The Hybrid Athlete

We are proud to announce that Alex Viada from Complete Human Performance is coming back to Revolution Personal Training.

After an amazing experience completing the Level 1 course here in April 2016 we are proud to announce that Alex Viada will return to run both a Level 1 & Level 2 Hybrid Athlete certification course here at RevoPT direct from the US.

RevoPT will be the only host destination outside of the U.S. and Ireland that will be running this course in 2017.

The course will be run between the 31st of March and the 2nd of April 2017.

We will be running a one day intensive Level 1 course on Friday the 31st of March and a full two day Level 2 course on Saturday the 1st of April and Sunday the 2nd of April 2017.

These will be full days from 9:00am through until 5:00pm with a small practical component and be held here at Revolution Personal Training: 17A Market Street, South Melbourne.

About the presenter:

Alex Viada is an NSCA Certified Strength and Conditioning Specialist and USA Triathlon Coach, and is the founder and co-owner of Complete Human Performance. He has over thirteen years of coaching and personal training experience with athletes of all ages and levels; he specializes in training powerlifters, triathletes, strongman competitors, CrossFit competitors and military athletes.

This is a rare opportunity to attend this certification course face to face with Alex and we would love for you to attend.

Places are extremely limited for this opportunity so we encourage you to reserve your place as soon as possible to avoid disappointment.

You can find a full run down of the three days below

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Level 1 Course Run Down:

What is Hybrid Training

Understanding and Programming Concurrent Strength and Endurance Training

The course material is targeted towards both coaches and athletes, designed to give them the knowledge to train and function as a hybrid athlete.

This includes physiology, nutrition, biomechanics, special considerations (psychological and physical) of crossover athletes, and special attention paid to sports that are hybrid in nature.

Cardiopulmonary and musculoskeletal adaptations: resistance training versus endurance/conditioning, essential principles of recovery

Defining specific vs general work capacity
Energy systems management and training

Nutrition for the athlete, including game day nutrition, carb loading, and hydration

Supplementation for the multi-sport athlete

Endurance training for the strength athlete

Teaching the run, including gait analysis and injury prevention

Strength training for the endurance athlete - biomechanics and psychological considerations

Movement Analysis (stressor breakdown) and carryover

Sample Programming and Programming For Your Athletes

Level 2 Course Run Down

-Day 1

Recap of Level 1 Information

Adaptation & Deterioration concerns with each athletic arena

This segment will be focused on rate of adaptation and rate of deterioration for different performance metrics. Including; sport skill, aerobic conditioning, explosive power, and others.

Observed upper performance limits with respect to:

- Athletic Background

- Training Age

- Body Type

This segment will be focused on the observed limits of performance and adaptation of various predictive measures. Including; VDOT & pacing charts, power to weight ratios, and Wilks scores for crossover and concurrent athletes.


This segment will cover standard and nonstandard recovery methods. This will include mental and psychological recovery.

-Day 2

Yearly periodisation and program design

The most comprehensive overview of short and long-term programming we can offer.

Assessing & Reassessing Strategies

How to measure initial athlete qualities and reassess strategies

Hybrid Case Studies

An interactive discussion of several real life case studies of notable concurrent athletes.

Sports Psychology

With Jonathan Pietrunti, remote lecture and Q&A

Open Q&A




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