Many times coaches find it difficult to explain why they made certain decisions, whether it’s going for it on fourth down or deciding whether to break out that one dynamic trick play they installed during the offseason. Jason Gallucci, the Director of Performance at Princeton University, explains the importance of having data to inform the decision making process.
Former West Point wide receiver is giving back to the game while serving his country. Life lessons learned through football are opening up ways to help give other student athletes the opportunities he’s had.
Before getting too far into planning the specifics of a plyometric program, James Radcliffe says the prudent approach is to look honestly and carefully at issues that could affect safe participation in such intense training.
Legend Fitness has introduced three BRAND NEW products which provide quality and flexibility for any strength and conditioning program. These new products include the Monolift 3908 and two new additions to the SelectEDGE product line. All three of these new additions are highly versatile, offering multiple options for athletes at all levels of experience.
CytoSport, Inc., a sports nutrition company and maker of MUSCLE MILK® premium protein products, will feature seven college athletic programs on custom, limited edition 14 ounce packaging to celebrate the college football season.
The Legend Fitness Reverse Back Extension is a versatile piece of weight room equipment designed to provide athletes with selectorized posterior chain training.
The days of constantly changing out weight plates and racking and re-racking weights are over! You can carry everything you need in two hands with PowerBlock, the world’s best dumbbell. PowerBlock’s 20 plus years of experience in the industry has culminated in the finest quick change dumbbells on the market today.
The Philadelphia Eagles’ Josh Hingst utilizes Polar technology to gauge energy expenditures among athletes, thus determining what types of nutrition they require to perform at peak levels.
If a program has no scaffold, no core ideals, then it cannot be trusted and just might do more harm than good. That said, when it is done well, strength and conditioning/preparation can be one of the most rewarding coaching experiences in all of athletics.
As high school football players begin looking toward summer vacation, there are things they can do to prepare themselves for the rigors of next season.
This exercise is a variation of the scissors jump for more advanced athletes. It is excellent for working the flexion and extension muscles in the hips, legs and torso.
All coaches face different challenges as they look to improve their strength and conditioning program from year to year. To build your strategy, focus on your specific organizational challenges, program structure and implementation system.