Monthly Archives: February 2017

The Truth About Strength and Conditioning

Strength and conditioning for high school aged athletes is not merely about how strong and fast an athlete is.  Don’t get me wrong, it plays an important part.  However, getting an athlete to improve his strength is the easiest thing … Continue reading

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The 1-2-3 Method for Upper Back Development (Video)

How controlling your upper body pull movements with a 1-2-3 tempo builds a diesel upper back and provides structure to keep your shoulders healthy.

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You Can’t Shoot A Cannon from A Row Boat

Why the Posterior is Superior and how to build an explosive athlete by focusing on the “Go before the Show”

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Multi-Sport Big 6: How to Program for your In-Season Athletes

Winter sports are starting to wrap up and a large majority of your student athletes are ramping up to begin their spring sport seasons.

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3 Ways to Improve Athleticism

Walk into any collegiate weight room and you will see one common occurrence… …The strongest players on the team rarely play!  They are strong, but not athletic! “If you can’t move, you can’t help us” – Buddy Morris

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4 Year Model for Progressing High School Athletes

I am a firm believer that a high school athlete should be provided with a top notch training program within their high school which provides them with the best chance to be successful within their chosen sport.  

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The Single Most Important Lift for High School Athletes

When writing a strength program for a high school athlete there should be two primary questions a strength and conditioning coach takes into consideration… Is this lift appropriate for the developmental age of the athlete? Is this lift laying a … Continue reading

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Strength Training: Year 1

The number one cause of injury with youth and high school athletes is completely preventable. I know that is a bold statement but I believe it whole heartily to be true.

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10 Must Ask Questions for the Recruiting Process

When it comes to the recruiting process it is important to remember you are interviewing them just as much as they are interviewing you.  There are many options when it comes to picking a school.  Make sure to ask these … Continue reading

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How to Build Speed Through Strength

When it comes to strength training, as athletes, the only thing that matters in how that strength transfers to on field performance. Nobody cares about the squat max of a guy who never plays and on most teams the strongest … Continue reading

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