Raymond Tucker, CSCS, a Level 1 Track Coach certified by the United States Track and Field Association and Level 1 FMS certified by Functional Movement Systems, holds a doctorate in sports management, with honors, from the United States Sports Academy. He is currently employed as a speed development coordinator and strength & conditioning coach. He has published several articles relating to speed and strength training and has been a presenter at Frank Glacier Football Clinics. He was a strength and conditioning coach at Coffeyville Community College, and he interned at Texas Lutheran College under Coach Tom Mueller. A former junior European Karate champion, Tucker was also a competitive, drug-free powerlifter.
Having trouble shaving time off your 100- or 200-meter sprints? Try the following track workout. It will improve each component of your speed—acceleration, mobility, stride length and stride frequency. For [...]
Push-Ups are one of best exercises for developing chest strength. I especially recommend them for female athletes because they also tone the shoulders, triceps and core. Beginner Variation: Kneeling Push-Ups [...]