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Program Design

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How does a strength coach train for performance without having ever played the sport? Using Sound Strength & Conditioning Principles for the Lacrosse Athlete: By: …

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Box Jumps: Higher the Better? By: Lauren Green                     I think I am what some might consider to be old school. I am …

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Training others to Coach Weightlifting Movements By: Coach Wil Fleming   Recently I was accused of being under the influence of the cognitive bias …

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Hill Acceleration Training By: Lee Taft   Throughout the course of coaching athletes to be faster all coaches use the fancy drills, fancy equipment, and …

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The strength and conditioning world is changing right before our eyes. Because this is still a relatively new field, we’re seeing major advancements on …

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By Mike Robertson Over my 15 years as a physical preparation coach, I’ve made more than my fair share of mistakes. Whether it was …

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Off- Season Training By: Andy McCloy This was the 5th off-season in a row I have had the fortune of getting to work with …

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SMR for the Proximal Adductor By:  Eric Cressey   So simple, yet so useful. Work on the proximal adductors is really important self-myofascial release …

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Lower- Body Excercises By: Eric Cressey Coaches and players commonly express concerns about in-season strength training programs because they’re worried that certain exercises might …

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Overcoming the Strength Plateau By: Mickey Marotti, MS.MA.,C.S.C.S. One of the most frequent questions that a strength coach, trainer, or specialist will get is, …

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Adapting Training Based on CNS Intensive Training By: Michael Boyle In March of 2007 I wrote an article for discussing the concept of Central Nervous …

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Keys to Developing Maximal Strength and Power We often discuss the five biomotor skills (speed, strength, flexibility, endurance, coordination) when discussing the fundamentals of …

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The Use of Resistive Bands for Hip Mobility Warm-ups By: Andy Ford BS CSCS In getting my athletes ready for a sports speed workout, …

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Accommodating Resistance & Accentuation for Increased Power By Jason Shea, C.S.C.S, PES ACCOMMODATE: [uh-kom-uh-deyt] to make suitable or consistent; adapt: to become adjusted or adapted. In the …

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Why You Need to Develop Speed Reserve By: Zach Even-Esh The Quest for Speeeeeed! There are many ways to improve the speed of an athlete, …

A Unique Approach to In-Season Training for Lacrosse
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A Unique Approach to In-Season Training for Lacrosse By: Corey Crane A proper in-season strength and conditioning plan has multiple dimensions. It is the …

A 12-Week Progressive Power, Speed, Agility and Conditioning Program for Lacrosse
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A 12-Week Progressive Power, Speed, Agility & Conditioning Program for Lacrosse By: Corey Crane Lacrosse is the fastest growing sport for youth, high school, …

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Testing for Soccer By Patrick Beith Creating a periodization program for the upcoming soccer season takes a lot of time and effort. Hours are …

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Running Drills for Acceleration  By: Patrick Beith   Being able to accelerate quickly and powerfully is probably the most important skill that needs to …

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      150,000 ACL injuries occur each year in the US. Most are in female athletes.     Yup Tiger Woods. Why? Because …

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