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Q&A With Dr. Joel Seedman: How to Develop Your Own Training System

This article is Part 2 of a transcript of an interview with expert strength and conditioning coach, Dr. Joel Seedman of Advanced Human Performance. The...

Q&A With Dr. Joel Seedman: How to Learn and Evolve as a Strength Coach

Dr. Joel Seedman is considered to be an expert in the field of strength and conditioning (S&C) coaching. Dr. Seedman has over 13 years of personal and...

Power Clean Form 101: Perfect Your Form and Build Power

The Power Clean is an explosive full-body exercise that can help any athlete in any sport–if it's performed correctly. But this exercise—like all ...

3 Steps Coaches Must Take Before Adding New Technology to the Weight Room

Sports science technology products aimed at the strength and conditioning professional are becoming much more available and affordable, but how do you...

How to Get Faster With Mini-Hurdle Drills

Mini-hurdle drills are one of the best tools for getting faster and more explosive. That is if they're done right. Too often athletes will do mini-...

How to Better Handle Criticism From Teammates and Coaches

Early in the 2016 Florida State University football season, starting quarterback Sean Maguire was sidelined with an injury and was replaced by redshirt...

9 Signs You're a Great Sports Parent

Nine Signs You're the Perfect Sports Parent With obesity on the rise in this video game generation, how do we get kids interested in sport? We've all...

5 Ways to Make Your Offseason More Productive Besides Working Out

Beyond the Weight Room: Tips for Outperforming Next Season's Opponents By Jim Carpentier, CSCS As the school year ends, it's never too soon to formulate...

4 Things Every Sports Parent Should Do After a Game

Parenting an athlete. Sounds fun and simple, right? Just get them to practice on time, eat well, sleep enough, and cheer them on from the stands....

8 Ways to Become a Better Basketball Player

Whether you're the best player on your team or you hold down a spot at the end of the bench, you always have room for improvement. Elite players like ...

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