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Law of Accommodation

One of the most important aspects of programming is understanding the Law of Accommodation

The Law of Accommodation states that response to stimulus decreases over time

Once the brain is no longer being challenged, it fails to adapt

This is why a program must be constantly evolving-nothing can be stagnant or repetitious

One of the ways we address the Law of Accommodation is by rotating bars

Different bars provide:

  • varied volumes in the periodization plan

  • different stimulus

  • stress muscle tissue in varied ways, building greater durability and injury prevention

  • addresses specific athlete needs

  • addresses specific athlete weak points

There are many variables to manipulate in an athletes program: understanding the Law of Accommodation is one of the most critical for achieving results!



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