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Strength and Power Training

Exercises Required to Provide Power
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Exercises Required to Provide Power When training speed, the glutes and hamstrings are the primary muscles used to generate the force and power required …

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General Strength (GS) Circuits General strength circuits are usually bodyweight exercises that involve no external loading. General Strength work will help maintain healthy joint …

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Speed & Power Workout By: Patrick Beith Speed and Power are the bread and butter of most sports. There are so many get quick …

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General strength circuits are usually bodyweight exercises that involve no external loading. General Strength work will help maintain healthy joint and soft tissue strength, …

Speed & Power Workout
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By Patrick Beith Speed and Power are the bread and butter of most sports. There are so many get quick 'quick' schemes out there …

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By Jason Ferruggia We all know that conditioning can make or break an MMA competitor and be the determining factor in any fight. If …

True “Functional” Training for Lacrosse
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True "Functional" Training for Lacrosse By: Brian Yeager The term "functional" training has become a very trendy method of training over the last few …

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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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Off-Season Training For Baseball… Whats your Plan? By: Dana Cavalea What program should I use during the off-season to help me throw harder and …

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Keys to Developing Football Players By: Jason Hadeed The science of off-season training has evolved dramatically since the thought of even training for sport …

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Shoulder Strength and Stability for All Athletes By Dustin A. Hada   There is a great need for strength and stability in the shoulder …

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Body Weight Circuits Bodyweight circuits are an excellent training method to use with your entire team. This type of training provides a number of …

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Kettlebells for Strength Endurance By: Jason C. Brown Most sporting events revolve around your ability to create explosive movements over an extended period of time. …

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Sleds Training for Acceleration Development – Part I By: Bruce Kelly When it comes to sprinters and hurdlers, and power athletes in general, they …

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Athletes are built from the inside out Your core, pelvis and hips are the centerpiece of your athletic development. Chances are if you want …

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5 Steps to a Better Kettlebell Swing By: Kerry Taylor All too often I see programs of all levels incorporating the kettlebell into their …

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Interview withCoach Bob Otrando Director of Strength & Conditioning at Umass Amherst I have achieved a lot in my life up to this point.  And …

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Split Cleans and Snatches: You need to try these out By: Wil Fleming “As to methods there may be million and then some, but …

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7 Strategies For Success As A Strength & Conditioning Professional Owning a strength & conditioning business is a different animal than owning a typical …

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Learning the Olympic Lifts – The Power Clean By: Wil Fleming “I didn’t say it was easy, I said it was simple” That proverb …

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