Strength & Conditioning

Training the Hip: Why It’s Important

When was the last time you heard an athlete say they needed to work on strengthening their hips? Rare is the athlete who thinks about training this vital area. Instead, they often focus on training... more »


Warm Up for Athletes: Starting a Great Training Session

To build the perfect training program, strength and conditioning professionals make many tailor-made considerations for their athletes. Settling on the right exercise selection, training volume, and load volume can be painstakingly time-consuming and difficult. However,... more »


A Different Perspective on Sport-Related Training

The way former Detroit Red Wings strength and conditioning coach Peter Renzetti sees it, when it comes to sport-specific strength and conditioning training, there is none.“Strength training will always be an integral part of athlete... more »


Total Approach to Basketball Conditioning

LaVall Jordan was elevated to the head basketball coach at Butler University in June 2017, and following his first season leading the Bulldogs, he decided to act on a vision he had for future Butler... more »


Boxing to Get Better

Strength coaches and coaches are always looking for unique activities that are not related specifically to the sport they are coaching, understanding that the more disimilar the activity is to the regular conditioning regimen, the... more »


Speed Testing Mastery

The new age of using analytics to measure athleticism has resulted in many metrics that strength/conditioning coaches, athletic trainers and coaches have at their disposal for studying athlete performance. Still, there's one constant in evaluating... more »


Charting Progress

The University of Nebraska volleyball team has been one of the most dominant squads in NCAA Division I over the past decade. A secret to its success is its use of the Husker Power Performance Index.

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Nine Questions

Having a clear understanding of your training philosophy is key to designing a strength and conditioning program. Here is a list of questions to ask yourself in order to determine your plan… more »

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