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6 Steps to Help You Land Your Dream Job in the Strength and Conditioning Field

Everybody wants to love what they do. If you want to land a job in the strength and conditioning field, you're not alone. The passion, the people, the...

By: Jacob Pontius

3 Steps to Help Young Athletes Get Fast, Faster

If you train athletes, then you know Ball is Life. That's to say playing the sport is frequently prioritized over preparing to play the sport. Of c...

By: Ryan Patrick

High-Intensity Training: Your Key to Quicker Strength Gains

Whether it's the offseason or the middle of your season, training is a must if you want to improve. Although you might think it's difficult to get in ...

By: Roger Lockridge

5 Weightlifting Myths You Can Definitely Ignore

Show me five people lifting weights in a gym, and I will show you six different opinions on what gives the best results or how you should lift. Weight...

By: Gary Moller

Cut the Catch: How Not Catching the Bar on Olympic Lifts Unlocks Greater Strength and Power

Athletes, regardless of sport, need power. Power is the ability to express strength quickly. It shows up in jumping, throwing, kicking, hitting, sprin...

By: John Cissik

Build the Perfect Deadlift: 7 Expert Coaches Share Their Favorite Cue

If I could only do one single exercise for the rest of my life, it would undoubtedly be some sort of Deadlift variation. The Deadlift is an applicatio...

By: Justin Ochoa

8 Exercises For Strong and Healthy Shoulders

Everyone wants to have those big, broad "boulder" shoulders. The problem is that there tends to be a good amount of aches and pain that come with t...

By: Ryan Obernesser

Prevent ACL Injuries in Women's Basketball with a Two-Step Deceleration Drill

There are several reasons why a female basketball player has a 50 percent greater likelihood of suffering a non-contact Anterior Cruciate Ligament (AC...

By: Dave Schmitz

LeBron Performed a VersaClimber Workout Immediately After His Near Triple-Double

Despite nursing a sore left ankle, LeBron James was his usual dominant self during the Cleveland Cavaliers' season-opening victory over the Boston Cel...

By: Brandon Hall

Why You Should Embrace End-of-Practice Conditioning Drills

Practice is about finished before your coach suddenly blows the whistle and yells, "Everyone on the line!" And you know what's about to ensue: 10 (or ...

By: Andy Haley

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