Weight Room Equipment | Bigger Faster Stronger

This month's issue includes a number of great stories - our Athlete Of The Year, Athletic Strength Training for Boxing and Keeping Track of Success. This excerpt explains how BFS is moving forward and giving Coaches all the tools they need to run the BFS Total Program in a modern weight room! Download the Full Magazine Here

With the advancement of technology and the push for integrated PE program, BFS set about developing an app for the BFS Set/Rep Log Book. Because the app is based on the web, BFS offers this software across any device or operating system with a web browser.
The BFS Set/Rep Logbook App keeps the simplicity of our Set-Rep Log Books while providing the management functions and portability of a phone app. Predefined weekly schedules are included with core and auxiliary lifts for all major high school sports.You can also customize your weekly schedule using any lift on any day, add any lifts you want from hundreds of included exercises.
Coaches or administrators will love this app, they can see the data on their teams and athletes at a glance. Data includes scores, records, and trends for athlete or team. Athletes enter their scores on their phone or tablet and see how many records they've broken.  
Just like our Set-Rep Log Book, the app (supervised by the coaches) guides each athlete in which lifts to do, and how many sets and reps to do each week. The weight lifted for each set is determined by the individual athlete based on their past performance for that lift.  
The BFS Set/Rep App keeps the simplicity of our Set-Rep Log Books while providing the management functions and portability of a phone app.
The BFS Total Program enables every athlete to make personal records, often several personal records, every single workout – even in-season. Whether you decide to use BFS Logbooks, the Beat the Computer Pro, or the BFS Set/Rep Logbook App, you now how the tools to set goals and achieve success.... Download the Full Magazine Here

Written by Steve Kinslow — February 23, 2016

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