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Rest, Assured: The Value of Quality Rest

Today with the emphasis on safely developing and increasing strength and conditioning in athletes at all levels, less thought is put into rest periods. How long should rest periods be between sets, training sessions, and... more »

Strength Coach Roundtable Discussion

For so many strength coaches across the country, the fall season has brought a sense of familiarity to what was a very unfamiliar summer as the athletic industry — and everyone else — reacted to... more »

Step by Step: The Rise of Motion Capture Technology Among Sports Healthcare Professionals

Motion capture technology — something usually associated with the studios and editing bays of Hollywood — is finding a comfortable home in the world of sports.  Typically, high-tech cameras capture the motion of a subject... more »

NSCA Announces 2020 Career Award Winners

The National Strength and Conditioning Association (NSCA) proudly announced the winners of the organization’s 2020 Career Awards this week, according to an issued press release from the organization. Each year, these distinguished awards honor those... more »

UNLV Dietitian Playing Key Role For Rebels During Pandemic

Now, more than ever, an athletic program's dietitian is one of the most important specialists a team can have. The Runnin' Rebels of the University of Las Vegas know that more than most. With student-athletes... more »

Preventative Measures for High School Field Hockey Players

It has been said that you are only as strong as your weakest link. In most sports, I have found that to be true. To be a complete player in any sport, you have to... more »

Husker Power Performance Index measures talent, development

Walk into the Nebraska volleyball locker room, and you’ll see a wall celebrating the team’s top-ranked players in the Husker Power Performance Index… more »

Striking a Balance: Overtraining in strength programs

How far is too far when pushing athletes in training? In this roundtable, five strength coaches discuss programming without overtraining… more »

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