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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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Frontal Plane Exercises By: Dr. Evan Osar Introduction If you coach speed or agility you will undoubtedly encounter athletes that demonstrate frontal plane instability …

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Speed Secrets By:  Travis Hansen Now I’m well aware that many will be skeptical when first seeing the title of this article, but please …

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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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Get Out Of The Gym For New Strength By:  Josh Henkin   Strength is made in the gym right? We have built some pretty …

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Help Young Athletes Stay Mentally Strong During Recovery By: Melissa Lambert   Any young athlete who has experienced injury knows what it’s like to …

Speed Training Checklist for Success
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Speed Training Checklist for Success By: Lee Taft   As coaches we develop habits and daily rituals that often direct our day to day …

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The Rhythm of Speed While there are many elements to developing sound speed in young athletes, one of the most crucial is rhythm. Rhythm …

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Shaping of Speed Through Technique  Of the many misconceptions and myths regarding speed and speed training, perhaps none is more concerning than the notion …

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Shaping of Speed Through Technique Many articles, books and information products discuss the development of speed from its physiological perspective of biomotor enhancement. How …

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Youth Speed Training Acceleration Athletes in any sport, need to be able to accelerate as quickly as possible to get to the ball or …

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Coaches – Do You Raise Your Hand? By: Coach Zach Even-esh When I began pursuing my career as a Strength Coach I was also a …

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Should Sprinting and Jumping Athletes Use Plyometrics? By Keats Snideman, CSCS, LMT What Are Plyometrics? Probably one of the most commonly used (and abused) …

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Vertical Jump Training: how to explode to the next level By: Michael Harper   Why is the vertical jump test seen as such an …

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Chains and Bands for Explosive Power By: Darryn Fiske The next big thing in weight training today seems to be the use of chains …

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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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Soccer Speed – How Fast Can You Stop? By: Jeremy Boone Speed is arguably the most desired quality in soccer. In fact, many coaches determine …

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