is from basic, to advanced in terms of the types of exercises, jumps, workouts they will be doing.

      For example, with a beginner I would build someone up in their bench, squat, and deadlift and improving their overall strength before throwing isometric exercises at them. But again, this would all depend on the athlete asking for the program.