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9.25.2015
Manual Training: Knowing The Rules Brings Results
The athlete should know the rules of manual resistance as well as the coach does to achieve optimal strength gains. 1). Each athlete must know
7.2.2015
Sleep, Knees And Spine
The most common form of arthritis is osteoarthritis. Over time the protective cartilage on the ends of the bones begins to wear. All joints
6.14.2015
Sprint Running Form
Running at top speed is complex and requires teaching, education, coaching and practice. Showing a film, having a slide presentation, a demonstration, handouts and
5.13.2015
Kinesthetics And Shuttle Running
Kinesthetics is our ability to feel the sensations of our movements and the awareness of where our body is in space.  Having a kinesthetic
4.20.2015
Manual Training
Manual Resistance is an important consideration in designing a structured exercise program. Manual training affords for hands on evaluation by a coach of an athletes
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
3.4.2015
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
1.25.2015
Maintaining The Fundamental Football Position
Limestone College located in Gaffney, South Carolina added football as the department’s 25th sport. The Saints started competition this past Fall. Curt Lamb, Assistant
11.20.2014
Sport And Speed Institute
Justin Kavanaugh specializes in sports performance training. He is the managing partner of The Sport and Speed Institute located in Chantilly, Virginia.  The athletes