There is no question that hamstring injuries are one of the most common injuries seen in female athletes. While a hamstring strain is not nearly as severe as a torn ACL from a rehabilitation and loss of playing time standpoint, the recovery can and will still take several weeks which could lead to an athlete … Continue reading Preventing Hamstring Injuries in Female Athletes
Wanted to share another good listen from a series of great interviews by Cincinnati Bengals strength coach Ron McKeefery's Iron Game Chalk Talk. This time Coach McKeefery sits down with Robert Dos Remedios, Head Strength & Conditioning Coach at the College of the Canyons in Santa Clarita, CA. As usual, it is a great listen … Continue reading Iron Game Chalk Talk with Robert Dos Remedios
Another week, another handful of articles, podcasts, and interviews from the previous week. Hope everyone on the East Coast is enjoying this nice little (read huge) snow storm. Enjoy! Earners are Learners from Michael Boyle What I Learned Cin 2013 by Eric Cressey What Do I Do by Charlie Weingroff 2 Q's on MSI by … Continue reading Things to Read to Get You Over the Hump 2/5
Here are 8 easy ways to improve your current training program: Warm-up Thoroughly Everyone overlooks warming up. It can be boring, tedious, and quite honestly it's the easiest thing to skip when in a pinch. This isn't a great idea though. Try to foam roll, stretch, and go through some type of dynamic warm up … Continue reading 8 Ways to Improve Your Training
Another week, another great interview on the Iron Game Chalk talk with Ron McKeefery, this time with Brijesh Patel, Director of Strength & Conditioning at Quinnipiac University. As always, some great info in this interview.