Foot speed and coordination with jump rope

By working on foot speed and coordination with a jump rope before every strength session for five minutes, you’ll see significant athletic improvement… more »

Managing stress in the athletic trainer position

The job of the athletic trainer is full of stress, given the amount of responsibility for someone’s health, the time demands and the high expectations… more »

The Hybrid Squat: A valuable asset to improve power, speed

The hybrid squat is an exercise that combines a single-leg squat and a single-leg deadlift. Learn how it can be effective in your strength program… more »

Forgetting the feet: How foot care is overlooked

Athletes often neglect their feet, requiring more education from athletic trainers. Here’s why foot care can be so hard for your athletes… more »

Building a Foundation: Strength training for youth athletes

Here are things that sport coaches dealing with younger populations can address early in an athlete’s development to build a foundation in the weight room… more »

Lacrosse: Training players for speed and strength

Lacrosse players need tremendous strength, power and flexibility in the kinetic chain. Here are essential training tips for strength coaches… more »

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