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Rebecca Toutant presents on tips for students long-term nutritional success! Check out the full webinar and slides to learn more. PLT4M Nutrition Slide Deck
Description: Serving as a multi-functional approach to on-ramping athletes into performance training, the GPP (“General Physical Preparedness”) & Transition Program can be an useful tool for athletes of all experience levels. Through 20 guided training sessions, we have a complete progressiona...
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Here are some tips for understanding the student view of PLT4M. Confirm what your students see in their PLT4M accounts, and better equip yourself to answer students questions. And if you’re feeling crazy—complete the workouts alongside your students!
There are certain PLT4M programs that utilize percentages to automate prescribed workloads on an individual basis for students and athletes. This article outlines which programs use percentages, and which maxes need to be recorded. Which maxes are used to calculate weights for students? The SquatThe...
Not sure which program to do next? We're here to help! Join Director of Performance, Sam Breslin, as we discuss the ideal PLT4M program progression, and considerations to help you map out your Phys Ed curriculum.
PLT4M has been proud to share the stories, experiences, and insights of teachers and coaches across the country.Our profession and community benefits most when we share, collaborate, and advocate!No matter how big or small, we encourage you to share in some way! It could be in the form of our podcas...
Do you or can you develop sport specific programs?
I have looked at the remote learning tips and it show that I should be able to see the actual time, but it is not there when I go into log history. Any help would be greatly appreciated. Thanks Chad
What happens when a students training gets interrupted? This video demonstrates how students can use the "Pause" button while logging a workout, ad how a Paused workout appears in their log history.
I have a student with a traumatic brain injury that asked if there was a transcript for the videos/podcasts because they have a hard time focusing when watching/listening to the video/podcast for the EDU assignments. Is that something that is available? Thanks!
Students have logged in and created accounts. I’m looking at the Administrator -User - Student - section and all of my students have added me to their group. Some of their “status” shows “unactivated”. Is there something I need to do to activate them? Is there a step they missed to activate. Ot...
Once students have completed a lesson, how do i find results in a spread sheet format?
Typically, I have my kids spotting the Bench Press. Should I also teach them how to spot the back squat?
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