Category Archives: Relationships

Warm Ups For Our Athletes & Getting Them To Buy In

Recently I was at a conference for strength & conditioning coaches.  During a hands on portion of the conference, different coaches were sharing ideas of what they like to do for warm ups for their basketball teams before practices and/or … Continue reading

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Catching Up

Well it has been quite awhile since I posted on here!  I plan on getting back to consistently posting again.  Quite a few things in my life have changed since I last posted and I am now back in Utah … Continue reading

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Enjoy The Process of Working Towards Success

With it being the beginning of a new school year, I wanted to share something I’ve been thinking about that I thought might be a good reminder for all of us. Athletics are obviously results based, with winning being the … Continue reading

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How Team Leaders Affect Strength & Conditioning Programs

I had an excellent conversation this week with a mentor of mine who is the head strength & conditioning coach in the NBA.  One of the things that we talked about was how the attitude of team leaders impacts the … Continue reading

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Gaining Respect for Strength & Conditioning Coaches as Professionals

We as strength & conditioning coaches play vital roles in the development and well-being of our athletes.  Being effective professionals for the benefit of the athletes we work with should be our number one priority.  This requires constant personal development … Continue reading

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Slow Cook Process

One of my favorite descriptions that I’ve heard of what a strength & conditioning program should be is that it should be a “slow cook process.”  In other words, an athlete is not going to make all the progress they can potentially make … Continue reading

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The Most Important Part Of Making A Program Successful

One of the best and most exciting parts of strength & conditioning coaching is the fact that there are so many different ways of doing things and constant opportunities for us as coaches to learn and develop our programming philosophies.  … Continue reading

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