Charley Gould, CSCS, is a former professional baseball player and highly sought-after strength and conditioning coach who works with 100+ athletes, including an elite NCAA clientele and professional baseball players. He specializes in helping all individuals look, feel, and perform like elite athletes. Charley is the head of sports performance at Universal Athletic Club in Lancaster, PA, and writes articles for T-Nation and his website.
To develop well-rounded strength and athleticism, taking a multi-faceted approach to training that includes both strength and plyometric work is pivotal. That being said, doing so isn’t as simple as [...]
Since sprinting is the most dynamic activity that the human body can perform, this makes the split stance rotational medicine ball slam extremely applicable related to the violent nature of the sprinting motion.
Despite its reputation as being risky and non-specific to sport, here are three reasons why non-track athletes should incorporate top speed sprinting into their training. There is no denying that [...]