HIFT for In-Season Training
In recent years, there's been a tidal wave of research and training methodologies to help athletes perform their best. There's never been so much information to get bigger, faster, and [...]
Get A Leg Up On Your Recovery
The legs-up-a-wall pose is a worthwhile addition to your training sessions and recovery practices. For being so simple its benefits are superabundant. The pose helps to reverse the actions that [...]
Progression Does Not Require Complexity
In our constant efforts to find the next great training hack or trick that might elevate our performance, it can be easy for us to mistake complexity for progress. In [...]
Coaching: Know Your Role
Coaching at the amateur level can be a challenging proposition, made even more difficult depending on the country, experience level, and sport in which you work. Outside of the most [...]
Implementing Strength and Conditioning into an Amateur Athletics Program
It can be challenging to be a sport-specific coach in amateur athletics. Parents and athletes sign up with you, expecting that for the single coaching fee – specifically for your [...]
11 Questions Every Athlete Should Ask Their Strength Coach
Use these eleven questions as guidelines for what to look for in your hiring process, or for a way to make sure your current trainer is truly right for you.
5 Strength Training Mistakes Too Many Athletes Make
here are five incorrect ideas that many athletes have about training, which we can clear up starting today.
Why It’s Better for Young Athletes to Lift ‘Too Light’ Rather Than ‘Too Heavy’
By utilizing the following three simple principles with your young athletes, we’ll develop the athletes we desire, boost on-field performance and reduce injury risk.
How to Improve Female Athlete Participation in the Weight Room
Even though teenage girls may be motivated differently than teenage boys and may not have as strong of an urge to get in the weight room, these initial reservations can be overcome.