Monthly Archives: March 2012

Be Sport Specific Without Overtraining Specific Movements

There’s a lot of evidence out there that shows that we as strength & conditioning coaches need to try to be as sport specific as possible with the movements and exercises we choose to develop strength and athleticism in our athletes.  Some of … Continue reading

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Strength & Conditioning Coaches Are Not Magicians

Today I just wanted to talk a little bit about an oft-misunderstood concept that we often have to deal with as strength & conditioning coaches.  Obviously the coaches we work with want their athletes to be faster, be able to jump … Continue reading

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