S&C Week in Review: 2/24

Another week, another group of podcasts and articles to read and listen to that I have dived into. Like every other week, there was a ton of content out there both in written form and through podcasts. Enjoy! Weekend Review


Another really good week of podcasts. I think I’ve said this before, but if you are in the field of strength and conditioning or sport performance you should listen to most every podcast that Fergus Connolly jumps on, he’s that good to listen to — and the same goes for any podcast that Mike Boyle hops on to.

Pacey Performance Podcast with Fergus Connolly

HMMR Podcast with Michael Boyle

Art of Coaching Podcast with Brock Bittle

Iron Game Chalk Talk with Shelton Stevens


Some really good articles this week. Matt Reynolds knocked it out of the park with his minimum effective dose articles – its something more coaches need to think about when it comes to training. Matthew Ibrahim wrote a great article on the Turkish Get Up, which in my opinion should be a staple in any strength program.

Random Thoughts – February Edition

Minimum Effective Dose for Max Strength by Matt Reynolds

Master Your Turkish Get Up by Matthew Ibrahim

Top Six ‘Drills’ with a Purpose by Graham Eaton

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Our Off-Season Day 3 (Friday) lift with volleyball, what I would call our ‘repetitive effort’ or ‘work capacity’ day, where the volume is high but the intensity is low, using both yielding isometric and eccentric strength work. . — Since we have an older group this year that has a higher training age, we are experimenting with placing more traditional strength work one day (Monday), speed-strength/contrast/complex one day (Wednesday), and then a work capacity day (Friday) which you see here, all based off some of the work Anthony Donskov has been putting out. . —. . . ✅ RFE Split Squat (Multi-Holds during last set) ✅ Bat Wings (Multi-Holds during last set) ✅ Eccentric Only Slideboard Leg Curl ✅ :5:5 Push Up (5 seconds down, 5 second hold)

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