Happy Fathers day to all the dads out there!
Just like every other Sunday, we have 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!
Some really good listens this week. When it comes to speed development Derek Hansen is one of the best and when it comes to training football, Nick DiMarco is doing a phenomenal job at Elon University. Eric Cressey was a little different then his normal baseball/shoulder talks and talked a lot about long term athletic development.
Good hockey reads this week. The eyelet article by Anthony Donskov is really interesting for a lot of reasons. If you work with hockey I would highly recommend giving it a read. Along with that, Kevin Neeld had a great article on training around hip issues, which are extremely common in the sport of hockey.
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🗣 I can’t tell you how much I love seeing more people jump on the Trap Bar Jump/Pull train. The force plate data shows it produces the same (often more) force and is WAY easier to teach with much less risk. No brainer if the goal is increased power production. The data from Comfort et al shows that the catch (clean) actually lowers power production, so there is literally no reason not to do Trap Bar variations. ➖ @jimkielbaso