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Andy Haley

Andy Haley

Andy Haley is an Associate Content Director at STACK Media. A certified strength and conditioning specialist (CSCS), he received his bachelor’s degree in exercise science from Miami University (Oxford, Ohio), where he conducted research on resistance training and physical activity for the American College of Sports Medicine. Born and raised outside of Boston, Haley played hockey at the collegiate club level, and he currently plays tennis.

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2014 Summer Training Guide: Track

2014 Summer Training Guide: Track

Program by Patrick Beith, speed coach and co-founder of Athlete’s Acceleration in North Attleboro, Massachusetts. What Matters Now Most speed drills are designed to maximize stride power,...

By: Andy Haley

2014 Summer Training Guide: Football

2014 Summer Training Guide: Football

Football summer training program by Ron McKeefery, formerly of the Cincinnati Bengals and the University of Tennessee, current head football strength coach at Eastern Michigan...

By: Andy Haley

2014 Summer Training Guide: Baseball

2014 Summer Training Guide: Baseball

Summer baseball workout program by Joe Kessler, strength and conditioning coach for the Cleveland Indians. What Matters Now Even if you’re playing summer ball, you can’t slack...

By: Andy Haley

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