Bill Rom

5 Keys to Lacrosse Speed Training

Of all of the major sports in this country, none move at the quickness and in as many directions as Lacrosse. While basketball is similar, the movements...

How to Get in Shape Properly for Any Sport

"You have to get into game shape" If you are an athlete or coach, you have heard or said this about at some time in your career. It's a valid statement,...

Design Your Own High School Strength and Conditioning Program

Back in my high school days our football coach had a pretty solid strength and conditioning program. Kids lifted, got stronger, and we had a pretty good...

4 Exercises to Build True Lacrosse Power

What do you get when you mix a forward in soccer, with the dynamic movement of a running back and the ballistic actions of a homerun king? You get an...

Lift Less and Get Stronger With Compensatory Acceleration Training

The balancing act in strength training is providing enough of a stimulus for growth while at the same time, leaving enough in the tank in order to...

Turning Up the Heat: Summer Training Survival Guide

With summer training approaching it is important to understand how to protect your body from exposure to outside elements. Not only can increased heat...

Reactive Agility: The Next Big Thing in Speed Training

In most speed training articles athletes are given step by step ideas for drills to execute in order to become faster and more agile. In sports however,...

Essentials of Spring Football Training

As we enter the spring, college and high school athletes around the country will begin taking part in spring football training. Teams hit the weight...

How Much Strength Is Enough?

One of the biggest challenges that athletes and coaches face is determining exactly how much strength is essential and appropriate for the sports that...

Complete Off-Season Baseball Workout, Part 3: Power

In the first two parts of this series we looked at the primary workouts you will do to get ready for the season. Now, we will look at baseball power...

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