During the Christmas break I always have a little more free time than I do during any other time of the year. Because of that, I always seem to spend a lot of time listening to and catching up podcasts like the Strength Coach Podcast or Ron McKeefery's Iron Game Chalk Talk, but even a … Continue reading Strength Coach: A Call to Serve
Just wanted to pass along an awesome interview that Ron McKeefery conducted with Pat Ivey from the University of Missouri. Some great tidbits in here for strength and conditioning coaches.
Here are a handful of articles and podcasts from the last week, enjoy! RFESS MFE by Tony Gentilcore 5 Strategies for Choosing Exercises by Brad Schoenfeld Assessments You Might Be Overlooking by Eric Cressey Are You Too Busy to Get Better by Michael Boyle Strength Coach Podcast 138 with Brett Jones Strength Coach Podcast 139 … Continue reading Things to Read to Get Over the Hump 1/15
One of the biggest reasons people don't move well is because they have very poor tissue quality. Because people sit so much, whether it be at work, in the car, or watching television, our muscles become tight and as a result we move terrible. In order to counteract this we need to perform a little … Continue reading Move Better, Feel Better – Improving Tissue Quality
Just wanted to share with everyone a great presentation by Chris Chase of the University of Southern California. I agreed with a ton of what Coach Chase was talking about in his presentation and have very similar thoughts and a very similar philosophy as Coach Chase when it comes to training athletes. Enjoy!
It's Wednesday which means another group of good reads from the last week or so. Enjoy! Interview with Mike Boyle Boyle by Mladen Jovanovic 7 Lessons Learned in 2013 by Jason Ferruggia Like ACL Prevention, ACL Rehab is Just Good Training by Charlie Weingroff Dorsiflexion and Glute Activation by Charlie Weingroff Best of 2013 by … Continue reading Things to Read to Get You Over the Hump 1/8
Out of all the strength coaches out there, Dan John has to be one of my favorites. I mean honestly, how can you not love someone that has two first names? Anything Dan writes I read. Whenever he does an interview, I listen. Thankfully, I am not the only one that feels this way and … Continue reading The Wisdom of Dan John