Kelvin King, Jr. currently serves as a Strength and Conditioning Coach. He earned his B.S. Degree in Exercise Science from Norfolk State University and his M.P.A in Public Administration from Bowie State University. He has 10+ years of experience training athletes ranging from high schoolers to pros. He was the first Strength and Conditioning Coach at Washington Bible College, as well as the first Strength and Conditioning coach for the D.C. Breeze.
All too often, athletes ignore lateral movement in their training. Why? Well, with literally thousands of exercises and drills at their disposal, athletes often ignore lateral movements for other, more [...]
Every athlete must learn how to stabilize and brace their core to limit injuries and maximize movement. When functioning properly, muscles like the rectus abdominis, external oblique, internal oblique, transverse [...]
Having the right exercises in your program will increase your overall performance. That's a fact. When performing any explosive movement, power and speed are necessary, especially when performing a movement [...]