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4.12.2015
Transition – There Is No Off-season
Gabe Harrington has a Masters degree from Michigan State University. He has coached at MSU, the United States Military Academy and most recently was
4.8.2015
Add The Hip Press To Your Squat Routine
Coaches spend countless hours instructing their athletes to achieve a required form in the barbell squat. To progressively overload it necessitates each repetition be
4.2.2015
Strength Training And Rapid Force Development
The Journal, Clinical Physiology and Functional Imaging, covers clinical and experimental research pertinent to human physiology in health and disease and reviews recent ‘front-line studies’.   Not long-ago researchers
3.25.2015
Weight, Coaching And Management
Mike Gittleson was the Director of Strength & Conditioning at the University of Michigan for 30 years and was a part of 15 Football
3.21.2015
Quick Snap
To optimize speed and accuracy of motor behavior coaches prepare the athlete by teaching the type of movement that must be made and when
3.16.2015
Illinois Strength
Aaron Hillman, the Head Strength and Conditioning Coach at the University of Illinois has a vast experience in strength and conditioning, he has coached
3.13.2015
Neck Fatigue And Balance
Neck muscle fatigue produces abnormal sensory input to the central nervous system and affects our postural control, we use our vision to overcome these
3.11.2015
Seton Hall Strength Training
When studying film you learn many things about the game. Jason Nehring Strength and Conditioning Coach at Seton Hall saw something on the opponents
3.4.2015
Training On And Off The Pendulum Seated Squat
Not having an imbalance of muscular strength between an individuals right and left limb is important. Playing ones sport often causes asymmetric changes as