A Little Competition

Sometimes, adding a competitive element to workouts provides athletes with a new burst of energy. This strength coach uses a program he calls Offseason Champions… more »

Multi-Sport Training

Coaching a multi-sport athlete comes with its own set of challenges, and it’s important to be conscious of these when designing a training program… more »

Jump Strength

Jumping rope can help athletes increase foot speed and coordination while also building both anaerobic fitness and confidence. Here are some ways to incorporate jump rope sessions into your program… more »

Charting Progress

At Purdue University, strength coach Justin Lovett is using a wall-sized accountability chart to motivate football players to reach their training goals… more »

Proper Pull-Up

Do your athletes struggle to perform multiple pull-ups? Are there some players that can’t even do one? Strength Coach Meghan Callaway offers tips on correcting the most common mistakes to help your athletes excel in this movement… more »

Lessons in Leadership

Teaching your athletes to become on- and off-the-field leaders is one of the privileges of coaching. Here are some tips on how to insert leadership lessons into daily plans… more »

In Full Swing

A look at fascial stretch therapy (FST), a new technique that moves and stretches the body’s fascia and joint capsules… more »

Meeting in the Middle, Part Three

Over the last two weeks, we’ve talked about the advantages and disadvantages of the “If It Fits Your Macros” diet. In this edition, we detail how to help an athlete try out the plan… more »

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