Theta Alpha Delta 0 -13

In TAD 0-13 we believe in education first. We are a school focused on different aspects of the art of coaching and program design. We teach how to apply those elements in the strength conditioning field, to form a unique layout of knowledge and information.

The ” EDUCATIONAL LAB ”  main goal is to teach the future coaches how to quickly and safely design and use the pre-built TAD 0-13 protocols ( at the end of the certifications, the new instructors will be added to a privet network where he will find a showcase with ore the 200 videos and 5 road book with protocols for GPP and specific periodization ) in order to achieve individual or team goals. He will learn how to design training that can be adapted based on sport-specific needs or occupational requirements.

TAD 0-13  protocols have been intelligently built to be fully accessible at all levels. Anyone can approach it, from the untrained person just starting out, through to highly fit operators needing an advanced challenge.

We use different tools like barbells, Clubs, kettlebells and body-weight exercises, selected to stimulate variability, giving ideal neural activity and muscular adaptation. The user is taught how to train and maintain good health in any place, even without a fully equipped gym.
We also educate the subject to investigate, then remove, excess tension, or other sources of restricting force that inhibit performance. This is achieved using mobility drills, correct breathing, and an understanding of brain wave optimization during the effort.
The training works right through to the “release” and recovery phases so that hormonal levels will gently return to an ideal state, allowing strength and performance to be improved.

Online Lectures

The new format is built around 4 online sessions. Lectures will be held by a team of highly qualified coaches coming from partner schools and for the TAD 0-13 Technical Lab.  Approx 20 hours online. This new format will give the future TAD 0-13 instructor a deep inside of the “Educational Lab” give an opportunity to come to the live seminar with a more understanding of the certification’s manual and be more prepared for the physical and written exam.

During the 2 days live session, we’ll undergo physical applications and physical exams.

A final written exam must be submitted within 30 days after the live session in order to be approved and added to the TAD 0-13 e-learning platform

TAD 0-13 Certification requisites.

Day 1

Test Strength/technique 

In TAD 0-13 we strongly support the high-quality standards proper of SFG & SFL school. For this reason, we suggest using their technical parameters to prepare for our test. TAD 0-13 we are not focused on teaching barbells techniques, we are building coaches and teach how to program a strength or conditioning cycle or a session and analyze which tools are better to achieve the goal. We also know how important for a strength conditioning coach is to have a basic understanding of the fundamental lifts.

Exercises and components can be found in the video below, but we strongly suggest investing in a few hours of studying with a qualified instructor.

Deadlift: the student must execute 1-2 reps with technique

  • Man BW x 1,5
  • Over 50 X 1,3
  • Woman Bw X 1,3
  • Over 50 X 1,1

Military press: the student must execute three reps with technique

  • Man 0,67 x BW rounded up to 2,5 kg / 5 lb
  • Over 50 o,5 x BW rounded up to 2,5 kg / 5 lb
  • Woman 0,5 x BW rounded up to 2,5 kg / 5 lb
  • Over 50 0,3 x BW rounded up to 2,5 kg / 5 lb

Back squat (low bar or high bar): the student must execute three reps with technique.

  • Man body weight rounded up to 2.5 kg or 5lb
  • Over 50 0,9 x BW
  • Woman 0,75 x BW
  • Over 50 0,67 x BW

Pull-up hollow body: The student is allowed to reset his her grip every rep for a max recovery time of 10”, must clear the bar with the chin.

  • Man: 10 reps
  • Over 50: 8 Reps
  • Woman: 8 reps
  • Over 50: 5 reps

Ring or bar dips: Student must achieve a stable, hollow body and fully extend and lock the arm at the end of the press.

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  • Man: 10 reps
  • Over 50: 8 reps
  • Woman: 8 reps
  • Over 50: 5 reps

Exercises and components can be found in the attached link, but we strongly suggest investing in a few hours of studying with a qualified instructor.

Day 2

Bodyweight & CluStrength tests

  • 90/30 protocol x 1 round

The student must perform all 90 seconds of work without rest, must be able to go through regression and progression to show knowledge of the different techniques and breathing control.

TAD 0-13 90/30 x 5 x 1 Certification’s requisites.

Twisting Pull plank extended:

Plank push up rotation:

Quadrupedal press switch:

Ground compression:

Tac-Get up :

Club-Strength test.

The student must complete the test in a max CAP time of 18.’

The test is valid only with the use of 2 pairs of Clubbell.

Exercises and components can be found at this video but we reinforce to invest in few hours of studying with a qualified instructor.

  • Man 7 kg or 15 lb
  • Woman 5 kg or 10 lb
  • 50 swing
  • 10 reps clean to order
  • 10 reps double front cast
  • 10/10 reps double side swing
  • 10 reps front double swipes

NOTE: Due to the COVID situation and legislations, you must bring a valid medical evaluation paper that proves you can sustain sports activities. Bring a mask to wear anytime you are not involved in the physical work. Bring a bag to store all your belongings and a pair of shoes to use in the gym only. You will be required to check fiver and file a COVID format with all your details before proceeding into the training facility.

Testing Exemption

In a rare case, a highly accomplished national or international coach or a student may be exempt from the physical tests due to a chronic injury. The exemption will be approved by the HQ on a case by case basis. Requests for exemptions must be sent by email prior to the event.




Online Lectures : TBT


Live session : MAY 2022

Online private sessions  available on demand .

Language  options: Spanish, Portuguese, English, Russian, Korean & Arabic.

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