Strength & Conditioning

AT care in the NCAA

A new survey of college and university athletic trainers showed that just 51.7% of programs follow the NCAA-legislated independent medical model of care. .. more »

Certified Strength: The value of a CSCS

A NSCA-Certified Strength & Conditioning Specialist (CSCS) plays a pivotal role in reducing injuries, enhancing performance and building confidence… more »

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 »

In-season strength and conditioning for Syracuse football

At Syracuse, strength and conditioning plays a major role in how the football team is able to maintain its up-temp philosophy. .. more »

Offseason training for South Carolina women’s soccer

How Assistant Director of Sports Performance Alex Buchman gets the South Carolina women’s soccer team ready for the season… more »

Put smiles into your in-season training program

In-season training is necessary if your team wants to finish the season strong. The focus of the season obviously has to be on actual game competitions and sports practice… more »

Warming up before your lifts

How are athletes warming up before hitting the weight room? For years, coaches asked that they perform static stretches. But what’s the best approach?.. more »

Introducing power training to young athletes

It’s important to remember that the definition of strength is force X distance, while power, is defined as force X distance divided by time. The difference is the time element. In other words, how fast force can be applied. The term speed strength is often used to describe power… more »

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